An Accident at work can be devastating to many of us, especially if you suffer from a personal injury as a result. It’s well documented throughout multiple media sources that many of us live on the breadline, and as result, the average British family is now 3 payslips away from homelessness. An accident at work often means that financial problems can become very profound issues for absolutely anyone. The price of living nowadays means that money which is normally put away for emergencies quite frankly doesn’t exist.
No doubt many of us have seen commercials on TV which boast a “no win, no fee” alongside some very sketchy themes which can often seem more for the sake of grabbing fast cash than actual issues. It’s a very sad thing to see that a lot of victims of work-related accidents often feel that they’re wrong to claim compensation when it’s very much needed due to the claims culture these companies seem more than pleased to promote.
With televised no win, no fee advertisements, you won’t actually deal with the named solicitor. You’ll be forwarded to solicitors offices that pay a premium rate to be promised work from these companies, and often they’re miles upon miles away from you which means lengthy telephone conversations, and never really knowing when your claim will be settled, as you’re dealing with a firm which is rather far away. That and cold calls for the rest of your foreseeable days.
It doesn’t have to be that way.
If you’re looking to pursue Personal Injury North Wales or Chester, Swayne Johnson Solicitors are based within Llandudno, Denbigh, St Asaph, Ruthin, Bangor, and Tattenhall. They’re a reputable office with a number of talented solicitors which can offer you a range of things that huge companies can’t. They offer a local, friendly service. They can assist you with all manner of concerns pertaining to your injury and can pursue things on your behalf based on their meeting with you.
Furthermore, they’re there for you for the long term – whether you make a full recovery or whether you’re left with long-term symptoms.
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