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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

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    Personal injury claims in Liverpool

    Every year there must be thousands of personal injury claims in Liverpool, but just occasionally, you may find that the end result is not what you expected. Maybe you had what you thought was a good claim which did not succeed, or perhaps you didn’t get as much compensation as you had hoped for. In either event, it is possible that your eye might stray towards your team of lawyers as you search for questions about what happened.

    Making complaints

    As with any type of business, sometimes you don’t get what you’re hoping for. Let’s take the example of a claim which is successful, but the final compensation sum awarded by the court is, for some reason, not quite what you’d hoped. What, if anything, can you do about it?

    Well, under UK law you can take your own lawyers to task and even make a claim against them if you feel they have misrepresented your interests. But of course there are some problems there as well.

    How can you be certain that the compensation you received was too low? You don’t know the ins and outs of personal injury law. They can just tell you that your own expectations were too high in the first place – and many people believe them.

    However, if you go through Accident Advice Helpline, we can offer you a quick prediction for how much you might receive at the end of it all. We do this through something we call the online 30-second test. When you first log onto our website you can enter a few details about your claim and we’ll quickly give you a rough idea of how much you can receive at the end of the case.

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    An early estimate

    Now, before you go about making personal injury claims in Liverpool it is important to remember that this is only a rough guide based on the information you’ve supplied. The final figure may indeed end up being slightly more or less than the courts eventually decide to award you. However, it is something worth looking at as it does give you a goal to shoot for and if the other side comes along with a settlement offer at any point then you can use it to determine whether or not that offer is large enough to consider.

    Fighting personal injury claims in Liverpool

    This means that when you work through us you have a good understanding of what you’re getting into and what you might get out at the end. We want all our clients to know as much about the business of making a claim as possible, which is why we provide this great tool to help them as much as possible.

    To find out more about making personal injury claims in Liverpool, give our team a call on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.

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