Stirling car crash


As the largest city in Scotland, Stirling is a hive of activity and a hot bed for road traffic accident. The city has strong transport links, with direct roads to both Edinburgh and Glasgow, so it is no wonder than both residents and visitors suffer from road traffic accident injuries in the area.

For those who have been involved in a Stirling car crash, it may seem like a natural decision to reach for the laptop and Google ‘Stirling car crash’, but choosing a law firm based on its location is not a good idea. With so many national law firms available via the internet, there is plenty of choice for victims of accidents to choose dependent on expertise and experience.

I’ve suffered in a Stirling car crash, what can I do?

If you are a victim of a car crash in Sterling and you believe that your injuries are due to some else’s negligence then Accident Advice Helpline may be able to help you. The team have years of experience in the field of car crash claims and are highly trained to maximise the compensation you will receive should you win the case.

Road traffic accident claims

Victims of road traffic accident claims are most likely to have suffered from whiplash, but Accident Advice Helpline have also dealt with cases which include a wide range of other injuries, including bruises, broken bones, back injuries and many more.

How can I make a claim with Accident Advice Helpline?

At Accident Advice Helpline, we understand that making a compensation claim can be an extremely daunting task. What you must remember is that all drivers are supposed to be insured to cover the costs of an accident such as yours so you should not be worried to take out a claim.

Any compensation you may wish to claim for can include:

1. General damages, which will represent the pain and suffering you have sustained.
2. Special damages, which will include any lost earnings or medical expenses.
3. Future losses, which will take into account any losses that you may incur in the future.

You can speak to our advisers around the clock, seven days a week. They are friendly and efficient and will direct you to an expert in your field of injury. In most cases, we will be able to deal with your claim over the phone and there will be no need for you to attend court. What’s more, we work on a strict no win, no fee* basis so there will be no upfront fees and no fees to pay should you lose your case.

Call Accident Advice Helpline free on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone for free, no obligation advice about making a claim for compensation.

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