No Win No Fee Solicitors Scotland

Claim Justice is here to help. We have good news- there are alternative funding options available to help you to make your compensation claim, without the worry of being left out of pocket. Claim Justice wants to help everyone that has been injured to claim rightful compensation and get the justice they deserve- without the financial stress of legal fees. For this reason, we work with fee arrangements, “No Win No Fee” agreements. After an opening consultation and discussion with one of our No Win No Fee Solicitors in Scotland, we offer you a No Win No Fee agreement once we assess your claim.

Claim Justice Has A Panel Of No Win No Fee Solicitors In Scotland

Claim Justice mainly works with No Win No Fee claims. Our skilled No Win No Fee Solicitors in Scotland have broad knowledge and experience in all kinds of personal injury claims, and they know exactly how to help our clients receive the maximum compensation for No Win No Fee compensation claims. Our No Win No Fee claims solicitors will protect your privacy and safety, and ensure that your No Win No Fee compensation claim is handled diligently, efficiently and discreetly. We aim to make the entire No Win No Fee compensation claim process as easy and stress-free as possible for you. You can rest easy knowing that your expert solicitor is working hard to get you the maximum compensation you deserve.

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Get in touch with Claim Justice today by filling out the online form, or by calling us on 0121 565 4317. One of our friendly No Win No Fee Solicitors in Scotland will be happy to conduct a home visit, to discuss your claim from the comfort of your own home.

Your No Win No Fee Solicitor In Scotland Will Help You To Formulate Your Claim In Order To Get You The Maximum Compensation You Deserve

Claim Justice offer No Win No Fee agreements for a variety of personal injury claims. Whether you were injured at work, in a public space such as a shopping mall, while walking in the street, as a result of food poisoning, or a car accident, Claim Justice can help you to claim rightful compensation for your injuries, and get you the justice you deserve. We offer a no win, no fee agreement if, after analysing all the information available, we believe that you have a strong case and are likely to win your compensation claim based on our assessment of the merits of your claim. We are here to help answer any questions you have in mind, and whether you can claim compensation for the personal injuries you have suffered. Best of all, this professional advice effectively comes free of charge!

A few examples of personal injury matters that we offer No Win No Fee agreements for include:

Accidents at work; 

Injuries in public places;

Medical malpractice;

Car accidents;

Illness claims; 

Industrial disease ;

Dog bites; and 

Faulty product claims 

Date of injury

The first important point that your No Win No Fee Solicitor in Scotland will confirm is the date of the injury or accident. Generally, your personal injury compensation claim will need to be instituted within three years of the date of the accident, or within three years of the diagnosis of the injury.

Secondly, our team will confirm that someone else was legally responsible for your injury or illness. To be able to claim compensation for personal injury, we have to be able to prove that someone else is to blame for the harm caused to you. Once we have ensured this, one of our highly skilled personal injury lawyers will help you to claim the maximum amount of compensation possible from them. If your case is successful and we either settle the compensation claim or a judge awards you financial compensation in Court, you will receive a cheque for your financial compensation.

Contact Claim Justice now.

You have nothing to lose and there are no costs involved in obtaining free legal advice on the merits of your claim. Claim Justice will place no obligations on you to continue with a personal injury compensation claim thereafter. Our personal injury team knows that being involved in any type of accident is scary, and we would like to lend a helping hand to guide you through the compensation claim process. To get in touch with us today, simply fill out our short online form, or call Claim Justice at any time of day, on any day of the week, and speak to one of our expert claims handlers about your compensation claim. No matter how the injuries were caused, or what type of accident you were involved in, we want to help you get the compensation that you deserve.

Our No Win No Fee Solicitors in Scotland Are Experienced In Road Accident Claims

Road accidents are one of the main causes of personal injury in the United Kingdom as a whole. According to the statistics released by the Department of Transport, there were over 150 000 personal injury road accidents reported in the United Kingdom for the year ending June 2019.

