If you’ve suffered an injury in an accident that was not your fault you may well have designs on taking some form of personal injury action against the party that caused it. Are you looking for the aid or a reputable 100% no-win, no-fee solicitor in Baylham? Hopefully you will have gathered a fair bit of evidence as that will help if you’re going to find a firm willing to represent you. It won’t be a case of simply calling a personal injury firm after you’ve been hurt without any proof of what happened to you.
If you have plenty of evidence in place, you will not have to have an awful lot to do with the whole process. In fact, if the evidence you hold is pretty much conclusive and irrefutable, there will be a very good chance that your solicitor might be able to negotiate a compensation settlement before your case before it actually makes it to court. As it would cost the party you’re taking action against more money to go to court, it is likely that they would be interested in coming to some sort of arrangement with you.
Evidence required by a solicitor in Baylham
Most reputable 100% no-win, no-fee personal injury firms would not even consider taking your case on if you did not have medical evidence that proved you suffered the injuries you say you did. It will be no good going to a court of law and expecting your word to be taken as gospel. If you didn’t require medical treatment after you suffered the injury as a result of an accident that was not your fault, you probably won’t be able to claim compensation, so to a certain degree, this is moot.
Your solicitor will find it most useful if you have any photographic evidence of the aftermath of your accident or the item that caused it. Film footage would be a bonus. If you were involved in an accident while out and about, find out if it was caught on CCTV. If there is a chance that it was, ask the owner of the footage if you can use it in court.
In addition, the contact details of anybody who might have seen what happened to you could be a boon. These will allow your solicitor to call witnesses to speak up on your behalf.
If you feel as though you’ve made a pretty good job of gathering the type of evidence discussed above, a solicitor in Baylham from Accident Advice Helpline will have a reasonable chance of securing you a pay-out. If you have limited evidence, that doesn’t matter. We’ll see what we can find on your behalf.
Call Accident Advice Helpline free on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone for free, no-obligation advice about making a claim for compensation.
Date Published: 10th March 2014
Author: David Brown