Your guide to solicitors in Tenbury Wells
Many people suffer from being involved in accidents, and do nothing about it. Did you realise that two and a half million people in the United Kingdom are the victims of accidents every year through no fault of their own, and that only a third actually claim compensation? It may seem astounding but it is a fact. If you have suffered an accident then don’t be a statistic. If you want to make a claim, make yourself familiar with the workings of solicitors in Tenbury Wells.
Some little known facts about claims for compensation
- Only 6% of the British population understand their legal rights to make a compensation claim
- 19% of accident sufferers would have no idea how to start a claim and who to speak to
- Making a claim can potentially highlight a dangerous situation that may put others at risk
- Making a claim can be easy and straightforward, and there is plenty of help and support available to you
Many people injured in accidents that were not their fault do not understand their rights under law, and are often afraid to make a claim for fear of feeling like a fraud. Being injured in an accident that was not your fault means that you are entitled, by law, to make a compensation claim. This is so that you can not only receive compensation for your injuries and any lost wages and expenses that have been created as a result; but also to bring to justice the people responsible and make them liable for their actions.
Making a claim does not have to cost you
New legislation means that there is no longer legal aid available for accident victims, but many solicitors, including Accident Advice Helpline, offer a no win no fee* policy. This takes away much of the risk, and can really put your mind at ease.
If you want to make a claim through solicitors in Tenbury Wells and would like more information, then you should speak to our advisors at Accident Advice Helpline. With over fourteen years experience in the claims field, we can offer you the very best legal advice. Call us on 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. The line is open twenty four hours a day, seven days a week. The call places you under no obligation so you are free to discuss your circumstances and what your potential for making a successful claim is before you make any decision.
Call us today and find out what you could be entitled to.
Date Published: 15th December 2014
Author: David Brown