Accident Solicitor Stockbridge
Stockbridge is a small town in west Hampshire. Although just 65 miles from London, the town lies in the heart of Test Valley and is surrounded by beautiful countryside. Visitors to Stockbridge come to enjoy the charming high street with its abundance of shops, tea rooms and eateries. With such a wealth of local produce on offer, it’s no wonder the town was awarded ‘best foodie street’ in 2010.
If you live in Stockbridge, you are surely aware of the beautiful surroundings that the town has to offer. Unfortunately, even in the prettiest of surroundings, accidents can sometimes happen. If you have found this page from an internet search, it’s likely that you live in Stockbridge and either you or a loved one have been involved in an accident.
How do I choose an accident solicitor Stockbridge?
Choosing an accident solicitor Stockbridge to suit your personal circumstances can be a difficult process. If you live in a quiet part of the country, you could have a limited selection of local law companies to choose from. Personal recommendations can be a good place to start, but if you don’t know any friends or family who have used a law firm it could be a good idea to get some advice from a national company first.
Accident Advice Helpline are on hand 24/7 to answer any queries you have. Our expert staff will be able to tell you whether your claim is valid and guide you through the legal process. After you have spoken to us there is no obligation to proceed, but you will be in a much better position to choose an accident solicitor in Stockbridge should you wish to stay local.
How do I make a claim?
- Call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or visit our website and fill in the quick 30-second test to find out if your claim is valid.
- If you have a legitimate claim, we will put you in touch with one of our specialist lawyers across the UK.
- The claim will proceed quickly and smoothly on a no win, no fee basis.
- Your solicitor will offer advice along the way and most cases are settled out of court.
- Once the case is settled, you will receive your compensation.
- If the case can’t be settled between the parties, it will go to court and your case will be presented by your barrister.
If you have any questions about making a claim, call our Freephone number today.
Date Published: 6th September 2013
Author: Jan Newell