If you or a loved one has encountered an accident that was not your fault within the last three years then you may wonder if you could be entitled to compensation to help you get back to normal life.
Rather than searching for a lawyer in New Mills on the internet you might find it easier to speak to an advisor at Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993. We may not be able to offer you a lawyer in New Mills, however, instead we can provide you with a specialist lawyer from our in house team.
Our professional advisors are available to take your calls 24/7 and there is no obligation for you to proceed with us if you don’t wish to do so. Accident Advice Helpline has been operating since 2000 and built a wealth of experience in personal injury compensation.
Why is Accident Advice Helpline a better option than a local lawyer in New Mills
- After an accident we appreciate that travelling may be an issue. That’s not a problem as most claims can be processed over the telephone.
- Our experience helps us to settle the majority of cases without having to go to court, which is a great relief to many of our clients.
- Our lawyers work on a 100% no win, no fee basis so you won’t be left with legal fees if we don’t win your case.
What kind of accidents can I claim for?
There are many circumstances that could warrant a personal injury claim, such as:
- Accidents in your place of work
- Medical negligence
- Accidents on the road
- Slips, trips and falls
If your claim is not listed here, that doesn’t mean it’s not valid. If someone else was to blame, there’s every chance you’re entitled to compensation. Call the experts on our advice line to discuss matters further.
What shall I do first?
To get an idea of how much your claim could be worth take our 30-Second Test. This will provide an approximate estimate of the amount you could be entitled to if you go ahead and pursue your personal injury claim. Once you’ve done this why not call our expert helpline to explore possible next steps for your case?