|Every year, millions of people are injured or have accidents. Its human nature! One human injuring another by various means due to negligence! Within cars, on the streets, in the shopping mall, possibly anywhere and everywhere! And the first thing they do is look for a no win no fee solicitor. |
Fortunately there is a huge number to choose from, but choosing the right one the first time round is a problem or should I say becomes a problem.
Fair enough, a solicitor has to do the job otherwise he doesn't get paid and so don't you.
So how many solicitor firms do you think there are?
Hundreds if not thousands...
Okay now let me rephrase the question, how many 'quality' solicitors are there?
... ... ??
Exactly, now that's where the problem lies, finding good, quality solicitors.
Search anywhere on the internet, Google, Yahoo, MSN? You will find thousands of pages listed with solicitor firms, but which one are you going to choose. Even take a look at claim management companies that handle compensation claims for solicitors. The number is exponential every year.
How many chances do you think you'll get to 'correctly' pursue with a personal injury claim?
Not 2, or maybe 3! One and ONLY one chance! You have one chance to get this right. If it's right 'perfect', otherwise you're going to be in a worse position than you originally started off with.
Look for what the no win no fee solicitor can do for you. Is he doing it for your best interest or is he just making money for his firm? Sounds stupid, but these are simple questions that will help you with your claim for compensation.
• Is it a reputable firm?
• What’s their service like?
• What are their business/service ethics?
• Do they have a code of practice in place?
• What's their success rate?
A quality no win no fee solicitor should –
• provide you a professional, expert and approved service
• provide a 0ne-on-one personalised service
• provide you with a hassle free, peace of mind service
• pay you money which are entitled to, by law
• give you powerful advice on what steps to take
• provide you everything in black & white, without misleading
• not rest until you gain maximum compensation
• keep you informed of actions taken, responding directly with you
Make no mistake about choosing a no win no fee solicitor. Ask as many questions as you like and when you give them a personal injury case, they work for you not the other way round. Now get out there and start...
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