The cost of a solicitor in Pembrokeshire should never put anybody off making a compensation claim that they’re entitled to make.
Innocent victims should always be given the chance to claim what might rightfully be theirs, regardless of how much money they have in the bank, yet unfortunately a lot of people believe that because they have less money than their potential opponent in the case, they won’t be able to afford a top lawyer to handle – and win – their claim.
This means that innocent accident victims, in addition to having to live with what has happened to them, miss out on hundreds or even thousands of pounds in compensation that is rightfully theirs.
Why you can afford the cost of a solicitor in Pembrokeshire
Fortunately for those who have been put off by the perceived cost of a solicitor in Pembrokeshire in the past, it may not be too late.
At Accident Advice Helpline we work on a 100% no-win no-fee* basis on all of our cases, and this means that claimants pay no upfront fees at all for our advice and representation, making claiming a feasible option for everybody who is entitled to claim after an accident.
The only money that any of our lawyers take comes from a success fee that is capped at 25% of any settlement that you’re awarded. So if you haven’t made your claim yet, it may not be too late for you, as you can claim any time up to three years from the date of your accident.
Am I eligible to make a claim?
Finding out if you’re entitled to make a compensation claim couldn’t be simpler and you can do it whenever you have a spare moment. Our online test takes just 30-seconds to complete and you don’t even have to speak to anybody. All you need to do is answer a few simple questions about what happened and how you’ve been affected.
If you are then eligible to make a claim it’s your decision over whether or not you wish to go ahead as you’re under no obligation to do so just because you’ve taken our test or asked for our advice.
Should you decide that you want to go ahead then we would assign one of our solicitors to handle the claim on your behalf, and they would contact you to gather as much information as possible about the incident and your injuries, and to answer any questions you might have to ensure that you fully understand the process.
How do you value my claim?
They will also be able to provide you with an estimate on the minimum and maximum payout you might receive, with every claim looked at on a case-by-case basis, with factors relating specifically to your accident influencing the potential sum.
These factors include things such as the accident and the injuries sustained, a medical assessment and police report if required, the treatment you received in hospital, the prognosis and any on-going rehabilitation plus any lifestyle or financial implications such as lost earnings due to an enforced break from work.
If you would like any further information or advice on how to make a claim or to find out how to get your case started, don’t hesitate to contact one of our friendly and professional lawyers for free on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 16th October 2015
Author: David Brown