Why won’t an accident solicitor in Bramhall take your claim?
If you have called several law firms and discovered, their no-win, no-fee accident solicitors are not keen to take on your claim, what can you do to find a legal representative to handle your personal injury claim?
The no-win, no-fee agreement replaced the old legal aid system and although there’s no such thing as a free lunch and legal services are not entirely free, you won’t need any money to start a claim nor will you be asked to pay anything during the claims process.
The accident solicitor in Bramhall dealing with your complex and time-consuming medical negligence case on the other hand faces the risk of spending many man-hours without the certainty of getting paid. No win means no fee, and you can’t blame small accident solicitor in Bramhall law firms when they decline to handle claims where the outcome is less than certain.
Extending a helping hand
For more than a decade Accident Advice Helpline has provided people just like you with the best possible legal representation a no-win, no-fee solicitor can provide. We make all our claims on this basis,and if you call on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile, a friendly advisor will tell you, if you have a valid claim that is likely to succeed. You are under no obligation to go ahead making a claim.
If you’re fed up repeating the circumstances of your accident to legal people, why not visit Accident Advice Helpline’s website first. A handy 30-second test will tell you straight away, if you can claim and will give you an estimate of how much compensation you might get, if you win.
Winning compensation may make a huge difference to you and your family, so your accident solicitor in Bramhall may advise you to risk a day in court, if the defendant denies liability and won’t pay compensation. A judge will then decide, if you should get compensation and how much that would be. An accident solicitor in Bramhall or other specialist solicitor will advise you how they think the defendant should pay, but this will be an estimate based on similar cases that were successful in the past.
There is no guarantee you’ll get that much, when a judge decides, but if you take Accident Advice Helpline’s advice, you can make an informed decision about your future and weigh up the pros and cons of going to court or walking away with nothing.
You will have to prove who caused the accident and your injuries. You must also provide ample proof to what extent you were incapacitated by the accident. Forward details of witnesses and the names of everyone involved in the accident to your accident solicitor in Bramhall, who may arrange for an additional medical assessment of your injuries to support your claim.
Date Published: 24th June 2013