The Law Society
Over 3 million people are injured
in accidents each year – in car
at work or accidents
in a public place. In many cases, the accident was caused
by someone else.
Have you been injured in a non-fault accident? If so,
you may be entitled to compensation. If you decide to make
a claim you should make sure you are represented by a personal
injury solicitor who has
the skills, knowledge and experience to deal with your claim
in the best way possible.
About the Law Society
The Law Society of England and Wales is the professional body for solicitors. They work to improve access to the law and set the standards for the entire industry. Our personal injury solicitors are registered with the Law Society.
About Accident Compensation People
Our solicitors have many years experience
in dealing with accident
compensation claims. This experience coupled with an
up-to-date understanding of personal injury law enables
us to win many of our cases.
We also have access to the UK’s best medical and rehabilitation centres, which can make a dramatic difference to the length of your recovery.
Want to speak to one of our solicitors?
Call us now on 0800 781 7789 and one of our solicitors will advise you on the following:
- Whether you have a case
- The process of claiming compensation
- How much you are likely to receive
- Our no win, no fee policy
- Any questions you may have
Alternatively, complete the claim assessment form opposite and a personal injury solicitor will call you back.
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