If you have been unlucky enough to suffer an accident that was not your fault and live in the Renfrew area you will need an injury solicitor in Renfrew to work on your behalf should you wish to claim for compensation. Finding a local solicitor to handle your claim should not be difficult but if you do have problems you can use a national company such as Accident Advice Helpline. They are a national company who deal with thousands of enquiries day after day and as their lines are open twenty four hours a day seven days a week, there will always be someone available to take you call.
Injury solicitor in Renfrew
If you have been no luck finding an injury solicitor in Renfrew with whom to make your claim you will find that Accident Advice Helpline will be able to deal with your claim immediately. Most of the claims we take on board can be handled totally via telephone so your location is never a problem.
Our helpline number of 0800 689 500 offers no obligation advice free of charge and can help you understand what you need to do in order to make a claim. We are a law firm who have been helping people pursue injury claims for over ten years so whilst we may not be just around the corner we are very experienced and will deal with your claim as easily as if we were just next door. If you need an injury solicitor in Renfrew you should talk to us.
What do we need to know?
We will of course need to know all about your accident, as would an injury solicitor in Reigate: when it happened, what happened, who was there and how you were injured as a result. We need to know that the accident happened within the last three years, (dates outside that area are outside the scope of personal injury claims unless related to accidents at work), what the injury was that you suffered and who was to blame. To make any successful claim there has to be a third party to claim against.
Witnesses: Do I need them?
You do not have to have witnesses, but in truth only a very clever injury solicitor in Renfrew would make a successful claim with no hard evidence. You can provide an accident report a police report or even CCTV footage if there are no physical witnesses. There will also be a need to see evidence of your injury; again photos are useful and medical records are a must. If you do not have what is considered sufficient then a further medical assessment may be deemed necessary.
Not everyone is successful when making a claim. But by employing a company such as Accident Advice Helpline you can be sure that you are giving yourself the best possible chance of a positive outcome. All of our solicitors offer a no win no fee policy and will explain all costs and fees that may arise clearly to you. We have the support of