Finding a lawyer injury specialist couldn’t be easier than going online.
Usually it’s enough to key in the search terms such as claim compensation or personal injury lawyer. It matters that you pick the right country though, to get the appropriate legal jurisdiction. If searching on the “Web”, a long list will be returned but you’ll get results pooled from all over the world, mostly from the USA. If you are resident in the USA you should make sure to tailor your search for the state in which you are resident. UK residents should click on “search tools” and then click on “Web” and select “Pages from the UK”. Again a UK resident must remember that Scotland has its own laws, so if you are looking for, say, lawyer injury and accident compensation, you should be aware that the laws of England and Wales are separate to Scottish Law.
Having said that, the firm itself would check which jurisdiction a claimant came under and would refer them to a lawyer within that jurisdiction. Web search terms have some interesting psychology behind them because we all have unique ways of using language, so web administrators have to be quite flexible and imaginative when they are considering how people might search for what they need. For example, it is more logical possibly to search for injury lawyer but somebody might want to distinguish between lawyer injury and say, lawyer car accident, or lawyer injury work, if they were working down sub categories, so lawyer injury, although less logical in human language terms, is perfectly logical for the machine search if it ranks on a par with any other search term. Other logical derivatives are lawyer injury compensation or lawyer injury award, as examples.
The challenge for any specialist service provider is to make their presence known and for clients to be able to find them and access them easily. Accident Advice Helpline provides friendly and helpful advice for people seeking to start a claim for personal injury compensation. Take our 30-second online test or call our 24-hour helpline on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: May 20, 2013
Author: David Brown