Claiming compensation after an accident can help ease any financial pressure associated with being injured.
Accident compensation specialists at your service
We use our 20 years of experience in accident claims to make sure those who’ve been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence get the compensation they deserve.
To read what some of the people we’ve helped have to say about our service, visit our success stories page.
Why claim accident compensation?
Most importantly, accident compensation can help compensate you for your injuries and take care of any financial loss suffered - for example lost wages or medical expenses. However, claiming accident compensation can also prevent other people from suffering in the same way you have.
For example, if you’ve been injured at work, claiming accident compensation can draw your employer’s attention to the cause of your accident. In the same way, if you’ve been injured in public, perhaps after tripping on a loose pavement slab, making a claim could make sure the local council takes action to make the area safe.
Why shouldn’t I claim accident compensation?
We know from experience that sometimes people who would benefit from accident compensation choose not to make a claim as they’re worried about what other people will think. This reluctance to claim compensation, even when doing so could speed up their recovery, may be partly down to the fact that accident claims are sometimes given a bad reputation by a minority of companies who act unethically.
At National Accident Helpline, we strongly believe no-one should feel embarrassed about claiming the compensation they’re entitled to by law, and we have a strong set of ethics that
underpin everything we do.
If you’ve been injured because of someone else’s actions, we don’t think it’s right that you should suffer in silence - you shouldn’t lose money because of some else’s negligence.
You should also remember that with most claims, including those made against an employer, it’s the defendant’s insurance company that pays any compensation.
Why claim with National Accident Helpline?
At National Accident Helpline, every claimant is treated as an individual, and we do everything we can to set ourselves apart from our competitors;
- We only help real accident victims – we never encourage anyone to claim accident compensation if they haven’t genuinely been injured in an accident that they didn’t cause.
- We never cold call or cold text anyone – if you’ve received cold calls or cold texts from anyone claiming to be associated with National Accident Helpline, please let us know. Read more about our stance against cold calling .
- All claims are confidential. We never pass the claimants’ personal details on to other organisations unless we’re told we can.
To find out if we can help, call one of our legally trained advisors and get the answers you need in minutes. You won't be passed on to one of our personal injury lawyers unless you wish to proceed - calling us comes with no obligation to continue.
Accidents at Work
Your employer has a duty of care to provide a safe working environment, minimising risks wherever possible.