Injury lawyers in Great Malvern

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Not everyone knows why they might need injury lawyers in Great Malvern, or wherever else it may be in the UK they are located. Injury lawyers in Great Malvern specialise in personal injury compensation claims, which anyone can make as long as they fit the legal rules:

  • You must have been involved in an accident that was the fault of someone else. This could be another road user, an employer or maybe a local council. There are lots of people that are respo0nsible for your safety wherever you are, and they have a legal responsibility to make sure you are not injured in an accident that was not your fault.
  • You must have suffered personal injuries that needed medical attention. Whoever treats your injuries will prepare a report on them, and the treatment you have received. This report will be needed for your claim.
  • The accident should have happened within the last three years in most cases. There are exceptions to this rule, so you should speak with the advisors at Accident Advice Helpline to find out how long you have so that you do not miss out on any compensation you could be entitled to.

In fact, if you think you might need injury lawyers in Great Malvern you can contact us to discuss any area of making a personal injury claim.

Let us be your injury lawyers in Great Malvern

Accidents have a habit of bringing extra expenses with them, and sometimes a loss of income if time is lost from work. This can cause financial problems for a victim, and they can be concerned about the cost of making a claim. But let us be your injury lawyers in Great Malvern and you will not have to pay us any money to start your claim, or pay our legal fees if your claim is lost.

Our no-win, no-fee* agreement takes care of the financing of all the claims we deal with, and means that every innocent accident victim can afford to make their claim with us.

Find out the worth of your claim

Once you know you qualify for compensation and that money isn’t a stumbling block to making a claim, the next thing most victims want to know is how much they are likely to be awarded.

This depends on the severity of your injury and how your life has been affected, as well as recovering all the costs and losses caused by the accident. It can vary greatly from victim to victim, so no-one can say with any certainty how much you will win. You can get an estimate though, by completing our 30-second test online or by phone.

For more information about how Accident Advice helpline can help you, call our friendly advisors. From a landline call 0800 689 0500 or from a mobile ring 0333 500 0993.

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