Are you looking for a personal injury firm to start a claim for an accident which was not your fault in Cwmbran? Not all personal injury law firms are the same. Firstly, personal injury covers a wide range of legal specialisation. You could have been injured on the roads, at work or in a public place. You could have had a mishap on public transport or private operators like ferries or aircraft. One fundamental test applies: was the accident the fault of someone else? Should they carry liability and can you prove it?
How to start your claim for an accident which was not your fault in Cwmbran
One phone call to us will deal with the preliminaries without too much difficulty. We can tell you if your claim qualifies, and on that basis you can decide to start your claim. Another vital piece of information that may help is to know how much, approximately, you could be awarded if a no win no fee accident solicitor takes on your case and wins.
What is no win no fee?
You will not have to make any advance payments to your legal advisor to start your claim. He or she will explain in detail how the system works. Should you wish to start your claim for an accident which was not your fault in Cwmbran, our telephone advisors will put you in touch with the right legal expert for your case.
Dame Esther Rantzen
Dame Esther Rantzen is a renowned journalist and champion of consumer rights. She is our patron and she is passionate that injury victims should be compensated for actions that were not their fault. Did you know that 7 out of 10 victims don’t claim what is rightfully theirs? Don’t be one of them. Talk your situation through with us. At least, having the facts, you can make an informed decision.
Accident Advice Helpline
Reach us on our freephone helpline which is 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or you can call us on 0333 500 0993 from your mobile. Talk through your concerns with us. Your call is completely confidential and will go no further unless you start your claim. Bear in mind there is a time limit. The majority of accidents fall under a claim period of three years, but remember, the months fly by, and solicitors need time to do things, so don’t leave it until the last minute. In some cases, air and sea travel, for example, the period is two years. If you are not sure, your solicitor will advise you.
Date Published: 2nd January 2015
Author: David Brown