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Personal Injury Law - A Dorset Solicitors Perspective

19th May 2010
By annstar in Personal Injury
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If you have suffered an injury that wasn't your fault you'll know how traumatic this can be. Your immediate concern is naturally your own health and well being and, it is not until after the event, that you start to think about the legal considerations. In due course however, you will need a solicitor that you can trust, who is informative and supportive and, who will fight your corner.

Solicitors that employ specialist personal injury lawyers are highly skilled when unravelling the consequences of accident cases, no matter what type of injury that has been suffered. From road accidents, to accidents at work, or incidents in a public place, positive and informative advice is available from local solicitors Bournemouth. Many people are surprised when they discover that they could make a substantial claim due to the injuries suffered as a result of an accident.

Most personal injury lawyers work on a no win, no fee basis. This means that they must invest a substantial amount of time into preparatory work in the lead up to making a claim, with a belief that, it will produce a judgement in their client's favour. Only if the case is successful, can they recover their costs. These costs can be borne because Personal Injury is only a part of solicitor Dorset business, and other departments concentrate on property, both residential and commercial and a whole range of private client services.

In conclusion a personal injury claim should be considered if an accident or incident has caused pain and suffering to an individual or affected their day to day lives. Most common injuries result from car crashes, such as whiplash, head injuries from a trip or fall and, other accidents that have occurred in a public place or in a place of work.

It is essential to present clear and accurate information when you are thinking of pursuing a legal matter, whether this is a personal injury case or any other issue. Most solicitors, such as solicitors Bournemouth, are prepared to give some free initial advice, or offer a short ‘no obligation' meeting, which will help you to decide whether to proceed or not.
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