By carefully choosing who handles a claim and speaking in-depth with them prior to going ahead with it, both time and money can be saved as well as a reassurance gained that the most suitable solicitors are working on a case.
Leeds, West Yorkshire (PRWEB UK) 28 February 2013
The article has been released in an attempt to make the process of choosing a solicitor and starting the process of making a claim that little bit easier and straightforward, and to offer clear guidance as to why it makes more sense to go directly to a law firm as opposed to through a claims management company.
With the number of injury claims being made in the UK rising on an annual basis, Claims.com have put together advice on initiating the process and on what is arguably the most difficult and confusing stage of the claim. With claims management companies being advertised heavily across all forms of media, many victims of accidents assume that these are the best solution as far as making a claim goes and do not look elsewhere. As a matter of fact, by going through a claims management company, all that is being done is that a middleman is being added and, in turn, extra cost and parties involved. With this in mind, it makes much more sense to approach an SRA regulated law firm with regards to a claim as opposed to a claims management company.
The article issued by Claims.com highlights the importance of approaching solicitors directly as opposed to claims management companies, highlighting the benefits and increased reassurance to be had from doing so. In addition, the law firm have outlined why it’s almost essential to use only solicitors who work solely on a no-win, no-fee basis as opposed to those who request an up-front fee for their services and why anyone considering making a claim should be provided with all of the necessary information to make an informed decision on proceeding.
Claims.com’s Marketing Director, Paul Coulter, commented on the release of the article, stating, “we wanted to give some guidance to those considering making a personal injury claim as to what we feel the main things to take into account are. By carefully choosing who handles a claim and speaking in-depth with them prior to going ahead with it, both time and money can be saved as well as a reassurance gained that the most suitable solicitors are working on a case.”
To read the article in full and to find out more about Claims.com and the claim types which are handled, click here.