Kincardine is a little town in Fife Scotland. Like a lot of towns and villages in Scotland, Kincardine is full of history and the town can be dated back hundreds and hundreds of years When the Kincardine Bridge was built in 1936, this little town got quite busy with commuters trying to get to work and then back home, during the last 20 years Kincardine got very congested with cars and drivers, making it very easy for an accident to happen at no fault of the person injured. Now if this has happened to you and you are afraid of the charges you may receive if you don’t win your claim. Well when Accident Advice Helpline says no win no fee in Kincardine, we really mean no win no fee in Kincardine, or any other part of the country.
Accident Advice Helpline has been helping people win their compensation claims for over 10 years now. We have helped so many people over the years we have gained a lot of experience. We can tell you quite easily if you will be able to claim and also give you a estimate of how much you will be able to get. If you are a bit worried of the charges you may receive if you lose your claim, with Accident Advice Helpline you don’t have to worry about that our no win no fee in Kincardine policy you will be completely covered.
Making sure you can claim in Kincardine
Have a look at the next three points, if you can say yes to all three of them then contact Accident Advice Helpline.
- The accident that happened in Kincardine was no fault of your own
- The accident that happened in Kincardine happened within the last three years
- The injuries you got meant you had to seek medical attention
In Kincardine there might be a local lawyer that may be able to help but with Accident Advice Helpline, we deal with so many types of accidents everyday we will easily be able to help you no bother at all. Here are some examples of the types of accidents we deal with everyday;
- A road traffic accident
- A slip, a trip or a fall
- Food poisoning
- An injury at work
- An industrial disease
- An accident while on holiday
- An injury from faulty goods
Contacting Accident Advice Helpline
If you don’t have time to speak on the phone to one of our friendly advisers, you can do our quick 30 second test to see how much you could claim.
If you have a question that hasn’t been answered or you would prefer to deal with one of our friendly advisors on the phone rather than the computer, you call us by using our freephone number 0800 689 0500 or from the mobile 0333 500 0993. If there is anything our advisors don’t know, we can call you straight back with the correct answer so that you aren’t sitting there listening to the hold music.
Date Published: 17th February 2014
Author: David Brown