Can you call a ‘no win, no fee’ Storrington lawyer directly?
While you can call a lawyer yourself to represent you and your claim, it would be best to hand the job over to Accident Advice Helpline. They have been managing claims for over 10 years and have lots of experience in road traffic accidents.
This means that they will connect you with the best possible ‘no win, no fee’ Storrington lawyer that is available, ensuring your success. All you have to do is call them on their phone number.
Common injuries from road traffic accidents
In a car accident, anything could happen. You could emerge unscathed and without a scratch, or suffer from injuries so severe that you are never able to work again. No matter what happens, remember that any injury should be taken seriously and a ‘no win, no fee’ Storrington solicitor should be involved.
- Broken bones – a broken bone may not be a very serious injury, but it is a painful one. Depending on which bone is broken, the time it can take to heal can range from a few weeks to months. The damage can even get worse when the person is being removed from the car wreck by the authorities that are trying to help, as the bones can then pierce through skin.
- Head trauma – these types of injuries are inevitable when it comes to car accidents, since the head is exposed to being knocked or shaken. This can cause broken skull bones, facial injuries or even damage to the brain, the least desirable outcome possible. In all of these though, a ‘no win, no fee’ Storrington lawyers should be called in to seek compensation for the suffering that the victim will have to endure, no doubt, for a long time.
- Spinal and neck injuries – the jarring of the spine and neck during a car accident may have serious ramifications, and cause simple whiplash or total paralysis. In either case treatment is required. These injuries are painful, traumatic and take a long time to heal, if they heal at all.
Make a personal injury compensation claim
You could try making it yourself, but we would not recommend it. To the layperson, it is a complicated drawn out process that will be stressful and time consuming.
To Accident Advice Helpline, it is an every day occurrence. It was why we were established in June 2000, specifically to provide access to justice for blameless victims of accidents and crimes.
Over the last 13 years, we have helped many thousands of claimants to get the compensation to which they were entitled. On average, we have helped our claimants receive over £30 million pounds a year, and we still handle in excess of 25,000 calls from new claimants every month.
On our website there is a 30-second test to give you a rough idea whether you are entitled to compensation, and if so how much. Or call Accident Advice Helpline’s help desk if you would rather speak to an adviser to discuss your claim.