Once you have found a lawyer in Lasswade that you can trust and work with on a compensation claim, for the most part you should be able to just leave it to them, so that they can get on with your claim and ensure that you are getting the best representation possible to get the compensation that you deserve. However, there are a few occasions that it might be necessary for you to get back in touch with your lawyer to help your case along. Here are some of these.
If there is a break in your case
If you have had a serious accident that the police were involved in, there is a chance that you will hear more about further developments in the case before your lawyer does, or is able to get more information about what has happened with the other party. You will probably receive a phone call or letter to let you know if the other person has been convicted of a crime such as dangerous driving, and your lawyer should know this as it will be a great way for them to tie up your case easily.
If you have any questions
Your lawyer should be more than happy to discuss the details of your case with you and answer any questions that you have to put your mind at rest. It is only fair that you will want to know what is likely to happen in your claim so that you can start making plans for the future and so on, and your lawyer should understand this. A happy and confident client is exactly what your lawyer wants, so if anything is concerning you, don’t be afraid to find out more.
Finding an experienced lawyer in Lasswade
If you want the best possible case put together on your behalf, you should find an experienced lawyer in Lasswade who has worked with personal injury claims a number of times before, has a good rapport with you and you feel is trustworthy. Instead of you having to trawl through lots of different lawyers in your area, the easiest way for you to find a lawyer you know you can trust is through Accident Advice Helpline. We have more than a decade’s worth of experience with personal injury claims and work with some of the best injury lawyers out there to help you with your claim. Call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile, or you can text “claim365” to 88010 to find out more.
Date Published: 27th July 2015
Author: David Brown