Whether you’re checking out the solicitors in East Cowes or simply combing through a list of solicitors that a Google search is brought up for you, the one thing of which you need to be sure is that the solicitor you choose has got the right depth of knowledge and experience with the type of injury claim you are about to make.
Our expertise is our pride and joy
Here at Accident Advice Helpline, if there’s one thing on which we pride ourselves it’s the huge amount of expertise that our company has access to, through the 200 specialist injury claim lawyers that we employ. They enable us to offer our industry-leading no win no fee services to anybody, no matter what sort of injury they suffered, just as long as the blame for that injury can be attributed to a third party.
The extent of our injury claim expertise
Because of the huge knowledge base to which we have access, there is virtually no limit to the number of different injuries and injury scenarios for which we handle claims, including things like:
- Slips, trips and falls (on level ground);
- Falls from height;
- Whiplash injury;
- Repetitive strain injury;
- Musculoskeletal injury;
- Chronic food poisoning;
- Occupational-related diseases;
- Psychological injury;
- Clinical negligence injury; and
- Burn and scald injuries.
The importance of apportioning the blame to a third party
Above are just a few examples of the types of injuries for which we’ve handled claims in the past, but this list is by no means exhaustive. It includes injuries that have been sustained in the home, in the workplace, on the nation’s roads and while people are holidaying — any and every scenario you can imagine, just as long as the blame for the injury is attributable to a third party.
The rule is the same for solicitors in East Cowes and us here at Accident Advice Helpline
Whether you use solicitors in East Cowes, or us here at Accident Advice Helpline, the point about the apportionment of blame remains the same. It has to lie with a third party, or there can be no claim.
Simplifying the valuation process
The amount of compensation that is assigned to any particular injury is governed by a publication entitled “Guidelines for the Assessment of General Damages in Personal Injury Cases,” which is compiled by the Judicial College. These guidelines are quite difficult for the uninitiated to be able to apply in the correct manner. We’ve therefore simplified the process by creating our compensation calculator, which can be found on our website’s homepage. Based on four pieces of information that you supply, and the data contained in said guidelines, the calculator will estimate the amount of compensation you may be due. The whole process only takes 30 seconds.
For help and advice
Should you need any help or advice regarding our no win no fee, service as recommended by Esther Rantzen, please contact our free helpline on 0800 689 0500 when using a landline, or if you’re using your mobile call 0333 500 0993.