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10 February 2009 / company-announcements
National Accident Helpline were delighted this week to be named in the Sunday Times Deloitte Buyout Track 100. The firm’s inclusion reflected a successful 2007 which saw a significant increase in business volumes and profit on 2006.
A trend which has continued through 2008 and into 2009. The end of year figures, coupled with the inclusion in the Sunday Times Deloitte Buyout Track 100, cement National Accident Helpline’s position as the UK’s leading provider of personal injury claims advice.
Alan Kennedy, chief executive officer of National Accident Helpline, said: “The success of National Accident Helpline reflects our continued investment in our people, technology and software. This has enabled an increased throughput of business for our commercial partners and improved access to justice for consumers needing advice about making an accident claim.
“We are committed to continuing this investment throughout 2009. At National Accident Helpline we are confident that in the next 12 months we can build further on the successes recognised by The Sunday Times.”
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