When you’re involved in an accident of any kind that wasn’t your fault, it’s natural to have plenty of questions. The injuries could leave you needing urgent treatment, you might have to take time off work, you might need to organise childcare and you could be wondering about the cost of a solicitor in Oadby and Wigston so that you can claim for compensation.
First-time claimants aren’t alone in having these questions by any means, with people who have been hurt before also being curious about the compensation process and how they’re likely to be affected by the accident and subsequent injuries.
For some the accidents might need them requiring a lengthy spell in hospital to receive treatment for their injuries and to make sure that they have recovered to an extent where the doctors are happy for them to go home.
Living with what happened
It may also be suggested that they take a break from work to make sure that they have fully recovered from the physical and emotional pain of what happened, but this could have financial implications in a sense where they’re not earning any money and still have bills to pay.
This brings on an added concern for them in the sense that they worry about how they’re going to afford the cost of a solicitor in Oadby and Wigston because, even though they might be able to make a claim, they might not be able to afford to do so.
Paying for the cost of a solicitor in Oadby and Wigston
Fortunately Accident Advice Helpline work on a 100% no-win no-fee basis meaning that there are no upfront costs to pay for advice on claiming or starting a case for compensation. The only fees that any of our team take come from a success fee that is capped at 25% of a successful settlement.
You’re not even under an obligation to go through with a claim if you speak to us or take our online eligibility test. This takes just 30-seconds to complete and all you need to do is answer a few simple questions about what happened, how it happened, when it happened and how you’ve been affected.
Starting a claim
If you’re eligible to make a claim and choose to go ahead, then we’ll assign you with a friendly and experienced personal injury solicitor to oversee your case from start to finish.
They will contact you to introduce themselves, gather as much information as possible about the claim and to answer any questions you might have. They will also be able to provide you with the minimum and maximum potential payout you might receive for a successful claim, which is based on a range of factors relating specifically to your accident such as the injuries, treatment, prognosis and any further implications.
Should you have any questions or concerns at all about your claim, then our team of solicitors are here to help, so don’t hesitate to pick up the phone and give us a call for free on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 2nd October 2015
Author: David Brown