Injury claims solicitors help people to claim compensation when they have been involved in accidents that were not their own fault. Injury claims solicitors Fort William compensation cases are very similar to compensation cases from any other part of the UK. A well-established law firm like Accident Advice Helpline will have injury claims solicitors Fort William experts and injury claims solicitors car accident experts. Here are some services that the injury claims solicitors for Fort William can provide and, perhaps more importantly, some that they cannot provide..
Injury claims solicitors in Fort William – services
Accident Advice Helpline can provide full legal support for a personal injury claim. The support starts with a unique 30-second test which can be accessed online or via the 24-hour telephone line 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 free from your mobile. You are welcome to use the support line throughout the duration of your claim. The service is arranged on a no win, no fee basis so there are no upfront legal fees to pay. Your personal injury lawyer will liaise with the person or organisation that you are making a claim against and negotiate as high a settlement as he can for you. The lawyer will keep you informed about how things are going and advise you of all the information and paperwork that you will need to provide.
This service will probably be handled over the telephone and it is unlikely that this service will include a court appearance because the majority of cases are handled out of court.
Injury claims solicitors in Fort William – services not available
The Accident Advice Helpline cannot help you with a personal injury claim if you are not injured. They also cannot help you if the accident was your own fault. A large number of potential claimants like to get this issue cleared up before they start the claims process. The Accident Advice Helpline unique 30-second test on the company website will let you know if your claim is one that they can handle or not.
The personal injury solicitors will not be able to provide the details of the accident in which you were injured – that is down to you. They will need to know what type of accident it was and that could include:
- A car accident
- A motorcycle accident
- A workplace accident such as a fall from a height
- A slip, trip or fall in the street
Your lawyer also cannot provide the details of the injury without getting the details from you. You will need to let them know the part of your body that was injured and how severe the injury was. This is sometimes indicated by the type of treatment that you have had to undergo – such as surgery, therapies, plaster casts, splints and painkillers. The duration of the injury may also be relevant. You will probably have to attend an appointment with a local medical expert so that a medical report of your injuries can be prepared.