Are you living in or around the Oldham area and searching for a no win no fee solicitor?
If so then you may have entered the words no win no fee in Oldham into various search engines in your quest for a good accident solicitor. However you do not need to search for no win no fee injury in Oldham any longer. Now you have found Accident Advice Helpline and we can put you in touch with the no win no fee in Oldham team.
No win no fee injury in Oldham
The no win no fee injury in Oldham team deals with lots of different accident injuries. For example we have a great deal of experience in whip lash injury claims. The most common reason people need to make a whiplash claim is due to being involved in a road traffic accident. Even people who have been involved in an accident at relatively low speeds can find they are suffering pain in their neck, back or shoulders due to trauma to the tendons, ligaments or other supporting structures at the point of impact.
This is known to many people as whiplash injury. The reason road traffic accidents so frequently result in whiplash is down to the lifesaving properties of the seat-belt. Before seat-belts came along a crash would throw drivers and passengers out of their seats and into the steering wheel or dashboard and unfortunately often straight through the windscreen of the vehicle.
This resulted in a high number of fatalities. Thanks to seat-belts, people are now restrained from this type of trauma, but instead the force of the crash is focused on the only moving part of the body which is the head. The action of the head moving back and forth so quickly often causes damage to the structures in the neck, back and shoulders, which can be very painful and long lasting. Accident Advice Helpline is here to help these innocent victims to claim compensation for the pain and suffering they have endured, as well as ensuring they are not left out of pocket as a result of the accident.
The only criteria we need to satisfy in order to help you is that you have been injured and it wasn’t your fault. This might mean you were driving a car, and another car hit yours. It could also mean that you were the passenger in a car when the driver caused it to crash. Maybe you were even on a bus or in a taxi at the time of the accident.
Accident Advice Helpline deals with a wide range of people from all sorts of situations each and every day, so you can be sure we are the best placed people to help you through this issue.
So for expert legal advice about a possible claim call Accident Advice Helpline today on: 0800 689 0500 from a landline or: 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.