Our friendly, professional and helpful team here at Marlow Braide Solicitors in Stockport know that many folk are often slightly reluctant to approach a solicitor on those occasions when they really should. This can be for a range of reasons and feelings, but these can hold people back at a time when they need, and deserve, professional help.
To give you an idea of our services, we thought that, in this blog post, we would list five of the most common questions people first ask us, ones that we can generally answer with “yes we can” before getting into the detail. So here goes:
“Can you help me when I’m the innocent and injured party in a road traffic accident?”
Yes we can – and we can help with key areas such as gaining a replacement vehicle if yours has been damaged, and gaining access to rehabilitation services after any injury, whether physical or psychological, to pedestrian victims.
“Can you help me when I believe I’ve been unfairly dismissed at work?”
Yes we can – and we can fully investigate the manner of your dismissal, and whether required procedure has been followed. We also help many people check all their rights if they have been made redundant.
“Can you help with a holiday gone bad?”
Yes we can – we can help deal with illness perhaps caused by contaminated or poorly prepared food, and injuries suffered abroad, such as slipping or tripping on hotel premises. We have also helped with in-flight and excursion injuries.
“Can you help where I feel I’m the victim of medical negligence?”
Yes we can – we look at many cases to assess whether the level of care has fallen below the accepted standard, and how this has contributed to injuries or conditions that patients have suffered.
“Can you help me recover a debt?”
Yes we can, and this also includes many commercial disputes.
Do any of the above apply to you or someone you know? If so, it is always worthwhile to contact a solicitor – you can call us on 0161 474 0628. We will always offer honest and straightforward advice. There’s an old saying: “If you don’t ask, you don’t get”. Sadly, it’s still true, in the areas we’ve highlighted here, that many people are reluctant to ask!