Angus no-win, no-fee*

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When you make a claim for compensation there is a good chance that you might not even have to go to court. The natural question to ask therefore is whether you should be spending any money on a lawyer at all. Well, since we’re a law firm you’d expect us to have strong opinions on the matter, but we genuinely believe your best interests are always served by consulting an expert. Not only can we help you find Angus no-win, no-fee* lawyers, but we can make sure that you don’t lose out on anything you’re entitled to.

Angus no-win, no-fee* claims

When you’re in an accident there is always a chance that the other side may come back with a settlement offer, particularly if you are dealing with an insurance firm. The idea behind this is to discourage you from making a claim which could end up costing them even more money. If you continued on you’d probably stand a very good chance of winning more.

The only way to find this out is by consulting a law firm. We can give you a quick glimpse about your likely compensation sum online through our free compensation calculator which is also called the 30-second test. Answer a few questions and we’ll give you a list of the average claim amounts for your type of accident. This is only a guide and it’s impossible to say for certain how much you will receive. Every claim is different and to really give you an accurate and realistic figure we will need to speak with you directly.

Give us a call

The good thing about contacting us is that it’s entirely free of obligation. We can look at your situation and give you our honest opinion firstly about whether or not we think you have a good case and secondly on how much we think you might expect to receive if you take this case any further. Again this is only our opinion but it is based on years of expertise and experience.

We sometimes schedule a follow up medical assessment so we can get a better idea of how badly you have been hurt and how this should be accounted for in any compensation claim.

Payment made easy with no-win, no-fee*

When you’ve been in an accident in Angus no-win, no-fee* claims offer a risk free way to pay, but they are not always that easy to find. At the Accident Advice Helpline we can do everything we can ensure that you have what you need at your disposal for a successful claim. We have always worked on the basis of no-win, no-fee* which means there is no risk to you or your finances when you choose to work with us.

So if you’re looking for Angus no-win, no-fee* claims, give us a call on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.

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