In simple terms, a road accident (often referred to as a car accident) is any type of accident that involves a car. Road accidents can occur for a variety of reasons and can lead to a variety of accident claims. A road accident occurs when two cars collide with one another, or where a car collides with a motorbike or bicycle, and also include incidents where a pedestrian is injured by a car.

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Injuries by Car accident

Being in any form of a car accident is a traumatic experience for everyone involved. Besides the emotional stress and shock, damage to the cars and possessions, a road accident often results in injuries to one or more parties. Injuries caused by road accidents can range from whiplash to serious head injuries, broken limbs, and in extreme cases, death.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a road accident that was not your fault, you may have a valid No Win No Fee road accident claim, and be entitled to financial compensation. Our team of dedicated and knowledgeable No Win No Fee claims experts are here to help you institute a compensation claim if you have suffered any injuries and financial loss as a result of another person’s actions. At Claim Justice, we know that being injured in any type of accident is daunting, and our accident claims team will do what they can to guide you through the road accident claims process. Claim Justice will take over all the hard work from you once agree to start the claim process, leaving you with less paperwork and minimal stress.

We need unique details of your accident

To properly advise you on the merits and potential value of your car accident claim, your claims handler at Claim Justice will need as much detail as possible about the incident. Please have as much information as possible ready for your free discussion with Claim Justice, including details such as:

  • How the road accident occurred, and nature of the harm you have suffered because of the car accident;
  • Location of the road accident;
  • Your car and license registration details;
  • The full names, contact numbers and license details of the individuals involved in the car accident;
  • Details of any police dockets or emergency services reports; and
  • Details of the insurance providers for the other parties involved in the road accident.

Don’t worry if you don’t have all of the necessary information right away. Your personal injury solicitor in Scotland will be able to guide you through the merits and value of your road accident claim based on the information that you can provide. Claim Justice will do what we can to help you obtain any additional information that you might need in order to make a successful compensation claim. The important thing is that you seek assistance from a personal injury solicitor in Scotland as soon as possible so that we can get started on your road accident compensation claim and help you get the maximum compensation that you deserve, in the shortest possible time.

Our No Win No Fee Solicitors In Scotland Are Experienced In Accident At Work Claims

Generally, a work accident is an unintended but foreseeable incident that occurs in the workplace, because of certain conditions of the site or premises, because of the way in which a job is being done, or because of how certain equipment and machinery is being utilized. As a result of this, an accident ensues and someone (usually an employee) is harmed. A work accident claim is then the process whereby an employee, who was the victim of the accident at work, institutes a legal claim for financial compensation against the person who is legally responsible for their injuries.

From a legal perspective, an employer is ultimately responsible for any harm that an employer may suffer at their place of work, and as a result of someone else’s negligence. This is the case whether the incident was a result of a failure to act, or a positive act. At the end of the day, your employer is responsible for safety at work. Whether the accident was caused by the negligence of another employee or even a joke played by a co-worker, your employer will likely be legally responsible for the accident. If you are worried about the potential financial consequences of your work accident claim for your employer, or about the status of your employment if you institute a claim, you need not stress any longer. Your employer is legally required to have employer’s liability insurance to pay for any compensation claim made against them.

Our No Win No Fee Solicitors In Scotland Are Experienced In Public Place Personal Injury Claims

Claim Justice has many years of experience with claims for injuries suffered in accidents that have occurred in public places, including theme parks, shopping malls, restaurants and bars, parks, schools, theatres, carnivals, and music concerts.

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If you have suffered an incident in a public place, and you believe this incident was a result of negligence by the individual or body in charge of that space, you may be able to claim compensation for your injuries. Councils, shop owners, businesses and public bodies all have a duty to take reasonable steps to prevent members of the public from being injured on the premises under their control.

Accident on the council’s property

If your accident occurred while you were on a council-owned property, such as a public walkway, then you may be able to make a personal injury compensation claim against the local authority if the accident was due to their negligence. When instituting a compensation claim against a local authority or government body for failure to maintain a road or sidewalk, the claimant will need to prove that this body was negligent in its duty to the public by failing to keep the pavement safe. This involves proving that, based on the circumstances of the case, it was not reasonable for the local council to let he public space fall into a state where it could result in a person being injured.

