Solicitor in Charing Cross


If you are seeking a solicitor in Charing Cross then Accident Advice Helpline can help you.  As here at Accident Advice Helpline we are a nationwide law firm with teams of in-house solicitors based all over the UK.  This means that wherever you may be we have a solicitor in this area.  For example if you are in Charing Cross we can provide you with a solicitor in Charing Cross!

This solicitor in Charing Cross can help you if you are looking to make an accident compensation claim and seek cash compensation for an accident that was not your own fault.

Solicitor in Charing Cross

An in-house solicitor in Charing Cross at Accident Advice Helpline is used to dealing with all different types of accident injury claims that have been caused by all different types of accidents in all different circumstances.  A particular type of accident that the solicitor in the Charing Cross team at Accident Advice Helpline deals with on a regular basis are road traffic accidents involving two car drivers, also referred to as car crash accidents.  You could find yourself a victim of a car crash accident through no fault of your own.  For example:

  1. If driver A is driving behind driver B and does not leave a safe distance between the two cars when driver B has to quickly break due to hazards on the road driver A crashes into the back causing an accident.  This accident has happened through no fault of driver B and he/she is now an accident victim and is eligible to claim cash compensation for their injuries. Driver A did not leave a safe distance so is therefore at fault and has caused the accident.
  2. Driver A is travelling down a side road and is about to join a main road.  The signs clearly state that driver A must give way.  Meanwhile driver B is travelling along the main road.  Driver A pulls out without giving way and hits driver B.  This accident has happened through no fault of driver B and this person is now an accident victim and is eligible to claim cash compensation for their injuries. Driver A should have checked it was clear before pulling out and is at fault and has caused this car crash accident.

If you have been the victim of a car crash accident in one of the above ways or in a similar way then you can seek cash compensation for your injuries, damages and expenses.  If the accident was not your fault but the fault of another driver then you are entitled to make a claim and should seek the help and legal assistance from an in-house solicitor in Charing Cross at Accident Advice Helpline.  For more information please call our free phone helpline number on 0800 689 0500.

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