Get professional help after a bike accident in Forest of Dean
If you have been involved in a bike accident in Forest of Dean that you did not cause then you may already be aware that legally you can make an accident injury claim. While you are legally entitled to make such a claim on your own, it is often advisable to enlist the help of a professional. This is because making such a claim can be complicated, after all, it is a legal process and it is always best to have someone on your side who knows exactly what it is that they are doing.
Here at Accident Advice Helpline we have the necessary skills and experience to help you make any personal injury claim that you may need to. As a law firm we have over ten years’ experience in handling claims for our clients and our solicitors are all fully trained professionals.
However, there is more to be said for using an Accident Advice Helpline solicitor than simply experience.
When it comes to making a claim for compensation there are many different things that must be considered. A copy of your medical history will need to be obtained, for which you will be charged. You will also need to find an independent medical professional who can write a report detailing your injuries that have been caused by the bike accident in Forest of Dean, the impact this have had on your life, and your prognosis for recovery. You would be charged for this as well.
However, when you use a law firm such as Accident Advice Helpline we can cover the initial costs of this for you. If your claim is not a success then you won’t have to pay us a legal fee which means that you are not put at any financial risk. This is because all of our solicitors work on a no win no fee basis.
Find out more about your claim
Our expert legal representatives will also be able to determine whether or not you have the legal right to make a claim. They can test your eligibility and will give you an idea as to how likely it is that your claim will be a success.
To find out if you can claim, and to receive free no obligation advice from our team, please call us now on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 if you are calling from a mobile.
Date Published: 9th April 2015
Author: David Brown