Insurance companies are increasingly trying to encourage claimants to claim direct from them, rather than involve a lawyer. They claim that they can provide the same compensation without any deduction for legal fees. Independent research has shown that those who claim with the assistance of an independent solicitor recover up to three times the compensation recovered by those who claim direct through an insurance company.
So that is a good reason to hire a lawyer to act on your behalf, but why choose Ross Aldridge Solicitors?
We have the largest High Street presence in England and Wales operating in over 100 towns and cities and we specialise in acting for victims of accidents. This is the only kind of work we do. All of the lawyers engaged by Ross Aldridge Solicitors are highly trained and highly motivated to get the best results for you.
Being the victim of an accident or negligent medical treatment is traumatic enough so the last thing you need is to worry about the legal process of making a claim or the cost involved. At the outset, you will receive a clear explanation of the legal work required, how long it may take and the cost. There will be no hidden costs and you will be kept regularly informed of the progress of your case.
In personal injury cases no fees are charged if you lose and if you win the insurance company for the guilty party pays most of your fees. We promise to limit the shortfall to a maximum 25% of your compensation so you will always receive a minimum of 75% of your compensation.*
For medical negligence cases the shortfall on our fees will be a maximum of one third so you will always receive a minimum of two thirds of the award.
Many firms will charge you for an insurance policy as well as taking a proportion of your compensation. We do not. THERE ARE NO HIDDEN EXTRAS.
The service will always be tailored to meet your specific requirements. You can choose the way you wish to communicate, either by email, phone or fax, and your lawyers will work closely with you to achieve the best result for you.
*Terms and conditions apply.