Accidents can strike at any time and anywhere, even in the peaceful area of Skibo. Finding a lawyer in Skibo may not be possible, given the sparse population. It could make better sense to look for a national specialist to represent you. Accident Advice Helpline was founded in 2000 and is a law firm that is completely focused on personal injury compensation law. It is our mission to help people just like you to win the compensation that they are entitled to. To help us achieve this goal, we have accumulated considerable expertise and experience. We have refined our processes to make it as simple and as stress-free as possible for our clients to make a claim.
How is AAH different from a lawyer in Skibo?
A lawyer in Skibo will have to offer the full range of legal services, covering a diverse range of needs. At AAH we are able to offer a specialist service. Our simple process begins with the 30-second test on our website, which will give you an indication of whether your case could qualify for compensation. If you have experienced an accident in the last three years that was someone else’s fault, then you could have a strong case for compensation. The next step is to ring our free 24/7 helpline. Our trained advisors will be able to discuss your case in more detail and in total confidence.
What happens if I decide to go ahead?
There is no obligation for you to proceed with a claim, but should you decide to move forward, our lawyers will work with you on a 100% no win no fee basis. This will put your mind at rest about legal costs and let you focus on getting better. It may be difficult for you to visit a lawyer’s office, so our procedures have been tailored to allow most cases to be handled by telephone. We also find that most of our clients do not need to attend court. We know that the compensation our clients receive can help them get on with their lives and many tell us that the sense of justice helps to put the accident behind them.
To discuss your accident in more detail with an adviser just call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500.
Date Published: 6th April 2014
Author: David Brown