From watching the evening news or reading the papers, you might get the impression that people who fall victim to workplace accidents can only make a claim by heading to one of the UK’s big cities. Experienced city law firms with specialist knowledge certainly might be a more appropriate channel through which to make a claim than the local high street solicitors in Woofferton, but this should be no barrier if you have been the victim of an accident or injury that wasn’t your fault.
Alternatives to claiming through high street solicitors in Woofferton
While high street solicitors in Woofferton or nearby towns might be great for some areas of law, they are not so good for others. There is certainly some truth to the argument that making a compensation claim after an accident that was someone else’s fault is far easier through Accident Advice Helpline than it would be through a smaller practice.
What’s more, considering the ease of making a claim through Accident Advice Helpline online or over the phone, you could almost see the specialist law firm as digital solicitors in Woofferton. Making a claim for an accident that was somebody else’s fault really couldn’t be easier than with us.
After an accident, why make a claim?
There are, of course, financial benefits to making a claim. Accident Advice Helpline have an online 30-second test compensation calculator which tells you to how much you could be entitled if you claim. There are other reasons to make a claim as well; the victims of accidents caused by negligence of other people have a right to be compensated and recognised, just as those people who cause accidents have a duty not to do so.
Making a claim is not a difficult, costly, or stressful process. Accident Advice Helpline have a no win no fee arrangement, which means that making a claim will not cause you unintended financial costs. It is probably quicker to find out what you could claim than walking down the street to the nearest solicitors in Woofferton, and easier to make a claim through Accident Advice Helpline than making a high street appointment.
These factors considered, the question stops being ‘why claim?’ and starts to look more like ‘why wouldn’t you claim?’