How does claiming for compensation work?
If you’ve been injured in an accident that wasn’t your fault, you should be entitled to make a claim for compensation. We just need to take a few details from you of the accident circumstances so that you can have free, legal advice on a compensation claim – with no obligation.
Your claim for compensation will be against the person (often an insurance policy) that is responsible for you accident.
We’ve helped many thousands of people successfully claim compensation for many different types of accident and injury claims since 1999.
A compensation claim can be made for pain and suffering, loss of income, damaged possessions and any other expenses incurred because of the accident. Your solicitor may be able to arrange for you to have an advance payment if required.
Our specialist solicitors may also be able to arrange for you to have private medical treatment to help you on the road to recovery, at no cost to you.
In the case of a traffic accident, we may be able to arrange for you to have a replacement vehicle whilst your vehicle is being repaired, this would normally be at no cost to you.
If you’ve had to pay an excess fee to your insurance company, we may even be able to recover this for you. Our personal injury lawyers work hard and have the expertise to ensure that you receive the full compensation you are entitled to – in the shortest time possible.
What type of accident claims do you deal with?
We deal many different types of personal injury claims, including accidents at work, road traffic accidents, whiplash injury claims, slips and trips, supermarket accidents, medical and dental negligence, accidents in public places and many others.
Whatever the cause of your injury, we will put you in touch with one of our claim specialists who are experienced in accidents like yours.
How much compensation could I receive?
Every personal injury claim is different and the amount of compensation awarded depends upon a number of factors.
In addition to compensation for personal injury, you may also be entitled to make a claim for loss of earnings and any other financial losses and expenses incurred due to the accident.
Please contact us for advice on your individual claim.
What does ‘No Win No Fee’ mean?
No Win No Fee arrangements, also known as conditional fee arrangements, have been around since 1995, replacing Legal Aid when it was abolished in 2000.
A No Win No Fee arrangement is an agreement that you make with your solicitor and is there to protect you from paying your legal costs if your claim should be unsuccessful. Our friendly solicitors will advise further.
To find out more about claiming compensation, call us now on freephone 0800 0511 511. We offer free help and guidance with your compensation claim – with no obligation.