Personal injury solicitors in Amesbury

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In the civil parish of Wiltshire lies Amesbury, with a population of 8,900 people according to the most recent census. This makes the medium sized town very well populated.

Amesbury has a booming tourist economy and is a historian’s playground with many notable buildings and historical architecture. Amesbury is on the world history map for the prehistoric monument of Stonehenge which draws in many crowds throughout the year.

More recently there’s been some fascinating discoveries in the town. The most recent is the richest Bronze Age burial site yet to be found in Britain discovered in 2002.

Accident Advice Helpline’s personal injury solicitors in Amesbury

Our personal injury solicitors in Amesbury work to help people who have been injured either as a resident of the town or through travel to the town.

The A345 road is heavily frequented by residents on the daily commute to and from work and also for the many tourists who come to visit the town. The A345 road is sadly a hot spot for accidents. Fortunately Accident Advice Helpline’s personal injury solicitors in Amesbury specialise in road traffic accident claims for compensation. We are one of the UK’s leading personal injury law firms and can help you get the justice you deserve for your non-fault accident.

Getting the help you need

Road traffic accidents can leave their victims with life long issues, whether mental or physical. It can be extremely hard to try to get over an incident so traumatic. You may require psychological therapies to deal with the emotional side to your accident which can be anything from anxiety issues to panic attacks. For physical injuries you may need treatments such as physiotherapy or surgery.

Urgent medical assistance is always available from the NHS but you may have to wait for less urgent treatment. This is why we urge you to seek private medical treatment in some instances. If it’s clear your claim will be successful, the cost of such treatment can be covered pending settlement of your award.

How do I contact personal injury solicitors in Amesbury?

Accident Advice Helpline operate a 24 hour helpline, which is free to phone from a landline. If we can’t take your call then just leave your details and we’ll call you back.

We can help in the initial stages to provide no-obligation advice and guidance for your circumstances. If we believe you have a strong claim we will take your case on a no-win, no-fee* basis.

Call us today on 0800 689 0500 or for mobile calls, 0333 500 0993 and see how we can help you!

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