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5 Useful Websites When for Free Legal Advice

by benleedavis (writer), , August 07, 2014

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Advice for making informed legal choices

Legal action is a daunting prospect and most people use it as a last resort. But seeking advice can start in the comfort of your own home so you can make good informed choices.

Legal Advice should always be free. If you are asked to pay for it, walk away. If you are using the internet, starting with a good search should use the word "free". You may want to know about a good solicitor, if your injuries warrant compensation and about the legal process. These websites will answer all of your questions.

  • The Law Society
  • This is a UK site that focuses on educating people on the legal related actions.This is a well established website in the industry of soliciting, where finding a solicitor is amongst its most popular uses.

  • AvMA (Action Against Medical Accidents)
  • AvMA is a charity supporting justice and patient safety in the UK. On the site, you will get confidential support and advice. It specifically assists people who have been affected by any medical accident. As well as advice, they vet medical negligence solicitors which gives people the reassurance they can get justice from a recommended solicitor.

  • Citizens Advice Bureau
  • The Citizens Advice Bureau is a charity for the community providing free confidential independent advice. With hundreds of local bureaus, they are great for those who wish to seek face to face advice.

  • The Care Quality Commission
  • This organisation is the Independent watchdog of social and health care in England. It specifically fights for the right of those affected by services or practices in a heath care. The organization checks on various health institutions in relation to their services to the general public. You will be guided on how to choose the right health care. You will also be invited to share your experience that you had with any healthcare. If you have received poor care from any institution, or you know of a person who experienced the same, you can report such institution to this organisation.

  • Visit solicitor websites
  • Solicitors now provide a wealth of information on their websites. They can go along way to helping with your needs and simplifying the compensation process when it comes to claiming against NHS services. Choose a solicitor who has a free phone number form mobiles. Tyler Solicitors are registered by APIL and are free to call from landlines and mobiles and will will take your claim out of your hands to get the justice you deserve.



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