Thousands of pounds of possible compensation remain unclaimed each year because accident victims have not sought legal advice.
You should seek advice from an expert - a Solicitor who specialises in personal injury claims; ideally a member of the Law Society Personal Injury Panel or the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers. At Cycle Aid we are all specialists in personal injury litigation and are members of both specialist organisations. A Barrister may be consulted at a later stage in your claim. If there is a need for expert second opinion on a complex legal issue or on the evidence to be brought if your case is prepared for trial. A Barrister will also present your case in Court.
Advice received from friends, colleagues at work, neighbours or even Police Officers who are trained in criminal law but not civil law should not be relied upon. Every case turns of its own facts and every case is different. The advice you receive from Cycle Aid will be provided by a legally trained adviser experienced in obtaining relevant information and who has an understanding of the interpretation of your information as evidence.