If you’ve been involved in an accident at work, you’ve suffered a slip, trip or fall or you’ve been injured in a car crash, you may be thinking about making a personal injury claim, but how much does it cost to claim compensation and is it worth getting a law firm to handle your case for you?
How much does it cost to make a personal injury claim?
The cost of making a personal injury claim varies according to the nature of the case, the solicitor’s fees and the outcome. Different firms have varying fees and you will generally pay more for an experienced solicitor. Some firms operate on a no win, no fee** basis, which means that you won’t pay the solicitor’s fees if the case is unsuccessful; you may however be liable to pay court fees. If your case is successful, the defendant may have to cover most of your basic legal costs; however, it is a good idea to check out all the possible financial eventualities before you begin the claims process.
Is it worth getting advice from a law firm?
If you’ve been through a stressful period due to work-related illness, a car crash injury or worries about future employment or giving up work, the last thing you want is to try and battle through a legal case without the advice of trained lawyers.
Legal processes can be convoluted, confusing and time-consuming if you’re not familiar with procedures, protocol and jargon; getting the help of a law firm, such as Accident Advice Helpline, will enable you to make a compensation claim without having to cope with any of the hassle that comes with it. When you seek the assistance of Accident Advice Helpline, our expert lawyers do all the leg work for you, so you can focus on recovering and getting back to full fitness.
Our firm operates a no-win no-fee** policy, most consultations can be completed over the phone and the vast majority of clients are not required to attend court proceedings.
How do I make a personal injury claim?
If you’ve been injured at work and you were not to blame and you have details of your injuries and evidence to support your work accident claim, call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500, or visit our website to complete a very simple 30-second eligibility test.
Date Published: April 27, 2015
Author: Accident Advice