If you’ve had an accident in or around Westminster, compensation could help you to cover the costs of your injuries. Accident Advice Helpline are a law firm specialising in personal injury compensation, and we could help you to claim money back for accidents that happened in the last three years.
Had an accident in Westminster? Compensation is available!
With over ten years of experience in personal injury compensation, Accident Advice Helpline are well placed to help you recover damages following an accident. We work on a 100% no win no fee* basis, so we won’t charge you anything unless you win your claim.
Can I claim for my car accident?
You might be able to claim for your car accident – we can help you claim for many different kinds of accidents, including road traffic accidents, medical negligence, accidents at work, and slips, trips, and falls. The main criteria of claiming with us are that the accident you were in must have been at least partially somebody else’s fault, and it must have happened in the last three years.
How much might I be able to claim?
We can’t guarantee you a certain amount, but we can give you some guidelines that will offer an idea of how much you can expect. By using our compensation calculator on the right of this page, which takes just 30 seconds, you can find out just how much money you may be able to claim with our help.
I don’t have much free time to make a claim
Don’t worry about it – we know you’ll be busy after a big accident, so we do most of the work for you. Most claims are processed over the phone, and very few claimants ever need to even attend a court hearing. Making a claim should not take up much of your time at all.
I want to claim. What next?
If you’ve decided to claim in Westminster, compensation could be on its way to you soon. Just get in touch with our advisers on our completely confidential 24/7 freephone helpline and we’ll help you get started on your claim. It’s easy, and if after phoning us you decide that claiming’s not for you, that’s fine – our helpline comes with no obligation to proceed.
Date Published: 10th July 2014
Author: Jan Newell