Solicitors in Kyle


Been injured as a pedestrian and need help to make a personal injury compensation claim? Follow our claims guide.

Many of us may be mistaken for believing that pedestrian related accidents are a rare occurrence.  However, this is unfortunately not the case.  In fact, many people are involved in pedestrian related accidents through no fault of their own, when they are crossing the road or walking on the pavement or down a flight of steps.

If you have been the victim of a pedestrian related accident and sustained injuries as a result within the last 3 years and you are looking for solicitors in Kyle, then you may be legally entitled to pursue a personal injury compensation claim.

How do you know if you qualify for a compensation claim?

Many people who suffer accidents through no fault of their own are unsure if they are entitled to pursue a personal injury compensation claim with solicitors in Kyle.  However, the leading experts at Accident Advice Helpline are available to clarify your circumstances over the phone, whenever you decide to call.  We provide a telephone helpline service which can offer no-obligation advice about making a compensation claim.  Our team of highly experienced advisors are able to answer any queries or questions that you may have about making a compensation claim over the phone.

What types of pedestrian related accidents may be claimed for?

Pedestrian related accidents may be claimed for as long as:

  1. they were caused by the fault of someone else
  2. they occurred within the last 3 years’
  3. you sustained injuries as a result of the accident and sought medical attention

Pedestrian related accidents may include:

  • slips, trips and falls off of the pavement or down a flight of stairs or steps
  • being knocked down by other road users on pedestrian crossings
  • being hit by other road users whilst crossing the road
  • being struck by other road users whilst on the pavement

How will your compensation claim be processed by solicitors in Kyle?

It is left up to you to decide if you wish to pursue a personal  injury compensation claim using the services of personal injury solicitors in Kyle.  If you would like to proceed with our service at Accident Advice Helplne, then we will handle all aspects of your claim on your behalf on a no-win, no-fee* basis.

Give us a call today on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993 and see how much your compensation claim could be worth. f you are looking for solicitors in Kyle, talk to us about the stress-free, successful compensation claim service we can offer you today.

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