If you have had an accident and been injured, you may have insurance cover for the cost of instructing a solicitor that you didn’t even know you had.
Most of us hold some form of insurance – household (buildings or contents), medical, car, holiday – the list is endless.
Many such policies have Legal Expenses Insurance (LEI) as an add-on, often buried in the small print. If you need to make a personal injury claim following an accident, LEI is one way of funding your claim.
Others are “no win – no fee” and, in Scotland, Legal Aid.
There can also be similar cover through bank accounts, credit cards and bank / organisation memberships.
Some of us at Moray Claims / Grigor & Young are members of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) and they have produced a helpful downloadable pamphlet which includes discussion about these issues.
How we can help
We can help you determine whether this type of funding – or any of the others – would be available to help you pursue a claim for personal injuries. Get in touch with us for a free, no-obligation chat.