Training to be a no win no fee* Clutton-on-the-Mendips
There is several years of training involved in becoming a lawyer, much studying with no guarantee of a job at the end of it. As with many professions, being academically able is not enough, they also have to be dedicated and have the commitment to work hard. They need to have good communication and problem solving skills to stand any chance of qualifying as a no win no fee* Clutton-on-the-Mendips lawyer.
Once they have qualified they can decide if they want to work in general law, or specialise in a particular field.
What happens after they qualify as a no win no fee* Clutton-on-the-Mendips lawyer
After they have qualified they need to gain experience in their chosen sector of the law and at Accident Advice Helpline ours have many years of experience in making personal injury claims.
Experience cannot be replaced and helps ensure that your claim has the expertise and knowledge attached to it for the best chance of success.
How they apply this experience, expertise and knowledge
Now they are qualified and have experience, they use their expertise and knowledge to provide the access to justice which UK law says victims are entitled to if they have been injured in an accident that was not their fault.
Every accident, every injury and every victim is unique and they will treat each personal injury claim as the unique entity it is. They work, quickly and efficiently and keep as much of the stress associated with a claim, away from you.
No win no fee* Clutton-on-the-Mendips lawyers at Accident Advice Helpline
The 1999 Finance Act extended the use of the conditional fee agreement to cover claims and this came into force in April 2000. Better known as no win no fee*, suddenly all blameless victims could make a claim because their financial situation no longer mattered.
At the time the media speculated that there would be a rush of personal injury claims, but that did not materialise and the amount of claims filed rose by very little. It is only as victims have become more aware of their legal rights that the numbers have started to increase.
If you believe you have a genuine claim give the team a call today on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: 17th February 2014
Author: David Brown