How do I find personal injury claim in Leicestershire solicitors?
For a personal injury claim, no doubt personal injury solicitors in Leicestershire are well represented, but it’s worth doing a bit of investigation to ensure you have the expert you need to start your claim. Personal injury law is a big subject and exactly the right expert might be in another county, or just over the county border.
The right personal injury solicitor for me
An online compensation service provider often has a wealth of information to draw on, since they usually connect with solicitors nationwide. The compensation provider can assess your case and help you find exactly the right legal expert to assess your claim.
Accident Advice Helpline
Accident Advice Helpline work with our own in-house legal experts who each have their own specialisations. What’s more, before you start appointing injury claim in Leicestershire solicitors to make a claim, we give you a quick eligibility test, and if your claim qualifies, you can get an estimate of what your injury claim in Leicestshire might be worth. Please remember that this an estimate is only that; no award is ever guaranteed, although there may be precedents for certain sums on injuries like whiplash for example.
Accident Advice Helpline are one of the leading compensation providers in the UK and see around £30 million a year paid out to accident victims for awards by personal injury claim in Leicestershire solicitors and elsewhere in the UK. So, if you live in Leicestershire and are looking for advice on a personal injury claim, you could start here. Take our 30-second online test or phone our 24-hour helpline on 0800 689 0500 to find out what we could do for you.
Accident Advice Helpline have specialised in helping people to resolve their personal injury claims for over 15 years. We are endorsed by Esther Rantzen, the well-known media personality and consumer champion.
Doing the maths
If you decide to start a claim, make sure that you understand all the facts and figures of the claims process. You need to be clear about what you will be liable for, both in a winning and a losing situation. Changes to English law mean that either the winning or the losing side can be liable for a percentage of the costs in pursuing a case, so when you sit down with your solicitor for the first time make sure that you ask the question.