Injury lawyer in Peterlee


Injury lawyer in Peterlee

What would you do with your money if you were to win compensation after suffering an injury in an accident that wasn’t your fault? When you consider you could win many thousands of pounds if you were to win a case with an injury lawyer in Peterlee, you’ll soon begin to realise the sky really is the limit. Personal injury claim pay-outs can range from the low thousands to six-figure sums, and what’s even better is the fact that any compensation you win won’t be taxable; either as income or as a capital gain.

If you’re claiming benefits, you will need to be aware that any windfall an injury lawyer in Peterlee might win you could affect your entitlement. You’ll need to contact the applicable agency from which you claim benefits after winning compensation to declare your pay-out. If you don’t, you could find yourself being prosecuted for benefit fraud and splashed across the pages of the Daily Mail.

What might an injury lawyer in Peterlee win you?

Although all personal injury claims are different, you can get a rough idea of the sort of figure you may be able to win by using the 30 second claim calculator on the right-hand side of this page. Enter a few details about the accident that resulted in your injury and you’ll be presented with an estimate of how much you might be able to win.

You can also get a feel for the type of money you could be looking at by taking a look at the testimonial pages on this website. Here you’ll find out what past customers of Accident Advice Helpline (AAH) think of the service it provides along with details of how much money they won. The testimonials also provide information on what type of accident their subjects were involved in, so you’ll be able to work out how the figures presented relate to your circumstances.

Getting a claim off the ground

Many people assume that getting a personal injury claim off the ground is a time-consuming and costly business. Well, they’re dead wrong. If you can retain an injury lawyer in Peterlee to represent you on a no win, no fee* basis, you wouldn’t have to pay anything upfront and wouldn’t be asked to stump up any lawyer’s fees if your case were to be unsuccessful.

The whole process would take minimal effort on your part. Once you’d made initial contact with a firm like AAH and it agreed to take your case on, it’s likely your involvement might be limited to a few phone calls. Very few personal injury claimants actually end up having to attend court, but some do have to attend a medical exam in a worst case scenario.

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