Are you looking for a hassle-free approach to making a compensation claim for a Lewes accident at work? If so, you’re at the right place. We’re the Accident Advice Helpline, providing a no-fuss and no-risk legal service to get what people are entitled to following an accident at work that was not their fault.
Tens of thousands of people around the country contact us each month for help with their compensation claims, and in the course of a year we help our clients to claim a collective total of £30 million – you too could be in for a substantial compensation payout if you’re eligible to claim. As our patron, TV consumer champion Esther Rantzen, says, if you’ve been injured in an accident that was not your fault, the law says you should be entitled to compensation.
Accident Advice Helpline: Putting you first
At Accident Advice Helpline, our focus is always on you, to make sure your claim has the best chance of succeeding and that you get the most compensation possible. We’re only deal in personal injury law, so you can be sure that our solicitors are among the most experienced in this area and are best placed to assist you.
We won’t insist you spend time and money travelling to see us about your Lewes accident at work claim, because we can handle it by telephone as well as email and post. Your case may not end up in court, but if it does, it’s likely you won’t even have to attend as we will handle all the details ourselves, thereby saving you the stress of having to appear.
Crucially, we don’t charge to start a claim, because of our 100% ‘no win, no fee’ policy that removes the financial barrier to claiming compensation and eliminates the financial risk to you entirely.
Can I claim for a Lewes accident at work?
You can find out right now if you can claim for a Lewes accident at work by taking the 30-Second Test right here on this website. Just answer a few basic questions and you’ll also get a guide to compensation amounts.
Our friendly advisers are available on our freephone advice line if you’d like to talk to us, in complete confidence and under no obligation.
Date Published: 5th October 2014
Author: Jan Newell