No Win No Fee* in Amble


If you’re considering taking legal action against someone because you’ve suffered an injury or illness then preparation is the key to success.

Try to gather together as much evidence as you can concerning the accident you were involved in so that you can present a strong case. If you’re not feeling up to much in the aftermath of your accident then take some time to do this or ask friends and family to help.

You have three years from the date of your accident in which to make a compensation claim. You probably won’t need this much time but it’s good to know it’s there. If you’re suffering from an industrial disease, you have three years from the date of your diagnosis.

Choosing a law firm to help you

Unless you have competent legal skills in the field of personal injury compensation law, leave the experts to handle your claim. It’s very easy to fall foul of the law which is complex and precise.

Accident Advice Helpline are a well respected national law firm with years of success behind them. We employ the finest personal injury lawyers the UK has to offer. We can offer you a no-win, no-fee* in Amble service for your claim.

No-win, no-fee* in Amble from the experts

No-win, no-fee* means just that. If we can’t win your claim then you don’t pay our fee for trying. It also means that you don’t have to put any money up front to get your claim started.

Our lawyer’s will work very hard to get you the best results for your pain and suffering. The level of compensation you will receive will depend on your injuries and how they’re affecting your life.

Minor injuries may heal quickly but a serious accident or industrial disease may mean you’ll never quite be your old self. We will ensure that you are recompensed in full, whatever the circumstances.

Medical attention

Going back to where we began. Evidence will strengthen your case and medical evidence is key to success. You should therefore ensure that you’ve attended all your clinical appointments or seen your GP so that it’s all down on paper.

Making your claim

Call Accident Advice Helpline and talk things through with out trained advisors. Take our online 30-second test to check what you could be entitled to. Ask as many questions as you like. We will tell you if you have a strong case and get your claim started right away if that’s what you want.

There’s no obligation. Our initial advice is quite free. We hope you will claim our no-win, no-fee* in Amble promise and get the justice you deserve.

Call us now on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.



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