The town of Hayes in West London lies some 13 miles west of Charing Cross. In 1965, it became part of the Borough of Hillingdon and by 2011 the population here was 95,763. The town is probably best known for author George Orwell, who once lived here. If you have been injured in an accident in the area, finding a solicitor who provides a no win, no fee in Hayes service might not be the easiest mission. Luckily you can choose a nationwide personal injury firm such as Accident Advice Helpline – our professional personal injury lawyers provide a 100% no win, no fee service, so anybody is able to make a claim with us.
Injuries in Hayes
It’s easy to be put off making a compensation claim, but if you have been injured in an accident that was caused by somebody else you could make a claim for compensation. You might have been injured in a road traffic accident, involved in an accident at work or even injured whilst taking part in hobbies. For example, you might have slipped on a wet floor at your local leisure centre, been injured on public transport or suffered injuries after stock fell on you whilst working in a shop.
The severity of your injuries will determine how much compensation you could get, but this doesn’t mean that you can’t make a no win, no fee in Hayes claim if you’ve sustained minor injuries such as a sprained ankle or cuts and bruises. You can still make a claim, provided it has been three years or less since your accident.
Finding out more about making a claim
Whether you’ve been injured in a road traffic accident or suffered injuries in an accident at work, there’s no time like the present to find out more about making a no win, no fee in Hayes claim. You can call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 to find out if you’re eligible – and you’ll benefit from advice from our team of expert advisors, in confidence and with no obligation to proceed.
If you decide to go ahead then there are no upfront fees to pay. It’s up to you whether or not to make a claim for compensation after your accident, but bear in mind that you could be compensated for your loss of earnings as well as your pain and suffering, which could make life easier for you and your family whilst you’re recovering after your accident.
Date Published: 28th January 2014
Author: David Brown