Your accident compensation
If you’ve been injured in an accident that wasn’t your fault, we’ll do our best to make sure you get the compensation you deserve.
If you’d like to find out more about how accident compensation claims work, take a look at some reviews from some of the people we’ve helped over the years.
Hannah from Northampton was awarded £10,000
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The whole process was really quick and I was put in touch with a solicitor who kept me up to date with how the case was going. They were very accommodating.
In total I received just over £10,000 compensation which I was very happy with.
Alyson Hammond suffered a fall at work and won £4,000
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If I had any questions or wanted an update about what was happening I’d get it. I never had any problems. I’d absolutely recommend the service.
We have years of experience with accident compensation claims
We have over 20 years’ experience of helping people to launch accident compensation claims following an injury sustained through no fault of their own.
We’ve seen lots of changes to the industry and built our experience handling different types of compensation claims. We want to share our expertise with you to help you gain access to justice following your accident.
We’re committed to making sure the process is as straightforward as possible. When you call us for a free, no obligation chat, we’ll answer any questions you have in a clear, jargon-free way.
Try our industry-leading compensation calculator. It’s designed to give you an idea of the amount of accident compensation you could receive when you claim with us.
Why claim compensation for an accident?
If you’ve been injured in an accident that wasn’t your fault, you have a right to compensation. This accident compensation can cover any financial losses you’ve had, or any additional costs as a result of your injury.
What’s more, launching an accident compensation claim could lead to you receiving an apology and, in some cases, result in changes that prevent the same thing from happening to someone else.
You may be worried about the financial impact claiming compensation could have on the defendant. Whether you are making a claim against your employer, an organisation or another motorist following a road accident, the other party is legally required to have an insurance policy that will cover any compensation paid to you.
We believe that if you’ve suffered an accident that wasn’t your fault, you shouldn’t have to feel concerned about speaking out about it.
Why make an accident claim with National Accident Helpline?
We understand that every claimant, and every case, is different. We use our
We have a strong set of values that underpins everything we do.
- We only help genuine victims – we work hard to understand every claim and only work with genuine accident victims
- We never cold call – we take the issue of cold calling very seriously and only contact people who have asked us to. Unfortunately, there are other rogue companies that misuse our name to trick consumers. If you are a victim of cold calling, please contact us and let us know – we’ll report them for you. Find out more about our stance on nuisance calls
- All accident compensation claims made with us are strictly confidential – we will never pass on your details to another organisation without permission. We also encourage others to make this promise. Read about our involvement in the Ethical Marketing Charter
Are you ready to claim compensation for your accident?
You can find out in minutes if we think you have a compensation claim by giving us a call on 0800 376 0150.
Alternatively, complete our secure online form and we’ll give you a call to discuss your accident and your claim.
If you have some more questions about the claims process or your experience and would like some advice, we’re happy to help – just give us a call.
Our legally trained advisors will be on hand to discuss the claims process and answer any questions you might have. You’re under no obligation to make a claim after calling us. The call is confidential, and our advice is free of charge.