Claims firms are pretty easy to find, these days – but victims of road traffic accidents in Lincolnshire need to proceed with caution when they’re looking for one.
About Accident Advice Helpline
We are one of the largest law firms in the UK, and have achieved our status after just fourteen years in the business. We’ve done everything with the client at the centre of the process, too – we abide by a strict code of conduct underpinned by integrity, dependability, reliability and accountability.
About our patron
The way we do things gained the attention of a pioneer in the field of consumer rights: Esther Rantzen! She was so delighted with what we do that she became our patron.
Her endorsement means a lot to us, because she is renowned for her tireless work on consumer affairs. She used to present That’s Life, which ran for over 20 years on the BBC, and founded ChildLine, a free confidential advice service for children who need to talk about serious problems.
Although she is familiar to millions of people, some people may not be aware of just how influential Esther is when it comes to consumer rights. Her backing demonstrates that we’re definitely on the right track when it comes to client care.Open Claim Calculator
Choose us to claim for road traffic accidents in Lincolnshire
You can call us whenever you like to claim for road traffic accidents in Lincolnshire, because we are available 24/7!
- Dial 0800 689 0500 from a landline
- Dial 0333 500 0993 from a mobile
- Text “claim365” to 88010
Our advisors are always happy to answer your calls, and guide you through the process of making a claim – and if you qualify for a payout, they will pass your details to one of our team of no win no fee* solicitors, who will begin the task of processing your claim.
What it means to you
Your involvement will be kept to a minimum. At Accident Advice Helpline, we know how stressful it can be after road traffic accidents in Lincolnshire, so we want to do as much as we can for you.
It’s helpful if you can keep records of your medical treatment, as well as any receipts for expenses incurred as a result of your accident – for example, services such as home helps and childminders. You will be required to attend an additional medical assessment for the claim to proceed, too.
Everything else will be taken care of by your solicitor – it’s highly unlikely that you will need to attend court.
Just make sure you put in your claim as soon as possible. There is a three-year cut off from the date of the accident, and you don’t want to find that you’re making your claim too late. We would advise you to get started now.