Personal injury case

If you have been injured in a non fault accident then you may be entitled to claim personal injury compensation. If you can prove that someone else caused your accident then we can help with your personal injury case. Accidents happen all the time, it’s a fact of life; however it can be frustrating to be involved in an accident that could have been avoided. If your accident was someone else’s fault then call us at Accident Compensation People. We will make sure you have access to a specialist personal injury solicitor who will deal with your case professionally and compassionately.

No Win No Fee
You don’t have to worry about the cost of pursuing a personal injury case. All our solicitors work on a No Win No Fee basis which means that in the event your claim is unsuccessful, you won’t face any legal fees. That’s what no win, no fee is all about. See No Win No Fee for more information.

Personal injury solicitors
All our solicitors are fully qualified to deal with your case and have dealt with thousands of cases like yours. Some of the personal injury claims they have dealt with are listed below:

Your solicitor will be able to answer any questions you may have about claiming personal injury compensation. You will be able to get impartial legal advice and will be under no obligation.

How to pursue a personal injury case
We want to make it easy for you to make a personal injury claim. All you need to do is give us a call and we will take it from there. We will advise you whether your claim is realistic and if you choose to proceed we will assign a personal injury solicitor to your case. Call us now on 0800 781 7789 and we will give you expert legal advice. If you prefer you can fill in our online claim form and we will call you back to discuss your personal injury case.

 

 
 
 
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