Road Traffic Accident Claims Lawyers Manchester – Bury & Prestwich
How to Make a Claim
The first step in making a personal injury claim is to contact one of our expert road traffic accident solicitors, who are on hand to discuss your accident and assess the nature of your claim. After taking details about the accident, any injuries suffered and other relevant information, your lawyer will advise on the best way to proceed in your case. We will take the lead in progressing your claim as swiftly as possible, from contacting the other party or parties involved, to calculating damages and representing you during negotiations regarding a settlement.
What Information Will I Need to Provide?
At the initial stage of your claim, all you will need to provide our personal injury team with details about the accident and the injuries you have sustained, your registration (and those of the other party if possible) and the location at which the accident occurred. We appreciate that this can be difficult and you might not remember every detail – but as much information you can provide the better. At this stage, our lawyers will be able to assess your claim and advise you on the best way to proceed.
How Can the Personal Injury Solicitors at Aubrey Isaacson Help me to Claim Compensation?
Your solicitor will contact the other party on your behalf to inform them that a claim for compensation is underway. We will take care of everything, progressing your claim as swiftly and efficiently as possible and keep you updated throughout. We have a proven track record achieving settlements early without the need for drawn out and expensive court action, getting you the compensation you deserve, fast. Speak with one of our lawyers today.
Our local Personal Injury Solicitors Philip Cohen & Joanne Rogerson have many years of experience helping people locally and across the UK to claim compensation for serious accidents and injuries and we can help you too.
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