A lot of people suffer brain injuries because of someone else. When someone suffers a brain injury they will often look for a brain injury specialist lawyer. When you’re looking for a brain injury specialist lawyer, there are a few things that you will want to know about your lawyer.
Length of practice for your brain injury specialist lawyer
The first thing that you should know about your solicitor for your claim is how long they have been in practice. Also, you should know where they went to law school. This is going to give you an idea of what kind of education they received. They should be willing to provide you with this information and they should not hesitate when giving this information to you. If they seem uncomfortable with you asking this question, it’s a good idea to look elsewhere for a solicitor.
How many claims has your brain injury lawyer won?
The second thing that you should know about your solicitor for your claim is how many claims they have won over the years. You should also get some information about the clients that they have worked with. They should also be willing to give you some references so that you can get in contact with their former clients and find out what they thought of their services. Again, this is something that they should be willing to share with you.
Speciality of your brain injury lawyer
The third thing that you should know about your solicitor for your claim is what their speciality is. A lot of solicitors have a type of law that they specialize in, and it’s a good idea for you to find one that specializes in the type of claim that you are making. They are going to know more about that type of claim than another solicitor will, so choosing one that specializes in your specific type of claim is a good idea.
What your brain injury lawyer will charge
The fourth thing you should know about your solicitor for your claim is how much money they are going to charge you. Most solicitors won’t charge you unless they win the claim for you, but it’s a good idea to know this up front. This means working on a no win no fee* basis.Open Claim Calculator
If you would like some help with finding a solicitor for your claim, give us a call at Accident Advice Helpline. We’ve helped many people with finding the right solicitor and have expert advisers available to take your call 24/7. Contact us today on 0800 689 0500.