Claim Justice will guide you through your entire personal injury claim process and can help you get the compensation you deserve for the injuries you suffered in a public place. Contact Claim Justice today for a free, no obligations discussion about your public place injury claim. A member of the Claim Justice team will be able to estimate the value and merits of your compensation claim once they have been through the details of the incident with you. The sooner you get started on your case, the sooner one of our No Win No Fee Solicitors in Scotland can get you the justice you deserve.

How Does My Relationship With My No Win No Fee Solicitor In Scotland Work?

With a No Win No Fee agreement, you won’t owe your legal team any money if the case is unsuccessful. Put simply, it is a way for you to take legal steps necessary to claim compensation for your injuries. With our assistance, you would face no financial risk weighing over your head. In short, with a No Win No Fee claim, we only get money if we can help you win the case. We carry the risk of your claim being unsuccessful, and will pay for the upfront costs of running your case. Our solicitors offer No Win No Fee agreements to clients seeking rightful compensation for personal injuries. Because they are extremely confident in their abilities and in their success rates. Of course we won’t take on a personal injury claim if we don’t think we will win the case.

A No Win No Fee agreement is a stress-free, financially-savvy way to claim compensation for personal injury. Once you have provided the Claim Justice team with the details of your compensation claim, as well as the go-ahead to continue with your claim on a No Win No Fee basis, your work is basically done. You can then sit back, relax, and let Claim Justice do all the hard work for you!

What Will My No Win No Fee Solicitor In Scotland Charge Me If I Win My Case?

The good news is that you will never pay us any legal fees in advance. A No Win No Fee agreement means that we only get paid if your claim is successful.

We work on an average success fee of 25% of the total compensation that you receive. If we help you to win your claim, the party that loses (or their insurance company) will cover the total compensation amount, and our solicitors will be paid for their legal services as a percentage of the financial compensation awarded. Any success fee will be explained to you by the person dealing with your claim and confirmed in writing early on in the claim.

Will My No Win No Fee Solicitor In Scotland Charge Me If My Case Is Not Successful?

No. No Win No Fee means just that- you will not need to pay us a thing if your claim is unsuccessful. Claim Justice carries the risk of your No Win No Fee claim being unsuccessful. If your compensation claim is unsuccessful, we will not charge you any legal fees for the work done by our skilled No Win No Fee Solicitors in Scotland.

To ensure that you are fully protected and have peace of mind over your financial risks, our team can help you to secure ‘After the Event’ insurance. This insurance covers you in the event that you are unsuccessful with your claim, and in case the court rules that you need to pay a part of your opponent’s legal costs during the case.

Why Work With Claim Justice’s No Win No Fee Solicitors In Scotland?

Claim Justice has a panel of specialized personal injury solicitors who handle thousands of No Win No Fee personal injury claims each year. Our dedicated No Win No Fee Solicitors in Scotland work around the clock to help clients get justice, and receive the maximum compensation that they deserve. By seeking help from one of our experienced solicitors, it could mean the difference between winning and losing your case.

By working with Claim Justice, we promise that:

  • You will receive free legal advice from one of our expert No Win No Fee Solicitors in Scotland;
  • If you are unsuccessful in your compensation claim, we will not charge you any legal fees for the work we have done;
  • You won’t pay a thing from your own pocket;
  • We will help you to recover the maximum amount of compensation;
  • We will manage your claim for you, keep you updated on the progress of your case, and will try to make the entire compensation claim process as stress-free as possible for you.

How Much Compensation Could My No Win No Fee Solicitor In Scotland Help Me Claim?

In a compensation claim, the amount of compensation that will be awarded will differ from one case to the next and will depend on factors such as the seriousness of your injuries, how long you will need to recover from injuries, the impact on the specific individual’s life, and any complicating factors surrounding the injuries. Claim Justice has resolved many No Win No Fee claims over the years. We know what compensation to expect for different categories of injuries and accidents. Our No Win No Fee Solicitors in Scotland will be able to give you an estimated value of your personal injury claim once they have carefully been through the details of your case as well as medical reports of your injuries. For a broad guideline on compensation amounts, we have compiled the amounts for different levels of injury in the table below.

