Injury claim lawyer in Honiton
If your child is injured in an accident they had no hand in, it will be down to you as a parent to make sure they get any compensation they may be entitled to. Whether they were hurt at school, in a nursery or while simply out and about around town, you should take steps to make sure they get the recompense they deserve if they’ve been made to suffer due to somebody else’s negligence or incompetence. The good news is that you won’t have to do so on your own.
Finding an injury claim lawyer in Honiton for your child
If you’re going to stand a chance of securing the biggest payout possible for your child, you’re going to need to retain the services of a reputable injury claim lawyer in Honiton to fight your corner. Fortunately, this doesn’t have to cost the earth. In fact, you may be able get a personal injury solicitor to represent you and your child on a no win no fee basis. This would mean there would no start-up costs to get a case off the ground, and you wouldn’t have to pay any solicitor’s fees if a court were to decide your case had no merit. As such, the financial risks involved in launching a case are, from your perspective, relatively small.
Depending on the nature of your child’s injury and the level of negligence that led to the accident which caused it, there is a chance you could be able win thousands of pounds. If you want to get a rough idea of the sort of sum you could end up with, use the 30-second compensation claim calculator on the right-hand side of this page. Although the amount you’ll be shown will only be an estimate, it will give you an indication of what you might be able to expect.
What involvement will your child have?
If you’re worried that launching a personal injury claim will be distressing for your child, don’t be. Once you’ve made contact with an injury claim lawyer in Honiton such as those at Accident Advice Helpline, and we’ve agreed to take your case on, your child will have minimal involvement with the process. Most claimants aren’t required to turn up to court, but there will be a chance your child will be asked to attend a medical exam.
If you’d like to get the ball rolling or just listen to some free advice on launching a case, call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 today and speak to one of our friendly advisors. They will assist you all they can, give you all the information you will need and then let you make the decision whether to proceed with the claim.
Date Published: 27th September 2013
Author: David Brown