Injury solicitor in Matlock


Looking for an injury solicitor in Matlock is not the easiest thing in the world. Especially because I would like some advice before deciding to go on with the claim.


The thing is that I was in an accident about six months ago, but I’m not sure if I am entitled to a personal injury compensation. I don’t really understand how this system works, and even though I’ve spent quite a few hours looking it up on the internet, I have found contradicting pieces of information, so I would much rather talk directly to a professional.


Also, I would like some advice on how to choose an injury solicitor in Matlock to work with. What is it that will recommend one legal adviser over the other? I’d like to know what will influence the outcome of my case. Also, are the legal fees the same or do they vary from company to company?


I would love to receive some general answers and information about personal injury claims please.


Looking for answers and an injury solicitor in Matlock

We’ll try to cover a few basic things about personal injury claims, although the best way to get some personalized answers is by talking directly to one of our advisors. This is very easy, since we have a free, non-stop telephone line where they are available around the clock. So write down our numbers, 0800 689 0500 and 0333 500 0993 and call us anytime.

What to look for in an injury solicitor in Matlock

Well, there are two main things. One of them is experience and the other is finances. While an injury solicitor in Matlock might charge you part of their legal fees when you begin your claim, another may not. The Accident Advice Helpline, for example, belongs to the second category and doesn’t ask for any money whatsoever when you’re commencing your claim.

Another important thing to note about our company is that, where you don’t win your compensation, we won’t charge any legal fees. This becomes extremely relevant in cases like yours, when the victim is not 100% sure that they are entitled to the compensation. This ‘no win, no pay’ system guarantees that they have nothing to lose.

Who is entitled to a compensation

If you’ve got doubts about this, you should try Accident Advice Helpline’s 30 Second Calculator. It is a very short test consisting of a few questions which will tell you right away two things: whether you qualify for a claim and how much money you can expect to receive.

If you are curious about general values, you can check our Testimonials page, where you will find the outcomes of many different claims we have successfully solved over the years.

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