If you have been injured in an accident that was somebody else’s fault and you are thinking about making a claim, it is absolutely crucial that you receive sound legal advice so that you may make an informed decision and the right decision for you and your family.
However, choosing a solicitor is not always straightforward. For instance, most people struggle to differentiate the different levels of service that law firms offer, and we have found that few people know where to start their search for first-class legal representation.
To help you solve these challenges, below we have provided information on resources that will help you find a trustworthy solicitor.
UK Claim Lawyers : You should always consider UK Claim Lawyers for your legal representation. We are a law firm with our own in-house solicitors, and we operate a free and no obligation claims helpline which can be reached on 0808 250 4086. Our helpline is staffed by experienced and compassionate claims advisors who can answer all your claims-related questions.
You can also get a pay-out quote by visiting https://ukclaimlawyers.co.uk/ and inputting basic details about your accident. Use this tool to get a quote for your claim and to make contact with one of our experienced accident claims advisors.
SRA Roll of Solicitors : The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) is the regulatory body for solicitors in England and Wales. Solicitors practicing in England and Wales must be admitted to the SRA Roll of Solicitors, and you can use this database to perform background checks on any solicitors who you come into contact with. All you need to do so is a solicitor’s SRA ID number, and you can check whether a law firm is regulated by the SRA by using their law firm search tool.
If you are unsure about any solicitor’s or law firm’s credentials, we strongly recommend you consult the Solicitors Regulation Authority. Unfortunately, there are rogue law firms out there, and you should always be wary of people who cannot provide proof of who they are.
Citizens Advice : If you want impartial general advice about making a claim and the personal injury claims process, try Citizens Advice. Citizens Advice is a network of 316 independent charities who offer free advice to consumers on a wide range of issues. Their personal injury section is a good source of information with advice on finding a trustworthy solicitor.
For the best legal advice, however, you should always consult a law firm or a lawyer who specialises in your kind of accident or injuries.