Getting advice from your lawyer in Malmesbury is important before you start your claim, so that you can be sure that your claim has the best possible start. There is no point going through the entire claims process without any prior knowledge of how to make a claim, as you can easily make mistakes which will cause your claim to go badly. The trick, when making a claim and getting advice from your lawyer, is knowing what sort of things you should be getting their help with before you decide to proceed with a claim. Here are some of the things you should consider.
Find out what you should be claiming for
You need to be claiming for your injuries and the emotional impact of your accident and your lawyer can easily help you to work out exactly what you should be asking the other party for with regards to this. But you may also be able to claim for expenses and damage to personal property, so ask your lawyer for more information about this and they can help you to put together a list of the things that you want to add to your claim.
Find out what evidence you need
You should be providing evidence to your lawyer so that they can use this against the other party, ensuring that they have the strongest possible case set up on your behalf. Your lawyer should be able to let you know what sorts of evidence they will find the most useful, but also what sorts of evidence might come in handy and so you should hold onto just in case they are needed a little way down the line.
Finding a good lawyer in Malmesbury
You want to find a good quality lawyer in Malmesbury before you do anything else, as there is no point asking a lawyer who doesn’t necessarily know what they are talking about what you need to know about making a claim. Doing this is only going to give you the wrong information and make it much harder to make a claim. Call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile, or you can text “claim365” to 88010 and the team can let you know more about the claims process and help you to decide whether or not you have a good enough case to make a claim. If you do then you will be passed over to an injury lawyer who can make your claim for you, on your behalf.
Date Published: 24th August 2015
Author: David Brown