Road Traffic Accidents in Leicester


Victims of road traffic accidents in Leicester can find themselves in a rather sticky situation: injured, without a vehicle, and forced to take time off work to recover.

This could lead to money problems

The result of this is often some degree of financial trouble, which they could not have foreseen as they were driving along – only to be rear-ended or, in some other way, affected by another driver doing something reckless or negligent.

Firstly, there is the loss of wages that can result from being off work. This is something that has a detrimental effect on you and your family, as you struggle to meet your usual household outgoings.

Secondly, there are the expenses over and above your usual outgoings: services such as home helps and childminders; prescription charges; buses and taxis. You might not normally need these, but being the victim of road traffic accidents in Leicester has thrust you into an abnormal situation.

All this, because someone else caused an accident. Unfair, isn’t it?

Life isn’t fair – but Accident Advice Helpline can help you

The good news is, you don’t have to suffer in silence after road traffic accidents in Leicester. If you are in this situation because someone else caused the accident, you could be eligible to claim compensation.

There’s no guarantee that you’ll win your case if you make a claim, of course, but it’s definitely worth trying. If you win, you’ll get a payout.

Claim for road traffic accidents in Leicester

Even better, you can call Accident Advice Helpline whenever you wish, because our hotline is open 24/7 and is fully staffed by a team of professional, friendly advisers. They will listen to you and take your details in confidence; they will also display empathy and sensitivity throughout their dealings with you.

Everyone who works for us, in fact, must abide by a strict code of conduct underpinned by four key principles: integrity, dependability, reliability and accountability. That goes for our team of no win, no fee*’ solicitors, too – the people who deal with the actual cases!

You can trust us

We have been dealing with claims for 14 years, which means that we have built up a wealth of knowledge. But that’s not all. We pride ourselves on the way we treat our clients. This is of paramount importance to us – and because we hold this in such high regard, we became noticed by a consumer rights champion who became our patron: Esther Rantzen!

Deal with people who care – call 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or, if you have a mobile, call 0333 500 0993 or text “claim365” to 88010.

We look forward to receiving your call or text!

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