If you look at a map of Northamptonshire, a county in central England, you would find Daventry over to the west of the county. It’s a market town, home to around 25,000 people, although it sits within the district of the same name, with a population reaching 77,800 people. Thus, if you want to know about no-win, no-fee in Daventry, you have a couple of ways to learn more.
Firstly, you may think of contacting a solicitor in your local area to see if they can advise you. This is a good idea but you never know whether it will be easy to find someone. Even if there are several solicitors local to you, you don’t know whether any of them would handle these claims. Secondly, you could simply ring Accident Advice Helpline. This is the better and easier option, but first, let’s look at why you could make such a claim.
What is no-win, no-fee in Daventry?
This type of claim is often used to try and get compensation following an accident. This could be an accident at work or an accident that occurs to a pedestrian or a driver or other road user. Basically, if someone is injured and that person knows they did not cause their accident, there is a chance someone else may have been at fault.
That individual doesn’t need to have been present at the time either. If a car accident happens, then yes, the other driver might be the cause of the crash. However, if you slipped on a wet floor that had been mopped and no warning signs were available, it could potentially be the fault of the business responsible for maintaining that area.
So, what’s the best way to find out more?
You can ring 0800 689 0500 to get in contact with Accident Advice Helpline. Mobile callers can use 0333 500 0993 instead. Whichever number you decide to use, you are just a few moments away from chatting with someone about your accident. You can ask questions about no-win, no-fee in Daventry, or indeed anywhere else you had an accident within the last three years.
When you realise how easy it is to use our service, you can get on with recovering from your injuries while our personal injury lawyers get on with fighting for some potential compensation.
Date Published: 28th November 2016
Author: Rob Steen