Suffering from a wrenched knee?
Accidents happen all the time and can happen when you least expect them, but sometimes they’re a little more serious than a stubbed toe or a grazed elbow. If you’re in pain from an accident, such as a wrenched knee, that was someone else’s fault and it happened at work or was as a result of a slip, trip or fall for instance, Accident Advice Helpline may be able to help you.
A wrenched knee can be a painful condition and if your accident happened within the last three years, get in touch with us today to see if you’re entitled to compensation – most claims can be processed on the phone. So why sit at home wondering if we can help you – just give us a quick call to find out. What’s more there are plenty of reasons to choose Accident Advice Helpline to help with your compensation claim.
Why choose us to help with your wrenched knee personal injury claim?
• Our advice line is answered around the clock – that’s 24/7
• We’re friendly and professional and you can talk to us in confidence
• All our lawyers work on a no-win, no-fee basis
• We’ve been established for over 16 years
• Our patron is consumer champion, Dame Esther Rantzen
So, where to begin?
It’s easy to get started with your personal injury claim. To see if you could qualify for a claim, just check out our Accident Advice Helpline website. The first step most people take is by using our compensation calculator. It’s a simple 30-second test that will tell whether you qualify for compensation as a result of your accident. Simply follow the steps on the right-hand-side of the home page and you’ll have an answer in under a minute.
If you’d rather speak to someone in person, just call us on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile phone.There will be someone there to answer your call at whatever time of day or night you call. So what are you waiting for? If you think you may be entitled to compensation due to an injury like a wrenched knee, get in touch with our friendly professional team today. We work on a no-win, no-fee basis, so there’s nothing to lose.
Date Published: 24th August 2013
Author: Jan Newell