Are you looking for a solicitor in Kent?
If you find yourself needing to hire a solicitor in Kent then you should contact Accident Advice Helpline.
Of course, it ultimately depends why you are looking for a solicitor in Kent, but if you have been injured in an accident or suffered some form of personal injury at the hands of a third party, then Accident Advice Helpline has a solicitor in Kent on hand that can help you make a claim for compensation.
Why make a claim?
Ultimately, the decision to make a claim for compensation rests with you and, although you are legally entitled to make a claim if you have been injured as a result of the actions of a third party, you do not have to do so.
If you are unsure about whether or not you should make a claim you can first of all find out if you can make a claim. Not all accidents are the fault of someone else and therefore it is not possible for a solicitor in Kent to make a claim on your behalf. Why not take a few minutes out of your day to take our comprehensive 30 second test. This will tell you without any doubt whether or not you could make a claim, as well as giving you a good indication of how much your claim might be worth. You can then sit down and decide whether or not you want to go ahead with the claim.
Over the years, our solicitor in Kent has worked with many clients, many of whom have admitted that, initially, they were unsure whether or not to make a claim, even though they knew the accident that they had been involved in and the injuries they had suffered were not their fault.
Many of our clients decide to make a claim either to encourage the people responsible for their accident to take the appropriate steps to ensure that such an incident can never happen again, therefore providing a safety net for future possible victims, or to get a sense of justice. Equally many of our previous clients have told our solicitor in Kent that they did not initially intend to make a claim for compensation, but decided to go ahead when they realised that their injury was causing them financial losses.
If you have been seriously injured in an accident it may mean that you have to take time away from work. Sometimes this can be for a short period of time, anything from one day to a week; however, for more serious injuries you may need to take an extended absence from work while you recover or recuperate. In some instances you may even have to take retirement on medical grounds if you are unable to return to normal duties.
In such a case your solicitor in Kent will be able to help you claim not just for compensation for injury, but for loss of earnings as well.
Date Published: 23rd April 2014
Author: David Brown