Are you searching for injury lawyers because you need to make a compensation claim? Injury lawyers in High Bickington may not be located within this traditional rural village, situated as it is in the Devon countryside overlooking the Taw Valley, in which case you may be redirected to the larger towns and cities such as Tiverton and Exeter to find the expertise you are looking for.
Why would I need injury lawyers in High Bickington?
You may have had an accident and been injured, but importantly your accident would have happened at the hands of a third party. Either because of their negligence or direct action, you could have suffered injuries which were not your fault.
Are you in this situation, in which you suspect who was to blame but are not quite sure how to take it further? Are you also concerned about running up bills for taking advice from injury lawyers in High Bickington, only to discover you don’t have a claim after all?
It’s easy to be put off by the thought of spending money for no result. On the other hand, if you are entitled to compensation and don’t claim, you will unfairly bear the brunt of someone else’s carelessness or negligence, and that can’t be right either.
How can I find out if my claim is eligible?
Start here. Take Accident Advice Helpline’s 30-second test. Answer three simple questions to find out if you have grounds for a claim, and if so you can use the compensation calculator to get an idea how much you could be awarded if injury lawyers in High Bickington accept your case and win. These are online tools, but if you prefer to speak to a person you can call our advisors on 0800 689 0500, or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993. The lines are freephone, so your call won’t cost a thing.
Most claims are started and processed online, but should you need to be referred to injury lawyers in High Bickington then our advisors can find you one. Most legal experts offer the first consultation free and all of our partners offer a no win no fee service, so you won’t have to pay a penny in advance. You can ask your solicitor to explain how fees and charges work before you decide to start your claim.
Accident Advice Helpline
Our sympathetic telephone advisors deal with around 25,000 calls per month and can advise you on how the claims process works. If you decide to start your claim, we prepare the forms for you. First we’ll confirm whether your claim is eligible, then you can take it from there. You may have to have an independent medical examination to support your claim. Compensation awards take into account the victim’s pain and inconvenience, extra costs incurred and even loss of income. But whatever you decide, don’t sit at home out of pocket with the bills mounting up. Call us now. Prefer us to call you back? Text “claim365” to 88010.
Date Published: 4th November 2013
Author: David Brown