Chester, United Kingdom (PressExposure) March 03, 2009 -- Legal Advice Helpline Limited, has announced the successful launch of their brand new website.
The new Legal Advice Helpline [http://www.legaladvicehelpline.com/] site which, went live on 12th February 2009, has been created to help provide individuals and their families with support and help across a range of services where consumers are adversely affected.
The newly launched site is designed to provide individuals with reliable cost-free solutions to their legal needs and to deliver fast access to some of the most respected legal and debt experts in the UK.
The site has been created to help take the stress out of difficult situations and make it easy to connect individuals with the most appropriate advice specialists in a wide range of legal and financial service areas, including personal injury claims [http://www.legaladvicehelpline.com/personal-injury/default.aspx] compensation claims, debt help [http://www.legaladvicehelpline.com/debt-help/default.aspx] and advice, and help with issues relating to payment protection insurance (PPI) policies.
Legal Advice Helpline is a modern, progressive business, which is regulated by the Ministry of Justice, and provides clients with the opportunity to discuss their case in confidence with a well trained and experienced adviser who will where necessary, refer the client to a legal or accountancy specialist for professional help to obtain the most appropriate legal solution to their problems. Moreover, clients can be absolutely certain that they are dealing with an ethically based company where security of information is respected and protected.
Keith Rowley, Director at the Legal Advice Helpline, stated "The ethos that underpins the business that is Legal Advice Helpline is based very simply on providing the best possible client service and always striving to provide the right advice at the right time. This way we hope that we will have a positive effect in helping people to restore their situation so that they are able to live their lives free from the stress and worry caused by debt and injury."