A personal injury lawyer in Canterbury
Canterbury is a historic English cathedral city and a UNESCO World heritage site. Canterbury is a popular tourist destination and is consistently one of the most-visited cities in the United Kingdom.
Canterbury is quite a small city compared to the other cities in England, but with there being so many people here, there is quite a high chance of someone getting hurt. Types of accidents that could happen include slips, trips, falls, road accidents, food poisoning and medical negligence. If something like this has happened to you, Accident Advice Helpline would like to try and help you find your personal injury lawyer in Canterbury.
Find out now if you qualify for claiming compensation
Make sure to look at these next three points and as long as they coincide with what happened to you, call Accident Advice Helpline today.
- The accident that happened in Canterbury wasn’t your fault.
- The accident that happened in Canterbury happened within the last three years.
- The injuries received meant you had to seek medical attention.
Have a look at why people choose us over local lawyers all the time
Since 2000 we have been in the injury claims business helping people like you get the compensation and closure they deserve. During those years we have gained substantial experience that we can use to find out quickly if you are able to claim and give you an estimate of how much you could receive if you win your claim.
If you are a little worried about the charges you may have to pay if you lose you claim, well with us you don’t have to worry about that at all. Our No Win No Fee policy will cover you completely, regardless of the outcome of your case.
Contacting a personal injury lawyer in Canterbury is easy…
If you are finding it hard to get a chance to sit down and talk to us, don’t worry, as you can complete our amazing 30 second test online to see how much you could claim today.
If you have questions that haven’t been answered here today or you simply feel more comfortable speaking to someone on the phone, you can call our freephone numbers. On a landline you can call 0800 689 0500 or on a mobile you can call 0333 500 0993.
If there is anything our advisers don’t know when you ask, we will call you straight back with the answer, free of charge.
Date Published: 20th February 2014
Author: David Brown