Vehicle collisions are becoming more frequent, thanks to people feeling safer and more secure within their vehicles meaning that they begin to take unnecessary risks, and the City of Birmingham is no different – and why would it be?
There is one saving grace, however, and that is the conditional fee agreement for accidents where the ‘victim’ is not at fault. This agreement is also known as no-win, no-fee.
Car crash victims in Birmingham, for the sake of argument, that were hurt in a collision that was not of their making, can turn to law firms that handle cases under the conditional fee agreement.
This way, they do not have to worry about legal fees or expenses – claims cases cost nothing to start, and if the case is not successful then you are not out of pocket then either – a win, win situation.
Choosing the right lawyer for car crash victims in Birmingham
There are plenty of law firms to choose from, with some of them advertising on television and radio, so you will never be without choice. The trick, though, is picking the right one for you and your circumstances.
Not all law firms were created equal, you see, and some are better than others – not that we would ever brag. But we could. Accident Advice Helpline was established in the year 2000, as a direct response to the axing of legal aid for accident injury claims, and the introduction of the conditional fee agreement in its place.
Right from the start, our aim was to provide the best service in the United Kingdom – and we have become one of the largest, most successful law firms in the country in the process.
Since 2000, we have helped tens of thousands of accident victims, including car crash victims in Birmingham, claim the compensation that they are legally entitled to.
Not just anybody can claim for this though, that is an important fact to keep in mind. In order to qualify for this kind of legal help you must meet three basic requirements:
- The accident cannot have been your fault
- You must have seen a doctor, after your accident
- The accident that you were involved in, must not have occurred more than three years prior to claiming compensation
While there are some exceptions to two of those, they do not apply to car crash victims in Birmingham – unless one of the injured was under the age of 18 at the time.
To find out more, just call us today on 0800 689 0500 (land line) or 0333 500 0993 (mobile).