Manchester accident


Unfortunately, many people that have been in a Manchester accident never make a claim because they’re unaware of their eligibility. If you’ve been in an accident in the last three years and it wasn’t your fault, if you’re in Manchester, try Accident Advice Helpline. We won’t talk you into doing anything you don’t want to do so you can be sure that all you’ll be contacting us for is information and a friendly chat. We want you to know what you’ll be missing out on if you decide not to claim but we don’t want you to feel any pressure either. Take a look at what you could get out of claiming with us and how to make a claim if you decide to.

How we can help you

When you see adverts on the TV or hear them on the radio and they’re talking about claiming for an injury you’ve had in an accident that wasn’t your fault, the majority of the time they’re telling you about financial compensation. Financial compensation is a great thing and can be used in many different ways; physical therapy or a well-earned holiday for instance.

However, they often forget to mention the other things that make a claim so worth your time. These include your ability to deal with any psychological issues that have occurred since your Manchester accident and playing your part in making sure no-one else gets hurt in the same way again. If you knew you could stop these kinds of accidents from happening to one more person would you?

Claiming after a non-fault Manchester accident has never been easier

We’ve designed a claiming process that has never been easier or more convenient for our clients. If you’re thinking about making a claim with us after a non-fault Manchester accident, why not try out our 30-second test? The test is on our website and after you’ve answered the questions it asks, it can tell you if you’re eligible to make a claim and give you a rough idea of the amount of compensation you could receive. If you’re happy to find out more, just give us a call on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.

You’ll be put through to one of our dedicated and professional team members who can answer every question you have about making your claim. You’ll even receive the best advice without any obligation for you to proceed. We want you to feel comfortable working with us and that’s why we’ve implemented a no-win, no-fee* policy for all of our clients. You’ll barely have to lift a finger and if we can, we’ll process your entire claim over the phone. What have you got to lose? Contact us today and we’ll start fighting for what you deserve!

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