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Injury Lawyers

A personal injury lawyer is a legal professional who’s able to represent people who have suffered injuries caused due to someone else faults and helps people get the deserving compensation amount. An expert injury lawyer can also advise regarding evidence collection and medical assistance with maximum possible compensation. 

How are they different from other types of lawyers?

An injury lawyer is specialized in helping people who have been injured in an accident and people who feel worried about their recovery and finances. A personal injury lawyer can use his/her experience in getting access to the medical and care services when needed.

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Should I speak to a personal injury lawyer?

If you have suffered injuries in an accident caused by someone else fault, then you file a claim for compensation. You can get in touch with a legal adviser, who can guide you about the possibility and compensation process. After getting details, they will refer you to an expert solicitor who will recommend you to file a claim only if there is a chance of success. 

Types of injuries you can claim for

Different types of personal injuries for which compensation can be claimed are:-

Useful information to remember about accident law and injury lawyers

There’s a lot that goes into compensation

There are two types of damages considered while deciding the amount of compensation: general and special damages. General damages are the damages caused by your injury. Special damages are indirect damages like financial and emotional impacts of injury on you. 

Every case is different

Some cases are concluded easily and some take time.

Cases are usually settled out of court

More than 95% of personal injury claims are settled out of court. Hence, there are high chances of your case reaching a fast solution without the need for court proceedings.

There are time limits on when you can claim

You can file the claim only within three years of the incidence. In the case of children, this time period starts when they reach the age of 18 years and in the case of mentally disabled people, the time period starts when they regain their mental health. 

How to find an experienced specialist solicitor

There are a few ways through which you can find an experienced accredited solicitor like

Avoid companies that use spam marketing

Avoid companies that use cold calling or use unethical means to contact injured people. Such companies are purely profit-oriented and don't keep your best interests in mind.

You should never feel pressured into claiming

Some solicitors try to pressurize people into hiring them for making their claims. They even try unfair means like emotional manipulation, gifts etc to lure you. A good expert will give you fair advice and never pressurize you. 

Look for professional accreditations

You should look for solicitors with professional accreditations who is experienced, trustworthy, and has a reputation:

The Law Society

The Law Society is the biggest organization overseeing the work of personal injury lawyers in England and Wales (there are separate organizations for Scotland and Northern Ireland). The Law Society only provides accreditation to lawyers who uphold high standards of service and care.

The Law Society

Law Society Accreditation

Solicitors Regulation Authority

Association of Personal Injury Lawyers

What will my personal injury solicitor do for me?

Your injury lawyer will guide you throughout the claim process. He will help gather vital evidence, handle documentation and get you maximum compensation. Call us on for no obligation expert advice.