Personal injury laws are constantly evolving
The law may seem old and stuffy but the reality is the law in all of its forms is constantly evolving and this is true of personal injury laws. Judges, barristers and solicitors may seem as if they have their heads buried in books that merely quote laws from a hundred or more years ago and there is indeed some truth in that.
Much of the law governing personal injury law is based in a part of the law called tort and a particular section of tort called negligence. Famous ground setting cases in the particular area of negligence and therefore personal injury laws do owe much of their effectiveness to laws dating back nearly 100 years.
Companies like Accident Advice Helpline (AAH) work with legal firms who all play their part in developing the law. The experts who work for these legal practices are leaders in their field of negligence they understand that the law has years of history that forms the foundations of modern personal injury laws. They mediate between potential claimants, medical experts and the legal system to give clients the best chance of winning their cases. Whether the law has to move forward in a ground breaking case or simply rely on well-established precedents to win cases.
Companies like AAH connect accident victims with legal experts who guide them through the process of making a compensation claim. Working on a no win no fee* basis they ascertain the facts around which personal injury laws are relevant; then guide the potential claimants in the compensation claim process should they want to proceed.
Give the team a call today on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: 21st January 2013
Author: David Brown