Being injured in an accident that isn’t your fault can be a very distressing experience. Whether it’s a road accident, or an accident at work, the consequences can be severe, and you may be entitled to claim compensation because of your injury.
If this has happened to you you might be considering hiring a lawyer in Rochester to help you make a compensation claim. Although, traditionally, local law firms have been the first port of call in a town like Rochester, there’s now a new way to connect with expert lawyers from the comfort of your own home.
If not a lawyer in Rochester, then who should I speak to?
The internet offers an easy, speedy way to get in touch with national law firms, such as Accident Advice Helpline. Our expert team of lawyers is on hand to provide you with the advice and guidance you need, to make your claim. No matter where you are in the country, you can get in touch with us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on our freephone helpline. We have over 10 years of experience in compensation claims, and are fully accredited by the Law Society’s practice management standard, and APIL, the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers.
So, there’s no need to settle for a local lawyer in Rochester, who may well not have experience of your specific circumstances. All of our lawyers operate on a 100% no win, no fee basis – and can communicate with you entirely by email, phone and post. Most claimants will not need to go to court, so this really is an easy, straightforward way to make your injury claim.
How do I know if I’m eligible to make a claim?
Our 30-second test can help you find out more about your eligibility to make a claim. As a general rule, the accident must have happened within the last three years, although there are exceptions to this for people under the age of 18, and people suffering from industrial diseases. There are a range of circumstances which can be covered by compensation claims, from medical negligence to slips, trips and falls. You can get in touch with us in confidence, and there is never any obligation to proceed, if you come to us to discuss you eligibility to make a claim.