Road injuries you have a fighting chance with a solicitor

Need a solicitor?

An accident can happen at any time and usually when you least expect it. Road injuriesUnless a person has suffered serious road injuries they may never really know or fully understand what another person is going through.

The pain of road injuries is bad enough but on top of that, accident victims have the emotional trauma and devastation of what’s happened to them. Then, there is also the fear and anxiety of how the injuries will heal and whether or not they will have a permanent impact on physical health or mobility. And to top it all there is the financial impact of their injuries.

A person with road injuries may not be able to return to work. There may be a decrease in income and medical bills to worry about. These are a lot of changes to deal with all at once and it’s a harrowing time for anyone in such a position. This person may require a solicitor.

When a person has suffered road injuries they may be entitled to accidents compensation or injury compensation. This accidents compensation will assist you on the road to recovery whatever your medical or rehabilitation needs.

Car accidents across Australia occur on the road and different laws apply in each State or Territory. As the laws are different you will need a solicitor who specialises in your specific region. There are schemes in all States and Territories to cover injuries arising from uninsured and unknown vehicles.

What will a solicitor do for you?

A solicitor will obtain accidents compensation to make sure you get the accidents compensation you deserve!

Your solicitor will take care of all the accidents compensation paperwork. Preparing your claim with a list of scheduled items you are claiming. This list of items will include all losses past, present and future forecasted losses. Accidents compensation claims will be require all the necessary supporting documents. A solicitor will then submit your claim to the insurance company. All communications will need a response and your solicitor will take care of all forms of communications.

A solicitor will represent you in negotiations and negotiate your claim on your behalf.  Most solicitors settle injury compensation claims out of Court. These out of Court settlements account for 95% of injury compensation claims. However, in cases of unsettled claims your solicitor will begin the litigation process.

Once the litigation process has begun, your solicitor will continue to negotiate your accidents compensation claim.  This means they will prepare your case for trial, mediation and arbitration.

Many solicitors who take on your accidents compensation case will act on a no win no fee basis. To be connected to a no win no fee solicitor you can contact an injury helpline such as the Australian Injury Helpline.

No win no fee usually means there are no costs or fees to worry about until the end of your claim. Costs and fees are only once you have received your compensation.

A solicitor will only take your accidents injuries compensation claim on a no win no fee basis is they are confident you will win. Also they won’t take it on if it is not in your best interests financially to do so.

A solicitor has a duty to prepare a good case and preparation is key. Building a solid case with supporting reports and statements will ensure success.

Work with your solicitor to get the best results for you. Always be honest, provide all the facts to the best of your knowledge and attend appointments on time. Particularly keep all appointments with medical specialists such as physiotherapists as this is critical to your health and your road injuries claim. To discuss your matter with a solicitor call 1300 430 834.

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