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Being involved in a car accident can leave you suffering many injuries, and often facing a lengthy and expensive recovery process.

From broken bones to whiplash, concussion, injuries to the neck and spine and more, there are many ways you can be left suffering chronic pain and requiring medical treatment after a car accident.

Regardless of whether you were the passenger or driver, if you weren’t to blame for the accident, you have a right to be compensated. If the negligence of another motorist lead to the collision, they should be responsible for paying for things like medical costs, not you.

All too often innocent accident victims don’t realise that they have a legal right to make a claim, and so miss out on what could have been thousands of pounds in a payout. With our help, making a claim is simple and affordable, and we can ensure you get the best chances of a successful payout.

When you’re recovering from an injury, you need help from a legal team that will go the extra mile to settle claims quickly and with minimal fuss. At Accident Advice Helpline, we’ve been handling cases of personal injury exclusively for the past fourteen years, and are dedicated to helping those that have been hurt through no fault of their own seek the full amount in compensation.

We can often settle claims out of court too, which can expedite the process and ensure you’re not left waiting too long to receive your compensation cheque. A car accident can lead to a number of unexpected costs arising, but this shouldn’t stand in the way of you making a claim. We undertake cases on a No Win, No Fee* basis, so there’s nothing payable unless we win your case, making it more affordable than ever to get started.

Contact us to learn more about how we can settle claims for you

Want to know how about how we settle claims and how much your claim is worth?

Find out in as little as thirty seconds by using our simple claims calculator. This online tool enables you to input basic details about your accident and injury, and view an estimate of your compensation in just seconds.

There is also the option to fill in a longer form online, or to call our offices directly to discuss your case with a claims adviser. However you choose to get a quote, just make sure you do within the three year time period to ensure your right to claim is still valid.

If you’re suffering with painful injuries after a car accident, put things right with help from Accident Advice Helpline.

To learn more, contact us today on 0800 689 0500 to have a no-obligation consultation with a friendly claims adviser.

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