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Do you need Lichfield ‘no win, no fee*’ legal help to claim compensation?

Statistics show that last year alone, 183,670 people were injured in road traffic accidents. These were only the ones which were reported to the police. It’s estimated that a further 710,000 people were injured in accidents which weren’t reported. If you are involved in a car accident that wasn’t your fault, it’s really important to inform the police. This will help our Lichfield ‘no win, no fee*’ team when putting together a claim for compensation for you. The more information we have, the stronger your case will be. Witnesses details are really important and can help support your claim.

Evidence, Evidence, Evidence

We can’t stress enough how the more evidence we have to help your claim, the quicker it will be processed. Also the more evidence proving you were not at fault, the more chance of success. This is another reason why you should always involve the police. They are great at gathering evidence, it’s what they do. They also keep meticulous records which will help your Lichfield ‘no win, no fee*’ lawyer, when they come to  represent you. If there are photographs too, this is even better. With so many smartphones being used these days, it’s easier to gather photographic proof.

Injuries and emotional trauma

In the immediate aftermath of a car accident you’re bound to be pretty shaken up and in shock, maybe in physical pain too. It’s really important to get checked out by medical professionals. Sometimes, what can start off seeming like a trivial injury can end having a major effect on your life. No one likes to visit the always busy A&E department, but it is important to get properly checked out. You should also seek out emotional support, a frightening incident can leave you feeling quite traumatised. Our Lichfield ‘no win, no fee*’ team can use your notes to reinforce your claim.

Lichfield ‘no win, no fee*’ support from Accident Advice Helpline

Having a well established law firm behind you to take the stress and strain, has got to help. You won’t be troubled with the day to day admin, or be expected to deal with lawyers. We give you one of our advisers, they take care of everything.

With ‘no win, no fee*’ you’re not asked to pay fees upfront, so there’s no financial strain. Let our Lichfield ‘no win, no fee*’ team help you today. Call up and talk to an adviser now, dial 0800 689 0500 from landline, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.

We can arrange for an adviser to call you. Text ‘claim365’ to 88010 and we’ll call you straight back today. Let us take the pain out of making a claim.

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