Why should you use the solicitors at Accident Advice Helpline, rather solicitors in Forest Gate? We have the advantage of being one of the most highly rated injury claim law firms here in the UK, and one of the most popular too.
Our no win no fee services, as recommended by one of our top sponsors, people’s consumer champion Esther Rantzen, are fast becoming legend — so much so that we are now handling over 25,000 new enquiries each and every month.
Our wide-ranging experience
The scope of injuries that we handle is virtually limitless, including things such as:
- Slips, trips and falls (on level ground);
- Falls from height;
- Respiratory illness injuries (work-related);
- Musculoskeletal injuries;
- Repetitive strain injuries;
- Psychological injuries (post-traumatic stress disorder);
- Whiplash injuries;
- Industrial deafness;
- Eyesight injuries;
- Asbestos-related claims; and
- Medical negligence claims.
The list is virtually limitless, thanks to the 200 specialist injury claim lawyers that we employ, each with their own fields of expertise.
The slip, trip and/or fall accident injury
The most common accidents of all that cause injury are slip, trip or fall accidents, whether they take place in the home, in the workplace or when you’re simply out and about. Many such accidents often result in minor injuries like cuts, bruises and sprains.
But when injuries involve hitting your head, or fracturing a bone, particularly with people who suffer from osteoporosis (brittle bone disease), with an injury of a more serious nature and one for which the blame is laid upon a third party, the injury victim may be entitled both morally and legally to raise a claim for compensation.
The qualifying conditions solicitors at Accident Advice Helpline will seek
Whether it’s our solicitors at Accident Advice Helpline who you choose to handle your claim, or a firm of solicitors in Forest Gate, there are certain conditions that must be met to fully qualify any claim for compensation. These conditions are:
- The cause of the accident or incident leading to the injury be the responsibility of someone other than the injured party;
- The nature of the injury or its consequences must rate worthy in terms of raising the claim;
- The injury or incident has to have taken place within the three years immediately preceding the date that the claim is raised; and
- It is likely that medical proof of the injury will be required.
Pre-validating and estimating the value any potential claim
You can take a basic pre-validation test of your potential claim by using the interactive compensation calculator that can be found on our website’s homepage. Just supply the information the calculator asks you for, and within 30 seconds, if it deems your claim to be valid, it will issue you with an estimate.
To access help if you need it, use our free helpline by calling 0800 689 0500 from any landline, or 0333 500 0993 from any mobile.