Spinal cord injury


If you have sustained a spinal cord injury and need to claim compensation, Accident Advice Helpline offers the highest levels of professionalism and customer care. We endeavour to reduce the stress of claiming as much as possible, and achieve this by providing simplified systems throughout the course of a claim.

Are you eligible to make a claim?

If your accident happened within the last three years and wasn’t your fault, you may be eligible to claim. Your injuries must also have been treated by a medical professional around the time of the accident.

Sometimes the three-year timescale can be extended – for example, when a child has been involved, but generally it is a good idea to start gathering the information you need about claiming as soon as possible.

Claim for a spinal cord injury with our established law firm

Our reliable and long-established law firm deals with claims for accidents at work, on the roads, and slips, trips and falls. We have vast experience of processing claims for life-changing injuries, and have a team of personal injury specialists working for us in-house.

This provides the reassurance that your claim is in professional hands, and is not being outsourced to any other providers. By offering no win no fee* for all claims, we are also able to reduce the stress of claiming for our customers.

No win, no fee* minimises your financial risks, and lets you start a claim quickly if you need to. This is because you don’t need to pay any upfront monies prior to starting your claim.

Accident Advice Helpline’s professional advice team

The first point of contact when you phone will be our friendly team of advisors. They will confirm that you have a legitimate case, and then be able to answer all of your questions. Because one of our helpline numbers is free to call from a landline, you don’t need to worry about the cost of your call.

Our knowledgeable advisors can also provide you with an estimate of compensation for your spinal cord injury claim, and this is based on other cases we have successfully processed in the past.

It often provides reassurance to our customers that the amount they could receive makes the process worthwhile, and is a key piece of information in order to make the right decision. If you choose to continue a claim with Accident Advice Helpline, our advisors will put you in touch with your specialist personal injury solicitor straight away.

Call today on 0800 689 0500 (free from a landline), or 0333 500 0993 (from a mobile phone). Let our reputable law firm help you seek compensation through the courts on a no win, no fee* basis.

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