If you have been in an accident and are looking for solicitors in Brighstone, you might find that you are overwhelmed with information – but you should choose carefully!
Making a personal injury claim through solicitors in Brighstone
There are so many firms out there which provide 100% no win no fee lawyers for compensation claims that you could be forgiven for thinking that they’re all the same.
But if you want solicitors in Brighstone, you want to deal with a firm that has your best interests at heart. A firm that will treat you with empathy and sensitivity. A firm whose operations are underpinned by a strict code of conduct.
That firm is Accident Advice Helpline.
About Accident Advice Helpline
We began providing our services to the victims of personal injury caused by accidents in 2000. Today, 14 years later, we are proud that we have become one of the largest law firms in the UK – but a greater source of pride is the fact that we achieved our success through doing things the right way.
To us, that means demonstrating empathy and sensitivity to all our clients. It means conducting our business with integrity, dependability, reliability and accountability. It means having our phone lines open 24/7 so that our clients can get in touch anytime.
As a result of all this, we have not only grown, but have also gained the endorsement of Esther Rantzen, who is noted for her commitment to consumer affairs.
Getting in touch with Accident Advice Helpline
To get your compensation claim started following an accident in which you sustained personal injury, simply dial 0800 689 0500 from a landline.
If you have a mobile, you can call 0333 500 0993 or text “claim365” to 88010 and someone will be back in touch with you.
What you will need to do
If you qualify to claim compensation, you will need to do very little as part of the claiming process. Solicitors in Brighstone can take care of most of the things required, which means that you will probably not need to go to court.
However, you will be required to attend one additional medical assessment, so as to ensure the claim goes ahead. We understand that this is stressful, but we would not ask you to undergo this procedure if it weren’t necessary.
It is also a good idea to gather as much evidence as you can, and file it away. If successful, the sum of money you are awarded will be made up of compensation for your injury and reimbursement of expenses. To this end, you should record your medical treatment and keep receipts for expenses such as home help fees, prescription charges, and anything else related to your injury.
To find out more, why not call us now?
Date Published: 6th May 2014
Author: David Brown