Faulty product claims London based solicitors offer some of the best advice and expert legal help there is, but how can you be sure you have the best solicitor for the job in hand? You can do no better than come to Accident Advice Helpline.
Here are some frequently asked questions which may help you decide which personal injury claim in London solicitors you can go to.
What is the process of making faulty product claims?
By contacting us, you are putting in place the building blocks of making a claim. We first assess you eligibility. All our customers start their claim in this way, not just faulty product claims London customers!
You will be invited (and you can decline – you are under no obligation!) to take our ’30 second test’. Sounds too simple to be true but don’t be fooled by the simplicity of it. This clever little test will measure your case within the legal parameters within which ALL personal injury compensation claims must be made to be successful.
How do I find faulty product claims London lawyers?
If you decide to continue your claim with use, we will put you in touch with one. We have a strict set of criteria for our many legal partners when they apply to join our database.
They must show they have a personal injury ‘specialism’; so if you have a whiplash injury, for example, you will be referred to faulty product claims in London lawyers who has a proven, successful track record in winning whiplash compensation cases.
How much do faulty product claims London lawyers cost?
No, far from it! With the ‘new’ personal injury law passed in 1996, people who had suffered injury as a result of an accident that was NOT their fault they could launch a legal case for compensation without paying for it upfront.
Previous to this, people could only sue for compensation if they had the financial means to do so – that is, the money to pay their solicitor for the work. All our legal partners – including specialist faulty products claims London lawyers – work on a ‘no win no fee*’ basis, a much fairer system.
Will I need to go to court?
It is unlikely but it does depend on the intricacies of your compensation claim. It depends on the ‘other side’; if the defendant (that is, the person or company you are asking for compensation from) refuses to accept liability – or the blame – for the accident then you may find that the final decision belongs to the judge.
In our experience, we find that most cases do not go to court as the compensation is settles and agreed on out of court. If court action is needed, your personal injury claim London lawyer will be with you every step of the way.
We are proud of our enviable reputation for honesty within the claims management industry and you will do well to trust us with your personal injury claim. Being hurt in an accident that wasn’t your fault can be tough, painful and frustrating.
Contact us to take the eligibility ’30 second test’ and see how we can help you!
So for expert legal advice about a possible claim call Accident Advice Helpline today on: 0800 689 0500 from a landline or: 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.