How do I find personal injury solicitors in Feltham?
Feltham, in the Borough of Hounslow, long ago got eaten up by Greater London as the city sprawled westwards. The old county of Middlesex (Middx) really now only exists as a postal address. The M3 motorway runs past Feltham, after which it becomes the A316, which crosses the Thames at Twickenham, and joins the M4 which becomes the Marylebone Road into the West End of London.
Who are the best personal injury solicitors in Feltham?
The nearby town of Staines has a big commercial infrastructure with many big name companies based there. Remember that your injury is personal to you and the circumstances of it will be unique. You could have been injured as a result of any number of circumstances. Whether it was an accident at work, a road traffic accident resulting in soft tissue injury or broken bones, or a slip, trip or fall in a public place, you need the best representation you can get.
Accident Advice Helpline, your compensation provider
We are one of the leading experts in the personal injury claims business and we will help you find the right personal injury solicitors in Feltham, from our network of around 200 solicitors and legal firms around the country. So, even if exactly the right one is not specifically based in Feltham, we will do our best to find a convenient one who has the expertise and experience to handle your case.
Long-established and well-endorsed
Accident Advice Helpline has been established in the UK for over ten years. We have a team of helpful advisors waiting to take your call who will do their best to give you the information you need, so call us on 0800 180 4123. If we can’t answer your question right away, we’ll call you back.
Should I make a claim?
Before you do anything, make sure your claim is valid. Take our 30-second online test and if your claim passes the three-point test, talk to one of our advisors, or answer a few simple questions online to see what your claim might be worth.
If you want to proceed, you can ask us to put you in touch with personal injury solicitors in Feltham. There is a time limit on claims and it takes time to prepare a case, gather the evidence and prepare the documentation, so give your solicitor the time he needs to get it all together. Equally, the defendant is entitled to a period of time to respond, so you should take that in to account.
When will I get paid?
The length of time to judgement depends on how complicated your case is. The majority of cases are settled out of court. Once the compensation award has been made, your solicitor should pay it to you without delay.
Date Published: 16th May 2013
Author: Emma Matthews