Walsall is an industrial town located in the West Midlands, lying just to the north of Birmingham. Like many industrial centres of its size Walsall can be a very busy place, especially on its road network. For this reason, it sees its share of road traffic accidents which often leave people with personal injuries and visits to casualty departments in hospitals. Perhaps you live or work in Walsall and have been affected by a road traffic accident recently?
Perhaps you even needed to spend some time in hospital to be treated? If so, then you might be looking for a Walsall law firm to find out if you are eligible for personal injury compensation for your accident. You should contact Accident Advice Helpline today, because we can give you the best and most appropriate advice on how to make a claim for compensation. If you qualify to claim, we can also fight your claim on your behalf.
How do you know if you can qualify for compensation?
It doesn’t matter what type of road traffic accident in which you have been involved, nor the extent of your injuries — a good Walsall law firm will tell you that in essence, the accident must have been the fault of someone else, it should have taken place within the last three years (longer if the person injured was a child or a minor), and you need to have ensured that your injuries have been seen by your doctor and confirmed.
A Walsall law firm — the best legal representation for you
At Accident Advice Helpline, you will discover that we employ only the best solicitors to fight compensation claims on behalf of our clients. All of them have extensive experience in handling personal injury claims from road traffic accidents, and they all work to a no win no fee policy. This means that you do not have to find any funding upfront to get your claim started, as we only ever ask to be paid if and when we settle your claim successfully.
Contact us today about your claim
So, if you are looking for a law firm to fight your compensation claim for your accident, then get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline today to get the process moving. Simply give us a call for free from a landline on 0800 689 0500, or if you want to use your mobile call 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: 18th July 2014
Author: David Brown