Personal injury solicitor in Loch Ness


The fact that we are alive and breathing means that we are at risk every moment of every single day of being injured. Even just popping across the road for a cup of coffee could cause an injury as a car could hit us the moment we step down from the pavement, ceiling tiles could fall onto our head in a café or the handle could break on a coffee cup causing hot liquid to spill onto the skin. Whenever an accident occurs through no fault of our own, the injured party has a right to sue for the damages. However, many people fail to act because they feel that there is a lot of effort involved and the whole process is too time consuming.

Personal injury solicitor in Loch Ness: Taking note of your injuries

A claim for personal injury does not mean that one case fits all. If an accident occurred in the workplace, the process would be handled completely differently to one which took place in a supermarket. However, the one thing a personal injury solicitor will require is proof that an injury occurred. This can be obtained from medical records or detailed notes from the client explaining the extent of an injury and how it has impacted their life. Therefore, it is vital to seek medical help the moment an accident takes place.

Personal injury solicitor in Loch Ness: Clear, honest advice

The word ‘negligence’ means that someone behaved in an irresponsible manner.  For example, a reasonable person would not run a red light. A personal injury solicitor will look at how easy or difficult it will be to obtain compensation from a negligent third party.  If there is little hope of winning a case, it may be advisable not to take matters further. The amount of evidence will also be weighed up as this is the tool needed to prove that a client is innocent. Another factor which will be taken into consideration is the cost involved to collect further evidence. Therefore, it is important that good communication is established between both the personal injury solicitor and client.

Personal injury solicitor in Loch Ness: Weighing up the odds

For an initial idea of whether to get the ball rolling, call Accident Advice helpline on: 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone. There is no shame in asking questions and seeking direction so ring today. The number is free and there is no obligation to work with their solicitors. A personal injury case could take months or even years to process so you owe it to yourself to know if it is worth proceeding. Such information could also make the difference between a menial payout and a generous compensation sum.

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