Need free legal guidance about any aspect of injury, accident negligence or compensation claim?
Injury Watch - the accident claims experts can help. We provide free legal assistance to people seeking compensation advice on any aspect of personal injury, accident or negligence claim. Whether your accident took place in the street, at work, in a private premises or on the road, our solicitors will answer your questions free of charge. We are accredited by the Association of British Insurers and the British Insurance Brokers Association (BIBA).
It couldn't be easier - three quick steps to answering your accident or injury compensation claim question
- ask your question using the form provided
- one of our lawyers will respond to you personally by email (usually within the day)
- we will anonymise the question and publish the answer online for the benefit of others in a similar predicament, but only if you give us specific permission to do so
- No Win No Fee policy
Injury Watch - the accident claims experts aims to counter the myth that a 'compensation culture' exists in Britain today and to presses for the rights of victims to receive the compensation due to them.
Our staff of qualified specialist personal injury solicitors will discuss your accident on the telephone at no cost to you and advise you of the best way of making your claim. Whether you win or lose you won't pay us a penny and your compensation will be paid in full with no deductions.
Law Society is a private members' Society for local Solicitors and Barristers. We are unable to offer legal advice to members of the public and our services, including the Law Library, are only available to subscription paying members. However, the following information should be of use to private individuals.
Pain describes the physical pain you have experienced due to the accident. Suffering is predominantly the mental aspect you may have experienced after an accident, perhaps more easily understood as the understandable anxiety, fear, stress and embarrassment that can follow from being injured unexpectedly.
This involves us acting on behalf of the Executors to the Will [or on behalf of the Administrators of the estate if there is no Will] in gathering details of the assets and liabilities of the deceased’s estate.