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No Win No Fee Compensation Claims
Are you coping with the after effects of a personal injury or accident that wasn’t your fault? Have you suffered from an industrial disease? Or, have you been a victim of financial mis-selling? We can help you to make a claim. Our friendly team of advisors are on hand 7 days a week to discuss UK claims. There’s no obligation; just get in touch for a free consultation regarding your potential accident or injury claim.
Experts in compensation claims, we are able to offer help and guidance for a wide range of claim types including:
All our claims are worked on a No Win, No Fee basis, so if we don’t win your case you don’t pay. Because of this, if we choose to take on your case, you can be confident we will do all we can to secure a settlement. No Win, No Fee accident and injury claims will be subject to agreement with your solicitors.
The solicitors we work with may charge up to 25% of the total amount of compensation that is recovered for you. Termination fees may apply if you fail to cooperate with your lawyer. For example if you terminate the agreement before your compensation claim has reached settlement you may be liable to pay basic charges including (but not exclusively) disbursements, and barrister’s fees.’
We are experts in compensation claims. Get in touch for an initial consultation, during which one of our advisors will discuss the details of your case with you. They will ask any necessary questions to determine whether you are eligible to make a claim, and if it is likely to be successful should you choose to pursue it.
There is no obligation to pursue a claim. Whether you are ready to make a claim or are just looking for advice, our advisors can answer any queries you may have from compensation claim time limits to After The Event (ATE) insurance to help cover fees.
If you do decide to go ahead with your compensation claim, you will be matched with a solicitor who has experience in cases such as your own. They will be on hand to help you navigate the claims process. All of our solicitors work hard to try and get you the maximum compensation amount you deserve. We try to achieve fair settlement outside of the courtroom for all of our clients however, your solicitor will represent and guide you throughout the court process if required.
Personal Injury Claims
We are personal injury experts, helping hundreds of clients claim compensation every year. Personal injury and accident claims usually fall into one of the following categories:.
- Public liability – an accident in that occurs in a public space i.e. tripping over uneven pavement on a public footpath
- Occupiers liability – an accident in a private space i.e. injuring yourself in a rented property if proper maintenance work has not been carried out
- Employers liability – an accident or illness in the work place i.e. falling from height if proper safety equipment or training was not provided
- Road traffic accident – an accident that occurs on the road i.e. being knocked off your bicycle by another vehicle
Accident At Work Claims
Your employer has a duty of care to protect you whilst in the workplace. In order to do this they should provide proper training, adequate PPE and put appropriate safety procedures in place where necessary. If they have failed to do this and you suffered an accident as a result you may be able to claim compensation. Here are some of the most common workplace accidents we see:
- The contraction of an asbestos-related illness or other industrial disease
- Industrial hearing loss claims due to long-term exposure to noise
- Suffering an electric shock in the workplace
- Injury whilst working on a construction site
- Chemical burns due to working with toxic chemicals
Whatever your injury, if it occurred as a result of somebody else’s negligence, we can help you to recover the compensation you deserve.
Road Traffic Accident Claims
Have you suffered an injury or had to take time off work as a result of a road traffic accident? Our dedicated advisors specialise in a wide range of RTA claims including car accidents, cycling accidents, pedestrian accidents and more.
Road traffic accidents can be caused by:
- Another driver’s error or lack of concentration.
- Poor conditions due to inadequate lighting or large potholes.
- Unclear signs along the roadway.
- Other distractions such as smoke from a bonfire in a neighbouring field blowing across the road.
If your accident resulted from circumstances beyond your control, you may be able to make a claim. Clients involved in road traffic accidents often claim for whiplash injuries, further bodily injuries, as well as damages to cover car repairs and more.
Public Space Injury Claims
The owner of any place the public visits has a duty of care to ensure all reasonable steps are taken to prevent an accident from occurring. This applies whether it’s a council-owned school or a corporate-owned shopping centre. Some of the most common injury types that occur in public spaces include:
- Tripping over uneven pavement that has been failed to be properly maintained by the council
- Slipping on an unmarked wet floor in the supermarket
- Slipping on ice in a public area
If your injury took place due to the negligence of somebody else, you may be eligible to make a claim, even if it is against the council.
Private Space Injury Claims
Private space injury claims can be difficult and complex cases to win on your own. However, with our specialist knowledge, we can help to get you the compensation you deserve.
Private space claims apply to any injury or accident that occurred in a private setting e.g. medical negligence whilst under the care of a private hospital, illness related negligence to an uncleaned swimming pool, private property visits and more., We can offer the expertise your claim requires.
Unlike many of the above claim types, financial claims are not related to personal injury. Rather, they are designed to help people to recover any money lost due to a mis-sold investment or pension. Further damages may also be awarded for associated stress and/or costs.
