The compensation culture
Isn’t it all getting a bit too much?
There is an argument that rages across the UK; it can divide families and work colleagues. Some think it is a good idea, whilst other bemoan the perceived Americanisation of our society.
What are we talking about? We are talking about the very thing that we do – help people to claim compensation. Whilst the judgements of some are that injury lawyers in Wooler are peddling a dreadful service for which we are all paying extra, there are some people who have claimed compensation that will tell you without it, they don’t know where they would be today.
We advertise, but we don’t chase
We advertise our service, just as other companies advertise what they do, in order to win custom. But just like injury lawyers in Wooler, we recognise that this is a sensitive area of work that needs a certain approach. We are not brash or aggressive in our sales tactics.
Customers seek us out, not the other way round
Some people who do not like the thought of compensation seem to think that Accident Advice Helpline, along with other companies, have people stationed in accident and emergency departments across the country! Whilst we may laugh at this, it is incredibly important that we, along with our injury lawyers in Wooler, make it clear that we do not – and never have – taken part in tactics like this. Customers choose to contact us and we are honest in our appraisal on their case for compensation.
Honesty is in abundance here
If you don’t have a claim, here at Accident Advice Helpline we will tell you before it gets to injury lawyers in Wooler and their teams. It is a waste of your time and energy, as well as our resources and those of the legal system. Non-genuine, fake or scam claims do not make it through our system. We have a clear set of guidelines that must be followed; not passing these ‘tests’ will mean that we will not take your claim further.
It is all about choice and accessibility
You do not have to make a compensation claim with us, our injury lawyers in Wooler or with any other solicitor. We firmly believe it is about being knowing their rights, knowing they have choices and options, as well as having the means to access the right support and help if they decide to continue with their claim.
If you want to know more, calling Accident Advice Helpline is free from your landline on 0800 689 0500. You can also call from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: 16th November 2013
Author: David Brown