The cost of personal injury lawyers in Brent is one of the factors that you will have to weigh up when you are choosing whether to start a personal injury claim or not. Here we give you some more information on that and on some of the other factors that you may want to consider.
Was the accident your own fault?
This is something that you will have to think very carefully about before you start a personal injury claim. You will have to be certain that another person or organisation caused the accident in which you were hurt and that you can prove that.
You may want to think about what evidence you already have. If you were injured in a car accident you may already know that there is a police report about the incident. If you were injured in a slip, trip or fall in the street you may have witness contact details or even photographs of the scene. These will all be very useful as evidence in your claim.
Were you injured?
This may seem to be a very stupid question! Yes, of course you were injured because you are thinking of starting a personal injury claim! But, can you prove that you were injured? You need to have received medical attention for your injuries if you are thinking of starting a personal injury claim. That attention could be from a doctor at a hospital or it could be from your own General Practitioner. The important thing is that they will have a written record of your injures and that is important.
How long ago was your accident?
As an adult, you must start a personal injury claim within three years of the accident or incident in which you were hurt. Any longer than this and it will be too late to claim. The rules are slightly different for injured children so call us if you want to know more.
No worries about the cost of personal injury lawyers in Brent
You do not have to worry about the cost of personal injury lawyers in Brent when you claim with us because we will enter your claim on our no win no fee scheme. You can start your claim with no legal fees at all so you can relax.
Contacting Accident Advice Helpline
Take the first step yourself by picking up the phone and calling us here at Accident Advice Helpline. You can reach us on 0800 689 0500 from your landline or on 0333 500 0993 from your mobile. Take steps to get in touch today!
Date Published: 27th September 2015
Author: David Brown