When people make the common misconception that the cost of a personal injury solicitor in Mountain Ash is out of their price range, they join the list of people missing out on the compensation that they are fully entitled to claim for.
Accidents can all be traumatic experiences, leaving people with serious injuries that might last for a few weeks or they might have permanent effects on their lifestyle. Either way, claiming for compensation is a legal right if it can be proven that the incident was not your own fault.
If your lifestyle is affected in any way, in the short or long-term, then you should be compensated accordingly; it should not be about whether or not you can afford the legal help. Read on to discover more about the cost of a personal injury solicitor in Mountain Ash.
Why are people put off by the cost of a personal injury solicitor in Mountain Ash?
Just talking about legal proceedings makes people think about complicated terminology and expensive fees, which is why the cost of a personal injury solicitor in Mountain Ash puts people off. However, at Accident Advice Helpline we have a team of highly experienced and friendly personal injury lawyers who all work on a 100% no-win, no-fee basis.
This means that we don’t charge any of our potential claimants a single penny before starting their case, and do everything we can to ensure that you get as much compensation as you’re entitled to.
There is no set fee for a particular injury, but specific injuries do have minimum and maximum compensation payouts attached to them, and you can find out how much your claim could be worth if you are eligible to make a claim – something you can find out by taking our 30-second test.
What can I claim for?
As mentioned, all injuries have their own range of settlement sums, and these are set by law. You would be compensated based on a range of factors such as the severity of the injury, the physical and emotional pain and suffering the injury has caused, the prognosis given in your medical assessment and any medical costs you may have had to pay as a result.
Our personal injury solicitors would then take all of the information they have about the incident into negotiations with the opposition to seek what is rightfully yours, through either an out-of-court settlement or with the help of a judge.
To find out more information about what you are entitled to claim for or just to seek advice on how the whole claims process works, give us a call now on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0992 from a mobile phone.
Date Published: 21st August 2015
Author: David Brown