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Serious Injury Compensation Solicitors

Transferring your serious injury claim

Transferring your claim to another solicitor

Choosing a serious injury solicitor can be difficult. You want to be sure that the person dealing with your claim has the skills and knowledge to deal with your claim to the very best of their ability. Unfortunately, sometimes this doesn’t happen and people can become frustrated with the situation and how their claim is developing.

If you are in this situation, it can be very easy to transfer your claim to another solicitor who has the expertise to truly investigate your case, whilst helping you to gain the support and treatment you need to get you onto the road to recovery. We’ve looked at some common questions asked by people who are thinking about transferring their claim to another solicitor.

You should not just stay with your solicitor because it is convenient, but find the solicitor who is most suited to helping you, and has particular expertise in your injury and can truly understand the difficulties you face.

At CFG Law we have over 30 years’ experience helping people after they have suffered a serious, life changing injury. Our compassionate solicitors are here for you and your family every step of the way. We put your needs at the heart of everything we do. To speak to us about transferring your serious injury claim, call 0800 612 8196 (open 24 hours) or fill in your details online, and one of our dedicated team will call you back.

Transferring your claim

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