How Our Specialist Lawyers in Chesterfield Can Help You
If you are entitled to seek financial compensation as a result of a personal injury, then Accident Advice Helpline’s specialist lawyers in Chesterfield may be able to help you.
No matter what type of accident or incident you have been involved in, if you have been negatively affected by the actions of another person, and have suffered a personal injury as a result, then our law firm will do all they can to make sure that you get the maximum amount of compensation that you are entitled to.
Our solicitors can help you by arguing your case and helping to prove that liability for your accident, and resulting injuries, lies in the hands of another third party. While you may have a good indication that morally speaking the accident itself was caused by someone else, the law does not always work on this basis. It is because of this that we advise using the services of a fully qualified solicitor, one from our law firm, to help advocate on your behalf.
Our solicitors will be able to look at the available evidence, and determine whether or not this is likely to be suitable to prove that you are not to blame for your accident, and that the person who you are making a claim against is. If they are found to be liable, whether solely or partially, then it is against this person that a claim will be made.
Could you Make a Claim?
To find out whether or not you could make a claim for compensation why not take our 30 second test today? Not only can we confirm if one of our solicitors at our law firm can help you make a claim for compensation, but we can also give you a good indication of how much compensation you could actually be entitled to.
How Much Could you Get?
The amount of compensation you are likely to receive will be dependent on a number of different things. Although our 30 second test can give you a good indication of what you could be entitled to, it is important for you to realise that it is simply a guess-timate at this stage.
Your solicitor at our law firm will be able to give you a better idea as your claim progresses and the evidence available has been assessed. The amount of compensation you are likely to be awarded can be affected adversely if you are found to be partially responsible for the accident, or have made your injuries worse. For example, a road traffic accident may have been caused by someone else, but your injuries could have been lessened if you had been wearing a seat belt at the time of the accident.
Please contact us today to seek free, no obligation advice from one of our customer representatives. Just dial 0800 689 0500 from your land line, or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile.
Date Published: 6th August 2014
Author: David Brown