Some of Scotland’s most reputable solicitors are available in partnership with Accident Advice Helpline for people injured in a City of Edinburgh accident and seeking compensation. When you’re trying to redress the harm done to you, it pays to be represented by the best.
All kinds of accidents happen every day in the City of Edinburgh, and we work in partnership with some of the finest local solicitors to maximise our clients’ chances of success in getting an award. For well over 16 years, we’ve been specialising in personal injury law so that when you need solid experience in this area, we’ve got you covered.
You want the best legal help, but can you afford it?
You might be put off by the prospect of top personal injury solicitors, because in many cases there are hefty upfront fees to pay. That’s where we at Accident Advice Helpline are different. We never charge anything to take on a case, thanks to our no-win, no-fee policy.
We will take on your City of Edinburgh accident case based on its merits, and even if you end up losing, we won’t bill you for all our legal work and effort, so there’s still nothing to pay. However, as we work in this client-friendly way, you know we will do our utmost to try and ensure a good outcome for your personal injury case.
Are there conditions for making a City of Edinburgh accident claim?
If you want to go ahead and file a claim for compensation because of the City of Edinburgh accident you were involved in and that left you injured, you must be sure that the accident didn’t come about through any fault of your own. It must have been caused by someone else, and not by you. Also, although there are some exceptions, the accident must have happened within the last three years.
We have a helpful tool on our website that will let you know right now if you’re eligible to make a personal injury claim. It’s our 30-second test, and it will ask you a number of basic questions about your case. You can also get an idea of how much you might get in a compensation award. Try it now and see for yourself. If you would like to talk to an advisor, call us any time on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993. Lines are open 24 hours.
Date Published: 16th September 2014
Author: Jan Newell