Tredegar No Win No Fee* Accident


One day, a man was on his way to work on his cycle when as he turned a corner, a car came along far too fast and forced the cyclist off the road. The cyclist fell off his bike into a ditch, and the car driver seeing what he had done, stopped his car and got out to see if he could help.

The cyclist had a lot of pain in his left leg and it was twisted – the car driver was of the opinion that the leg was probably broken and called for an ambulance to take the cyclist to hospital. When you call for an ambulance, the police automatically come to the accident scene as well.

They spoke to the car driver and said they supposed it was the cyclist’s own fault. The car driver was very honest and said no it wasn’t, if he had not come around the corner so quickly the cyclist would not have been forced off the road.

The police were glad the car driver told the truth, and he also spoke to the cyclist before the ambulance took him away and told him he should make a Tredegar ‘no win, no fee*’ accident claim with the help of Accident Advice Helpline.

Why the car driver was so honest and told the victim to make a Tredegar ‘no win, no fee*’ accident claim

No all car drivers would have been this honest, but as the guy told his wife, he has had fully comprehensive insurance for many years and has never made a claim against it. He knows that as part of his premium he pays for third party cover.

This means that if anyone makes a Tredegar ‘no win, no fee*’ accident claim against him, the insurance will settle it. He felt guilty for caused the cyclist to be injured, and wanted to make sure the victim claimed the compensation he was legally entitled to.

Making a Tredegar ‘no win, no fee*’ accident claim

Not all people are as honest as this car driver was, and many of them will admit blame at the time of the accident, but then argue the point when you make your no win no fee* accident claim.

It is always wise to have as much evidence as you can gather to support your claim, and to make the chance of your claim being more successful.

The other thing that will help give your claim its best chance of success is to use the services of Accident Advice Helpline. We have over 14 years’ experience of making successful claims, and have helped countless thousands of innocent victim get the compensation they were entitled to.

To find out how we can help with your ‘no win, no fee*’ accident claim you can call our freephone helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone or complete one of our online options. Whichever way you choose to contact us, we are confident you will not regret using the services of Accident Advice Helpline.

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