When you are hunting around the internet for a personal injury lawyer or solicitor because you have been injured in an accident that was not your own fault then you have to take great care over which search terms you use. You have to be sure that they will definitely give you the results that you want and will point you in the direction of exactly the right personal injury lawyer for your case. Here are a couple of examples to demonstrate how this can go well or how it can go very wrong.
Searching for border solicitors
If you live on the border between England and Scotland or between England and Wales and you have been injured in an accident that was not your own fault then you may be thinking about typing ‘border solicitor’ into a search engine. This will either give you a selection of solicitors firms at various locations on geographical borders. Is this really what you want?
Borders solicitors may be a selection of legal firms which are in broadly the right location for you but will they specialise in personal injury claims? You may have problems choosing between them and will be unsure about which one can provide the best service for you.
Searching for Accident Advice Helpline
If you type Accident Advice Helpline into a search engine then hopefully you will quickly find the website of this excellent firm. You will be able to read about the service that they can provide for you if you have been injured in an accident that was not your own fault. Accident Advice Helpline deal with personal injury claims from all over the country and do not get involved in other legal matters.
As a result, they have built up an enviable base of expertise over the last thirteen years. They have even devised a unique 30 second test which is available on their website and which you can use to determine if your claim has a chance of being successful or not. You can read about their endorsement from TV consumer champion Esther Rantzen and about their helpline which is available to you every hour of the day and every day of the year.
Once you have read the information you can give them a call and discuss your case with the friendly, professional advisers – they will take it from there.
Date Published: 16th May 2014
Author: Sharon Parry
Category: Personal injury solicitors