Injury Claims Solicitors - helping you towards a full recovery
If you’ve been injured, and that injury was someone else’s fault (whether they meant it or not, and whether they were fully or partly to blame) then the law entitles you to seek a compensation payment to help you with how your injury has affected your life.
With Advantage Law specialist personal injury solicitors, your first advice is free – and if your injury claim isn’t successful then you don’t have to pay us a fee for our services.
The benefits of taking legal advice for personal injury claims
Making a personal injury claim can seem like a very intimidating path to tread but, in the hands of a good solicitor, the claim process should be a smooth one that gives you some welcome peace of mind.
Please don’t suffer alone. We’re here to help and we’re on your side.
You can rest assured that with Advantage Law your injury solicitor will deal with the other party at all times, so you needn’t worry about anything, not even a legal bill, because Advantage Law provide personal injury assistance on a ‘No Win - No Fee’ basis.
Just tell us where and how the accident happened, perhaps it was an accident at work or a car accident; and tell us about your personal injuries so we can help you understand whether or not you have a claim for compensation.
A No Win - No Fee Personal Injury Solicitor will assess your claim on its merits with the information you provide, and determine how successful your injury claim is likely to be.
98% of our Personal Injury Claims are funded through a Conditional Fee Agreement, which is more commonly known as a No Win, No Fee agreement.
Our expert solicitors are well aware of the tactics that insurance companies can use to contest personal injury claims. We use all our combined legal expertise to get the best possible results for people injured in accidents, through no fault of their own.
We can provide immediate legal representation and rehabilitation support anywhere in the UK.
What is a Personal Injury Claim?
A personal injury claim is a legal process used to recover financial compensation for anyone who has suffered a personal injury through no fault of their own.
There are many different types of personal injury claims – including those arising from road traffic accidents, whiplash injuries, accidents at work or in public places, slips and trips and accidents abroad or on holiday.
If you have suffered a personal injury through no fault of your own, you may be able to claim two types of compensation. These are known as general damages and special damages.
What are General Damages?
General damages are paid as a lump sum to compensate you for the pain, suffering and loss of amenity suffered by you as a result of your accident.
The actual amount you may receive is decided by the court and depends on how much of an impact your accident has had upon your life in terms of the severity of your injuries and the extent of your symptoms or disability.
What are Special Damages?
Special damages account for any proven past and future expenses you may have incurred as a direct consequence of your accident.
These commonly include loss of earnings as well as any medical and rehabilitation treatment, care and medication costs, travel expenditure, vehicle repairs and damage to clothing or personal belongings.
Free Initial Advice
Call Advantage Law on +44 (0) 121 514 7111 or request a free call-back using our Contact Form to get Free Initial Advice.
Speaking to our friendly legal assistants over the phone can clarify exactly what you’re aiming to achieve, and precisely how we can help you achieve a positive resolution.
So get in touch now, there’s no risk, no charge and no obligation.
Legal Expert Consultation
After your Free Initial Advice, you might wish to take advantage of our Legal Expert Consultation service, which is a face-to-face meeting with one of our lawyers to discuss your circumstances in much more detail. This option is a reassuring face-to-face meeting with a lawyer who will give you legal advice on your situation. This session is designed to answer any questions, clarify your rights and give expert guidance.