If you need to make a compensation claim, call a lawyer in Sunbury-on-Thames
Whether you live in Sunbury-on-Thames or anywhere else within the UK, you could still have an accident. It does not matter where you live — an accident can occur at any place and at any time.
It is because of the suffering that you endure that UK law says the person who caused the accident should compensate you, and this is when you need to speak with an injury lawyer in Sunbury-on-Thames about making a personal injury compensation claim.
Talking to an injury lawyer in Sunbury-on-Thames about a personal injury compensation claim
When you first talk to an injury lawyer in Sunbury-on-Thames, they will need to make sure that you fit the criteria for making a claim, as follows:
- You were injured in an accident;
- The injuries were severe enough to need medical attention;
- The accident happened within the last three years; and
- The accident was not your fault.
If all of these apply to you, then you may be able to make a personal injury compensation claim. You should contact Accident Advice Helpline for help with doing so.
Why use Accident Advice Helpline?
We were established in June 2000 especially to provide access to justice for the non-fault victim of accidents. That is what we have done ever since, helping many thousands of victims get the compensation to which they were entitled.
We adhere to four key principles: integrity, reliability, dependability and accountability. These ensure that our claimants get the highest quality service, and have given us an unrivalled reputation for complete customer satisfaction.
In 1998, legal aid for personal injury claims was abolished. This meant that if you didn’t have money to start with, you couldn’t claim for your suffering. In 1999, it was decided to allow the use of conditional fee arrangements to help. This is better known as no win no fee, and means that anyone could make a claim. It is this basis upon which we operate.
Our solicitors are specialists in personal injury claims. They are experts in the field, used to dealing with the large organisations that are usually at the other end of a claim. They are experienced and knowledgeable, and will examine every effect of your accident and injuries to maximise the amount of compensation you receive.
On our user-friendly website, there is a 30-second test which will let you know if your claim is valid. It will then give you an indication of the amount that you may be awarded. There is also an online claim form that you can fill out to get started.
If you are not happy with computers, though, and would rather speak to someone, you can call our freephone helpline on 0800 180 4123. Our friendly and professional advisors have all the information you will need to answer any of the questions you have.
Date Published: 10th March 2014
Author: David Brown