Personal Injury Lawyer in Leatherhead

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Personal injury lawyer in Leatherhead

If you’ve been hurt in an accident, you may feel at a loss as to where to turn next.

Between dealing with insurance, accident reports and managing your recovery whilst juggling work and family commitments, finding the time to explore your options when it comes to claiming compensation can be difficult. The law states that you have up to three years after an accident in which to make a claim, so even if you’re overwhelmed after in the initial incident, you have some time afterwards to consider your options and take legal action.

Although this time period exists, many people still fail to follow through on their right to compensation as they are under the impression it will be expensive, time-consuming and complicated. With Accident Advice Helpline, this isn’t the case. Our law firm has been the UK’s leading personal injury firm for over fourteen years, and we ensure that it’s both easy and affordable to get a claim underway.

We believe that if you’ve been injured through no fault of your own, you shouldn’t have to compromise on getting the best possible legal care for worry about affording it. That’s why all of our lawyers work on a no win, no fee* basis, so there’s nothing payable upfront to get started. Furthermore, if we don’t win your case, there is nothing payable at all.

If you’re unsure about whether or not you qualify to work with a personal injury lawyer in Leatherhead, consider the following:

  • Have you been hurt in an accident within the past three years?
  • Were you the innocent party in the accident?
  • Can you prove that someone else’s negligence has caused your injuries?

If you answered “yes” to these three questions, you could very well be within your rights to solicit the help of a personal injury lawyer in Leatherhead.

Reach out to a personal injury lawyer in Leatherhead today

Get your claim underway with one of Accident Advice Helpline’s personal injury solicitors.

Whether you were injured at work, in a public place, on the road or even overseas on holiday, if you weren’t to blame for your injuries, why should you be left to pay for them? At Accident Advice Helpline, we’ll fight hard to ensure that you’re not, and that whoever was responsible for your accident is made to pay accordingly.

To find out how much you could be entitled to, use our simple online claims calculator to get a rough quote in as little as thirty seconds. Then to commence work with an affordable No Win, No Fee* personal injury lawyer in Leatherhead, contact us on freephone 0800 180 4123 today.

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