Mis-sold Investment Claims
Mis-sold investments refer to the deliberate or reckless sale of an investment. If an investment was misrepresented to you, or was unsuitable for your needs, then you could have grounds to make a compensation claim. Many well-known financial institutions have previously been found to have provided poor advice – or failed to take into account their customer’s needs when selling investment products. Some common areas of concern include:
- If the advisor did not explain the risks involved
- If the advisor did not explain, how money would be invested in a venture
- If the advisor failed to accurately assess a customers’ needs, leading to an unsuitable investment
If any of the above factors apply, then it is likely you will be able to claim compensation for damages.
Mis-sold Pension Claims
Mis-sold pensions include any pension scheme which you were advised to invest in without having all of the information available. For example, Aan advisor may have recommended you to change to a specific pension scheme without telling you about the financial risks involved.
Pension transfers are commonly sold on the promise of a more comfortable retirement, which is not always the case.
The most common mis-sold pension types include:
- Defined benefit and defined contribution
If you have been mis-sold any of the above pension schemes, then we may be able to help you make a claim.
Frequently Asked Questions
In speaking with victims of personal injury, financial mis-selling and more, we are asked hundreds of questions every day. We have compiled a list of our most frequently asked questions to help provide you with some answers!
Can’t find what you’re looking for below? We are always on hand to answer any questions over the phone.
If you have suffered a personal injury, there are usually three questions to ask yourself to see if you are eligible to make a claim. Firstly, did your injury occur, or has it been diagnosed within the past three years? Secondly, is the injury itself physical or psychological? And finally, did it happen as a result of someone else’s negligence? If you’ve answered “Yes” to these questions, then it is likely that you are eligible to make a claim.
The rules for financial mis-selling or other claim types can differ slightly therefore we advise you to contact us to see if you can make a claim.
There are also circumstances in which you have more than three years to make your claim. For instance:
- If you have been a victim of an industrial disease.
- If you were a child at the time of the accident.
- If you have been mis-sold a pension or an investment.
Every case is different and unique. You can find out So reach out and see if you have a valid claim by speaking with one of our legal advisors.
No two cases are the same therefore, we are not able to give a set answer to this question. Compensation amounts will vary greatly depending on a large number of factors, such as the severity of your injuries.
To get a rough estimate of how much compensation you could receive for your claim, speak with someone from our panel of compensation solicitors. After hearing the details of your case, they will be able to assess it and offer an estimate of the compensation amount you are likely to receive.
We always strive to get our clients the maximum compensation amount they deserve, in order to help them move on with their lives. The best way to find out how much you can claim is by talking with us directly – by phone or via our quick contact form.
If you are making a personal injury claim, to determine the likely compensation payout, we will need to know:
- The extent of your injury or injuries, including any medical reports, evidence of doctor visits or medication you are taking.
- Any loss of earnings if you have been unable to work as a result of your injury. Future losses you expect to encounter as a result of your injury (e.g., earnings, property, assets).
- Any other associated costs
Some clients will put forward claims for new vehicles during car accident claims, for example. Others may claim costs for private medical care, transport to hospital appointments, home adaptation expenses or domestic help, if these things become necessary as a result of their accident or injuries.
For financial mis-selling claims, it is best to have as much information as possible about the pension or investment you were mis-sold before speaking to our advisors. This information can include: any paperwork from the pension or investment, when you were first contacted to discuss your pension or the investment opportunity, what the advisor recommended, who you spoke to, and how much you invested or moved.
The thought of making a compensation claim can be daunting. That’s why our team of compensation claim experts make the process as transparent as possible so you know exactly what to expect. Here are the simple steps that make up our process:
1. Eligibility - You must first make certain that you’re eligible to make a claim. To do this, speak to a member of our team. They will ask any necessary questions to determine whether you are able to claim.
2. Assessment - Your case will then be assessed by one of our legal advisors. We will then connect you with a suitable solicitor should you choose to proceed with your claim.
3. Proceedings - Your appointed solicitor will gather all the evidence and begin work on your case. The negligent party will then be notified that you have begun claim proceedings. Your solicitor will attempt to negotiate a settlement on your behalf. However, if a settlement cannot be reached outside of court, your solicitor will also represent you throughout all court proceedings. Find out more about the claims process.
4. Settlement - If you win your claim for compensation, you will have agreed on a payout amount. This is usually paid within a few weeks of settlement. If you do not win your claim however, you do not need to worry about being left with huge amounts of legal fees. As per our No Win, No Fee agreement* (*conditions may apply), if we don’t win your case, you don’t pay.