Why you do not need injury solicitors of Stretton to help with your personal injury claim
Looking for injury solicitors of Stretton can be time-consuming and difficult. While any one of the injury solicitors of Stretton will be able to support you in your compensation claim, deciding which one can handle your case can be a difficult task. What you need is someone who understands the law surrounding injury claims and has experience in dealing with such claims in the past. Being a lawyer does not mean that you have
What you need is someone who understands the law surrounding injury claims and has experience in dealing with such claims in the past. Being a lawyer does not mean that you have sufficient experience in making personal injury claims, as your field of expertise may lie elsewhere. Thus trying to find talented injury solicitors of Stretton may well be futile. There are, however, other available alternatives.
Accident Advice Helpline
At Accident Advice Helpline, we have been in operation for over fifteen years. In that time we have handled all kinds of personal injury claims. We can be contacted on our freephone number. During your first point of contact, you will be offered a simple 30-second test that will test your eligibility to make a claim. Your Accident Advice Helpline adviser will then offer you a potential payout fee using a tool called a compensation calculator. This is only a guide and never a guarantee, and should not be taken as such.
Why use us instead?
Any injury solicitors of Stretton would offer the same service as Accident Advice Helpline with one primary difference — many of the cases dealt with here can be handled entirely over the telephone, with no need for face to face contact. You may be required to attend a medical assessment, but this will always be with a practitioner local to you. Gaining proof of your injuries and their effects is vital to the success or otherwise of your claim.
What do they need to know?
Your local injury solicitors of Stretton or Accident Advice Helpline will need to know the following three things:
- That the accident occurred within the last three years;
- That the accident was not your fault; and
- That you were injured as a result of the accident.
On top of this, they will want to know what expenses have been created by your accident, such as lost earnings, childcare costs and medical treatments, all of which will be used in formulating your case. You will also need to offer up the contact details of witnesses to your accident, or acceptable alternatives such as CCTV footage, police reports or accident at work reports.
What will it cost me?
Your Accident Advice Helpline solicitor will explain to you that the right to legal aid for accident victims has been withdrawn. Even if you win, you will be expected to pay 25% of the court costs under new legislation. They will also explain to you what is meant by the term no-win, no-fee*, and how it could affect you. Call today on 0800 689 0500 or on 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. Find out more about making a claim.
Date Published: 31st January 2014