Sometimes the biggest and most difficult questions come right at the start. In the case of finding the best no win no fee solicitor from St. Just, then this question can be ‘where in the world should I start?’ Well, this page is intended to give you some pointers.
Getting good advice
Many people these days take the ‘easiest’ option and consult the internet. It has almost become the Sheppard of our day to day living – showing us the way to do almost everything. Therefore, what many people will do is type in no win no fee solicitor from St. Just and see what the results are.
Without a doubt the chances are that you will get plenty of options, but what you don’t get is something which tells you much about the solicitors involved. You’ll have to do additional work looking into their background, finding out how well they’ve worked with other clients and what specific types of accidents they work on in order to be certain that they are the best firm for the job.
Even then, there’s no guarantee that you’re getting the best value services. As in all walks of life different solicitors have different payment expectations, so it pays to know what you’re getting into.
So how much money can you expect from your compensation claim via a no win no fee solicitor from St. Just?
The fastest way to obtain a rough estimate of the value of your claim is by using our 30-second calculator. It will use the information you provide on the type of injuries you have sustained and their degree of severity and give you an approximate value, based on similar cases that are in our data base.
If you would like a more personalised estimate, you should talk to our professional no win no fee solicitor from St. Just. Talking to a professional is easier than you would have thought, especially with Accident Advice Helpline. Our friendly advisers are available 24/7, through our free telephone line. You just have to call 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile, and you will be talking to one of them.
Firstly, they will ask you a few questions about your compensation claim and the circumstances surrounding your accident, and then make a quick estimate on the final value. You should ask them any other questions you may have related to your claim. You should not worry about any obligations afterwards – you are free to decide how and whether you wish to continue with your claim. Don’t hesitate, get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline today to get your claim underway.
Date Published: 20th February 2014
Author: David Brown