Pedestrian accidents in Wakefield


Many people who suffer significant personal injuries in pedestrian accidents in Wakefield turn to us here at Accident Advice Helpline for help with launching no-win, no-fee* claims for financial compensation. The blame for the accident must be levelled at someone other than the accident  victim, and the incident must have taken place within the past three years. Given these basic fundamentals, the odds of raising a successful claim, with our expert help, are excellent.

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Like any other busy city here in the UK, Wakefield has its fair share of road traffic accidents, the vast majority of which are caused by some sort of driver error. If you’ve been injured in one of the many pedestrian accidents in Wakefield, you’re legally and morally entitled to be compensated. You can find out more by visiting the main pages on our website.

Our no-win, no-fee* services are highly recommended by Esther Rantzen

The first thing you’ll notice when you land on our website is the fact as injury claim solicitors, we come highly recommended by the famous ex-TV presenter and well-known people’s consumer champion Esther Rantzen, who says, “Take my advice, you can trust Accident Advice Helpline to look after you.”

The advantages of taking the 30 second test

The other thing you will notice when you land on our website is our HOW MUCH compensation calculator. This is a device we designed to enable you to establish whether or not your claim is likely to be considered valid, and if so, how much compensation you are likely to be awarded. All it requires is that you answer 4 simple questions. These questions are to do with the injury you sustained. All you do is to select the appropriate answers from a set of drop-down boxes provided. The whole exercise only takes about 30 seconds on average.

Customer support after pedestrian accidents in Wakefield

If you prefer talking to a real person rather than using the Internet, you can chat to one of our team of experienced advisers. We provide a toll-free helpline for this very purpose. To access this helpline using any landline, simply call 0800 689 0500. Alternatively, if using a mobile, call 0333 500 0993. If calling outside of normal office hours, simply leave a message and a member of the team will get back to you.

We always recommend that injury victims should register their claim for compensation at the earliest opportunity. These things are always best done sooner rather than later, while the information is still fresh in your mind, so don’t delay, get in touch with us today

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