Luton is a large town, unitary authority and borough of the ceremonial county of Bedfordshire in the midlands of England. The town can be found close to the settlements of Dunstable and Houghton Regis, and is approximately 30 miles north of London. Luton is probably most famous for being the home of both Luton Town Football Club and of the major UK manufacturing plant of Vauxhall Motors.
Both of these Luton institutions have arguably seen better days but in recent years the football club is showing signs of rising back up the leagues and the automotive plant is still very much involved in commercial vehicle production. What this means is that there are a relatively large number of Luton residents involved in manufacturing, whether that be with Vauxhall or with companies that supply the larger plant. As a natural result, therefore, the possibility of injuries in the workplace is slightly higher in Luton than in other locales where the prevailing industries are comparatively less involved or safer. It is this which makes it important for you to learn more about personal injury compensation and no win no fee* in Luton.
Personal Injury Compensation In Luton
Personal injury compensation is available when somebody falls ill or is injured and it was the fault of another party, be that another individual, an organisation, a company or even their employer. This compensation is designed to offer the victim of such accident some measure of reparation for the hardships which they have had to endure through no fault of their own and many claims in this area are administered on the basis of no win no fee* in Luton.
No Win No Fee* in Luton Compensation Claims
When a claim is defined as being ‘no win, no fee*’, Luton residents, it means that the claimant has nothing at all to pay for the services and support they are given in their claim unless the compensation award falls in their favour. Therefore, if they do not receive any personal injury compensation then they don’t pay a penny. This makes compensation more accessible to all sectors of society. If it makes you think that you may wish to pursue a claim then you will want to know who to contact for help.
Who To Call For Help With A Claim
The best way to try to ensure that you will receive all of the compensation that you deserve is to entrust Accident Advice Helpline with the handling of your claim. Accident Advice Helpline have been fighting the corners of their claimants for 14 years, and their friendly and professional advisers are ready, willing and able to help 24 hours a day, seven days a week via either 0800 689 0500 for a land line or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile phone.