Road accident compensation in Berkhamsted


Berkhamsted is used unashamedly by much traffic, either through its many inner roads, eight bus routes, railway station or the huge London-Liverpool A41 motorway. If you are seeking road accident compensation in Berkhamsted it can be very hard to know where to turn for help, which is why Accident Advice Helpline were set up in the year 2000 to offer totally free advice to members of the public all over the UK.

Accident Advice Helpline offer a nationwide injury compensation claim service. We specialise in accident and injury claims, so if you’ve been injured and want to purse a claim road accident compensation in Berkhamsted, or anywhere else here in the UK, we are the right solicitors for you. All of our work is strictly confidential and we always work on a no win no fee* basis, meaning no money is needed upfront to begin a case for compensation.

Free legal aid withdrawn for road accident compensation in Berkhamsted in 1998

Legal aid for road accident compensation in Berkhamsted and for other accidents and injuries all over the UK was withdrawn in 1988, and at this time the Citizen’s Advice Bureau started to reduce their efforts to help injury and accident victims find solicitors willing to take on a claim. From this time until the year 2000, it was extremely hard for an ordinary member of the public to win a case against an employer, council or whoever it was who caused their accident, with nobody to turn to and no advice freely available. We worked hard to form a law firm who could take over the legal aid and the Citizens Advice Bureau and do their jobs for free for you.

During the past 15-years and more, we have helped thousands of people to successfully receive compensation and justice that they deserve, obtaining more than £30 million each year for our clients. Our website,, is bursting with testimonials from previous clients who our injury lawyer in Berkhamsted has helped. Plus, we also have a worthy celebrity endorsement from TV personality Dame Esther Rantzen, who fully recommends our law firm.

Making contact with Accident Advice Helpline

You can contact us for free advice from our customer support team via our national helpline. Call 0800 689 0500 from any landline, or 0333 500 0993 from any mobile. Our friendly advisors are waiting to take you call. You will initially be told whether you are eligible to make a claim for compensation and then talked through the whole process, being given the opportunity to discuss and question any aspect of the procedure. With us, you are always in safe hands, guaranteed, so wait any longer; call us today.

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