Personal injury lawyer in Allerford


If you’ve been hurt in an accident that was not your fault it is understandable that you might want to look at making a claim. At Accident Advice Helpline, we’ll help you find out whether or not you have a case and if so how you can go about finding a personal injury lawyer in Allerford who will help with your case.

When you can claim

The basic tenets of personal injury law are very simple and are often summed up with the phrase ‘where there’s blame there’s a claim’. Under UK law if you’ve been hurt in an accident and required medical attention then you will be entitled to make a claim for compensation if you can show to the satisfaction of the court that the accident was not your fault. This is not always that straight forward but if you are certain that you adhere to these basic principles then you should be okay.

That said, there are some things to bear in mind. Every case comes with a time limit – you will have to make a claim within three years of any accident otherwise you’ll miss your chance. As good as your claim may be you will simply not be able to make a claim.

Finding a personal injury lawyer in Allerford

It’s important not to jump ahead of yourself at this stage. So, you may have done some research and in your opinion you think that you have a good claim to answer, but how do you know whether or not you really can claim?

The best thing to do is to contact an expert and at Accident Advice Helpline we have a very easy way in which you can do this. All you need to do is contact a member of our team and they will do everything in their power to decide if, in their opinion they think you have a good chance of winning. If they do then they will come up with some ideas about how you can go about improving your chances of making a claim.

This could come down to looking at the evidence. If the other side is contesting your claim then the law courts will look at the evidence and decide whose version of events they feel is more plausible. If you’re confident of your case you will want as much of this evidence to be included as possible.

No win no fee*

However, in those cases in which the outcome is in doubt you’ll be helped by knowing that you can find a personal injury lawyer in Allerford who offers ‘no win, no fee*’. This is one of the main tenets of our service and is one of the reasons why we’re so popular.

So, to find a personal injury lawyer in Allerford who offers ‘no win, no fee*’, give us a call 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.

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