Personal injuries can be caused by a wide variety of things, from car accidents to negligence to medical malpractice and more. In every case, these injuries can have a devastating ripple effect on peoples’ lives, causing unforeseen expenses and consequences for careers. That’s why it is essential that people claim for the maximum compensation possible. Baggot Law is a newly expanded company with a renewed focus on fighting a broader range of injury claims than ever before, and they have launched a new website to showcase this new focus. —
Baggot Law now fight cases caused by car accidents (http://baggotlaw.com/car-accident-claims/), personal or company negligence, medical malpractice, and can even represent people to the PiAB. In all these cases, Baggot Law fights for the maximum compensation possible, using inside knowledge of how insurance companies attempt to obfuscate claims in order to prevent them from doing so.
Their website has a testimonials section which helps people see the satisfaction and compensation gained by previous clients. They also offer of a free initial consultation to asses a claim and lay out a roadmap on how to proceed.
A spokesperson for BaggotLaw.com explained, “We are thrilled to be expanding our focus after many successful years fighting car accident claims on behalf of our clients. We have now broadened our remit to be enable us to fight fiercely and successfully on behalf of clients who have suffered injuries through different causes. With this expansion comes an increase in the combined experience and specialism’s of our team, making us better equipped than ever to fight all claims, and more aggressively pursue and secure the maximum compensation for every injury. We look forward to welcoming new clients in 2015.”
About Baggot Law: The personal injury solicitors from Baggot Law specialise in protecting the legal rights of clients who have been injured in a car accident, and uniformly pursue the maximum compensation possible to ensure justice is served. Their experienced team know the ways in which insurers try to block claims and can circumvent these attempts to ensure victory on a no win, no fee basis.
Release ID: 71563