Injury Solicitors in Kircubbin

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Proving the accident was not your fault

The most important criterion for claiming personal injuring compensation is proving that the accident was not your fault, but was caused due to the negligence, recklessness, misconduct or error of another person or organisation.

This can be complicated, especially if fault is disputed and it is a case of your word against theirs. If you are considering claiming personal injury compensation, Accident Advice Helpline and our injury solicitors in Kircubbin can help you. We have specialist experience in personal injury law and the expertise to best represent you.

Whatever the type of accident in which you were involved, be it a road traffic accident, sporting accident, medical negligence or accident at work, we have the skills to help prove liability and win you the compensation you deserve.

Proving liability

Proving fault can be a complex process. Our injury solicitors in Kircubbin have the expertise to investigate your case and will inform you of what your chances are of successfully winning your claim. We encourage all of our clients to be honest and truthful with the information they provide us. Do not exaggerate or give false information.

Our injury solicitors in Kircubbin will discuss your case in detail with you to fully understand the circumstances surrounding your accident. Your solicitor will also ask you details about your injuries and the effect of them on your daily life. Most of the claim can be handled over the phone and we try to keep form-filling to a minimum.

To help your injury solicitors in Kircubbin, it would be useful if you can provide as much information as possible. Photographs of the accident and your injuries, witness details, police incident number, and a detailed outline of your accident would make the compensation process easier and enable your solicitor to handle your case more efficiently.

Contact injury solicitors in Kircubbin

If you think you have a valid case, or even if you are unsure, contact Accident Advice helpline today for a chat. Our friendly and helpful advisors will be happy to answer any questions or concerns you may have. There is no obligation or pressure to continue — you can simply find out more about the compensation process and potentially how much you could be awarded.

Every case is slightly different and the amount you are awarded depends on a number of factors, including the extent of your injuries. All of our solicitors work on a 100% no win no fee* arrangement, minimising any financial risk to you. Contact us today on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile.

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