Injured through no fault of your own?
If you have been unlucky enough to be injured in an accident that was not your fault then you may be able to claim compensation for your injuries. You can also recover the costs of any expenses resulting from the accident and your injuries, as well as financial loses such as loss of earnings. If you like so many people are unaware about the facts regarding claiming compensation then read on.
Accident Advice Helpline
The Accident Advice Helpline has been advising non fault, injured accident victims for over fourteen years, we can also help you claim compensation for your personal injuries. We are a name you can trust and rely on. Esther Rantzen, consumer champion even recommends our services and is in fact our company patron.
If you decide to take up our offer of help then we will assign you a no win, no fee, personal injury solicitor. You may be wondering what is no win, no fee and how does it work? Rest assured as we will explain all! After all we are here to help you.
Types of accident claims we can help with
We can help you claim compensation for any type of accident, as long as it can be proven that it was not your fault.
Some of the most common types of accidents we see here at the Accident Advice Helpline are:
- Road traffic accidents
- Accidents at work
- Trips, slips and falls
- Sporting accidents
If in doubt whether you are eligible to make a claim, then give us a call, one of our helpful and friendly advisers will be happy to answer any questions. You can also take our super quick and easy 30 second online test to check your eligibility to make a claim and also how much money you could possibly be entitled to.
Remember that you have a three year time limit from the date of your accident (or the date you realised you were injured) to claim compensation.
No win, no fee how does it work?
All of the legal firms that work with Accident Advice Helpline operate an arrangement called the conditional fee agreement, it is more commonly known as no win, no fee how does it work you may be wondering? Well, basically it is an arrangement between you the client and your acting legal representative, where by if your claim for compensation is unsuccessful then you do not have to pay your legal fees. This also means that there are no upfront, expensive legal fees to pay. We understand that you may be financially overstretched after an accident, why should you carry the added burden for paying for something that was not your fault.
In most successful cases, your solicitor will be able to recover their legal costs from the negligent party. We can to help you as much as we can.
Date Published: 23rd January 2013