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It costs absolutely nothing to contact us and you’re not obliged to continue with a claim even when we believe you are eligible for compensation.
We understand that some clients are hesitant to speak to us as they feel that they’ll be asked lots of questions that they will be unable to answer and this may be off putting. Needless to say we will need to take some facts from you to find out if we can help and of course the more details you have the better, but the vast majority of new enquiries we receive have very little details at hand and still most of the time we are able to offer some assistance. Our lawyers possess a great deal of expertise in working with personal injury claims and can often have access to resources not available to the average person so even when you cannot find specific information about your personal injury, there is every chance that we will.
It could be nearly impossible to attempt to answer the question of who can claim on our site since every case is unique and should be assessed on its own merits. The only way we can genuinely and precisely tell you if you may have a claim is if you contact us and let us assess the circumstances. The quicker you take action the sooner you can find out if you may be eligible to compensation.
Just before you contact us, do any of the following apply to you?
Below eighteen years? If you’re below 18 years old you are classified as a minor by the Courts and we’ll be unable to consider instructions straight from you. You will need to ask a litigation friend to speak to us on your behalf, this may be a dad or mum or member of the family but it does not have to be. So long as the individual you ask get in touch with us is over 18 and they’ve got your authorization to talk about your details with us, we are able to help.
Are you living outside England and Wales? Our solicitors are allowed to practice in England and Wales. To be able to provide the most effective service to our clients we’ve forged connections with solicitors firms in Scotland and Northern Ireland and if suitable we’ll pass on your details to our colleagues in these locations, should it be suitable to do so along with your permission.
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