Claiming for a no win no fee* accident in East Ayrshire
Before we get on to how to go about claiming for a no win no fee* accident in East Ayrshire, let’s have a look at an example accident first.
You have been out jogging near your home, when you trip on a flagstone on the pavement. Having sprained your ankle quite badly, you are unable to get out and about for a couple of weeks. Aside from the pain, your wallet takes a beating too because you are unable to get out to go to work. The accident was not your fault, because the pavement was in a state of disrepair, and so you are able to claim compensation.
No win no fee* accident in East Ayrshire claims
If you have ever been hurt in an accident while out in public, any claim for injury compensation will most likely be levied against the company responsible for maintaining that particular area which, in this case, would be the local council.
Why? Because a broken piece of paving is something they should have repaired or, at the very least, placed signs warning of the hazard.
Getting help with a claim
Once you have seen a doctor about your injuries, and had time to reflect and gather yourself, the next thing that is on your mind is going to be making a no win no fee* accident in East Ayrshire compensation claim.
The best way of doing this, by far, is with Accident Advice Helpline. Established in 2000, we have helped thousands of people just like you claim the compensation that they deserve and are entitled to. As a national law firm, we specialise in personal injury cases and have risen to be one of the best law firms in the whole country – your claim is in safe hands with us!
How is your personal injury compensation claim paid for?
Accident Advice Helpline lawyers work in accordance with the conditional fee agreement, also know as ‘no win no fee*’. This means that whatever your financial position, you will always have access to legal help.
For more information, call us today on our free to call number – our lines are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call on us in 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.