Frequently asked questions
We mostly focus on car accident cases in which people have been injured. If you were injured as a result of someone else’s negligence, we know exactly what to do to help you out through this difficult time and ensure you get the compensation that you deserve
Most of our cases are taken on a no win no fee basis which means that you do not have to pay us anything unless you win!
Every client asks us this question. However, it is not possible to tell you how much will be compensated until your medical records are finalized.
We believe that clients have to feel comfortable with their lawyer and that is why we offer no risk free consultation. You will decide whether you feel we are the right firm for you and if so, we are happy to get to work on your claim.
We contact you every time there is significant progress on your case. You are also always welcome to contact us and we will update you on the progress on your case within 48 hours.
You can contact our office by email or telephone. You can also fill out our contact form and one of our personal injury lawyers will contact you within 24 hours.
Yes, you really need a lawyer to handle your personal injury claim for you. Do not trust the insurance companies to have your best interest in mind. The Accident Lawyers have the knowledge and experience necessary to take on the insurance companies and get the maximum compensation for you.
Yes. If you wait too long, it may be too late to recover compensation for your injuries. Typically you have 2 years from the date of the accident to make a claim for compensation but there are some exceptions. Do not wait until it’s too late and contact us today.
You should check in with your personal injury lawyer every 3-6 months if nothing has changed in your situation. However, if something has changed with your health or diagnosis, or you are seeing a new medical practitioner, update your lawyer straight away. Your lawyer should also know if your circumstances change such as you go back to work or you stop working because your injury has worsen.
No Risk Free Consultation
Contingency Fee Agreements