If you feel that you have cause to make a claim following an accident or injury that wasn’t your fault, call our team on 0800 808 9740. Or complete ouronline contact formto arrange a telephone consultation.
Personal Injury Compensation Claims Types
We deal with a wide range of accident compensation cases. In order for your injury claim to be successful, it is important that negligence from another person or body can be clearly established.
Millions of people are injured each year in accidents on the roads, in the home, at work, on the street, at school, in the office or in hospital. If you have been injured in a similar situation as a result of an accident that wasn’t your fault, you could be entitled to compensation.
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Our team of solicitors will be able to assist you throughout the legal process. To begin with, we can provide you with an indication of whether or not your claim will be successful and an idea of how much compensation you will receive. After taking on your case, our experienced solicitors will remove the stress and worry the legal process can sometimes bring and will keep you informed at every stage.
Call our team on 0800 808 9740 to discuss the details of your potential claim.
What Is The Process For Making A Claim For Personal Injury?
The initial stage of an injury or accident claim is identifying that you would like to begin the legal process. If you are uncertain, you can speak to us for advice.
Once there is demonstrable evidence to prove third party negligence then your solicitor can handle your case.
Information will be required from you and the more you can give, the better. Sometimes it is not feasible to gain every specific detail due to the nature of your accident or injury. However, it is useful to have some information at hand, including where and when your accident took place, details of any witnesses (if appropriate) and details of medical records are important.
Sometimes your solicitor will organise a medical assessment to further clarify your injuries.
Other supporting documents include receipts for medical assistance you have paid for, records of travel expenses and/or proof of loss of income.
Complexities can arise in some cases. For example, it can be challenging to prove negligence in some industrial illness cases because the injury was acquired decades earlier. If this is true in your case, having an experienced lawyer who keeps you informed throughout the process will help ease any worries.
First Personal Injury operates on a no win, no fee basis. We are here to help you through the legal process and aim to make it as stress-free as possible. To begin your compensation claim you’ll need to have a free, no-obligation conversation with a member of our friendly team. Get started here.
*Please note – With regards to No Win No Fee - In limited circumstances, fees may be charged when your accident claim is not successful. These specific limited circumstances will be explained to you by your Solicitor.
The Citizen's Advice Bureau says it's our "civil and legal right" to make an accident claim. But 69% of us don't make an accident claim. Don't miss out on what's rightfully yours.
First Personal Injury is a trading name of Jefferies Solicitors Limited. Jefferies Solicitors is a limited company registered in England and Wales under registered number - 07451340.
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