Surrey Heath is the name given to a government district in Surrey. It is also referred to as a borough. It exists in the far north-western part of the county. Around 87,500 people were calculated to live in the area a couple of years ago. With a population of this level, it may not be too tricky to locate Surrey Heath accident claim solicitors following an accident in the area.
Fortunately, accidents of all kinds are rare, even though we tend to hear about them quite a lot. This is good to know because it means you may never have an opportunity to even think about contacting a solicitor with this speciality. However, since you are reading this article, that could prove incorrect.
How to make an accident claim
The first thing to be aware of is that accident claims generally have to be brought within three years of the accident itself. This means you don’t have to worry about making a claim immediately following the incident – whatever it is that has occurred. After all, you will very likely be too focused on the injuries you sustained in the incident.
If there is a reasonable chance you could end up claiming something, it’s best to seek medical advice as soon as possible after the accident. This means something official will be on record concerning your injuries. It also means you can be checked out to confirm no serious injuries were sustained.
What is the next step?
Speaking to Surrey Heath accident claim solicitors would be a smart option in this instance, although you may find it takes a while to find the right person to deal with your claim, if you have one. It’s much easier to call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 so you can speak to someone guaranteed to have the depth of experience you’re looking for.
From there, we may pass on your details – with your permission, of course – to one of our experienced personal injury lawyers. If they confirm you have a strong case for seeking compensation for your injuries, they will take on your case on a no win, no fee basis. This assures you that you will not have any solicitors’ fees to pay in the event your case did not get the successful result you are hoping for. Call today to see whether you could claim.
Date Published: 19th October 2014
Author: David Brown