If you’re searching for a specialist injury claim lawyer in Lower Stondon your best course of action is to widen your search. Limiting your search to Lower Stondon may not come up with any solicitors at all, as the village is only small. But in most instances, the actual physical location of a lawyer is often irrelevant, especially if you’re looking for a specialist injury claim lawyer.
Take us here at Accident Advice Helpline for example. Thanks to our website presence and the free national helpline service we provide, we offer a genuine nationwide service. The vast majority of the claims we help people with are all handled at distance with no necessity for our clients to attend meetings with us or having to go to court. In fact, well over 90% of the claims we handle for clients are successfully concluded without ever getting to court.
Looking for a lawyer in Lower Stondon to help with an road traffic accident injury?
If you began your search looking for a lawyer in Lower Stondon to help you with an injury you sustained in a road traffic accident (RTA) that wasn’t your fault, it’s something that we here at Accident Advice Helpline would be only too pleased to help you with. RTA’s are one of the most prevalent causes of accidents and injuries here in the UK and most of them are caused through some sort of driver error.
When considering raising a claim for personal injury compensation we always advise potential clients to run through this brief checklist:
- Was someone other than yourself to blame for the accident?
- Was your injury serious enough to warrant, and did you therefore receive, medical attention?
- Did the accident take place within the last three years?
If the answer to each one of these questions is “yes” then you have the basics for launching a personal injury claim; but before you do you might first like to take the 30-second test that we offer here on this website.Open Claim Calculator
What our 30-second test can do for you
Our 30-second test asks you the three questions listed above plus asking you which part of your body was injured. You answer the questions by selecting the most appropriate answers from the drop-down boxes that are provided. Your answers will determine whether or not your potential claim appears to be valid, and if it is you will then be given an estimate of how much compensation you could be awarded for your injury.
We made mention at the beginning of this article of the fact that in addition to our website, we also operate a national helpline service. By using this service you can chat to a member of our customer support team to clear up any concerns you may have, or to answer any questions you’d like to ask.
If you make your call from a UK based landline, you can call free of charge. The number to ring is 0800 689 0500.
If you call from your mobile you’ll need to phone a different number 0333 500 0993.
Contact Accident Advice Helpline today
Whether you decide to use a landline or mobile the most important thing is to launch your claim at the earliest opportunity, so we recommend you use the phone of your choice and get in touch with us today.