We have one of the highest success rates in the United Kingdom as well as a celebrity recommendation from UK Consumer Champion, Dame Esther Rantzen, who fully endorses our company.
Our lawyer in Johnstone, as all lawyers in Accident Advice Helpline do, works strictly on a no win no fee basis meaning no money is ever needed to begin a claim and that it is risk free for you. Our lawyer in Johnstone is there for you from the beginning to provide you with completely no obligation advice.
Upon initial contact you will be told, almost immediately whether or not you have a case for compensation, we’ve no sales pitch and we are not out to rip you off, Esther Rantzen calls us a ‘genuine and honest’ law firm and we genuinely have our clients’ best interests at heart. For example, if we do not think you have a case for compensation, rather than leading you through an unnecessary case which would take your valuable time, we will tell you straight away.
We run a free helpline where there is never any pressure to proceed with a claim and the decision is always yours. Our helpline numbers are 0800 689 0500 if you’re calling from a landline and 0333 500 0993 if you’re using a mobile.
Our Lawyer in Johnstone
Johnstone, Scotland, is a place that has seen much change over the years. Originally thriving upon the cotton and weaving industry today this is no longer an active employer, though responsible for many housing developmental changes and population adaptations over the years.
We are personal injury specialists and your local lawyers, we have the passion and expertise to keep our residents safe and to recover them justice, in the form of compensation. As standard we always recover the maximum compensation amount, in all cases.
There is also a reimbursement service which is in place to recover you any out of pocket expenses which were as a result of your accident, this is totally on top of your compensation award.
You can find out further information, or indeed Begin Your Claim Online at on the website. We also have the handy 30 second test which you can use to give you an idea of how much your claim could be worth.
Date Published: 5th March 2014
Author: David Brown