Compensation Amounts For Personal Injuries

Seriousness of Injuries Detail of Injuries Examples of Average Compensation Awarded

Head Injuries

Extremely serious Victims are unresponsive as a result of serious brain damage and may be in a vegetative state Between £230,000 and £335,000
Moderate Serious disability due to brain damage, loss of feeling in limbs, personality change and/or a mental disability Between £170,000 and £220,000
Mild Minimal or no brain damage but might still have long term effects Between £10,000  and £35,000

Facial Injuries

Extremely serious Facial disfigurement; serious scarring or burns Between £24,000 and £80,000
Moderate to serious Simple fractures to multiple fractures and breaks in the facial area Between £7,000 and £40,000
Mild Less serious scarring to minor scars Up to £11,500

Eye Injuries

The most serious Completely blind and deaf Around £330,000
Extremely serious Partial to substantial loss of sight in one or both eyes Up to £220,000
Moderate to serious Restricted vision or loss of sight in one eye Anything between £7,000 and £46,000 depending on seriousness
Mild Temporary loss of vision due to smoke, liquids or other substances; Struck/hit in the eye Up to £8,000

Nose Injuries

Serious Serious/multiple fractures to the nose resulting in permanent damage Up to £20,000
Moderate Injuries not requiring surgery Between £2,000 and £26,990
Mild Simple non-displaced fractures with full recovery Between £1,400 and £2,160

Ear Injury

Extremely serious Complete loss of hearing Between £77,000 and £93,000
Moderately serious Complete hearing loss in one of the ears Between £26,000 and £38,000
Mild Hearing loss in one or both ears; tinnitus Up to £38,800

Shoulder Injuries

Serious Paralysis, limb numbness, restriction in movement because of the injury in the neck and shoulder Between £10,500 and £42,000
Moderate Semi-permanent damage; damage that restricts movement in arm and elbow Between £6,700 and £10,800
Mild Damage to soft tissue that should recover within the year or slightly longer Up to £6,700

Back Injuries

Serious Serious injury to the upper or lower back; paralysis or any relating issues to organs in the lower parts of the body Between £33,000 and £137,000
Moderate. Covering a wide range of back injuries such as compression of the lumbar vertebrae, ligament or soft tissue damage, any constant pain and/or any discomfort Between £10,500 and £33,000
Mild Strains and sprains, soft tissue injuries, a slipped disc, muscle pain Up to £10,670

Arm Injuries

Extremely serious Amputation of both arms, the amputation of a single arm, or partial amputation of one or both arms Between £82,000 and £255,900
Serious For major restriction and disability present in one or both the arms Between £33,400 and £111,600
Less serious Restriction in movement and/or disability in the arms with substantial recovery Between £16,000 and £33,400
Simple Between £5,200 and £15,000

Hand Injuries

Extremely serious Amputation of one or both hands; loss of use of hands Between £120,000 and £171,900
Very serious Total or effective loss of one hand from crushing and then amputation; partial amputation Between £52,800 and £77,400
Moderately serious Finger amputations, crush injuries to the hand, penetrating wounds, deep lacerations Between £24,700 and £52,800
Less serious Crushing injuries leaving some impaired function Between £12,340 and £24,700

Leg Injuries

Extremely serious Amputation of one or both legs (full or partial amputation) Between £83,500 and £240,500
Moderately serious Injuries to the leg which has caused lifelong restriction in movement and disability Between £23,600 and £82,100
Less serious From simple leg fractures, breaks or soft tissue damage which has affected the muscle to leg fractures with an incomplete recovery Up to £23,600

Knee Injuries

Serious Disability because of a knee injury, major damage to muscles, muscle wastage and soft tissue damage. Disability because of a knee injury, major damage to muscles, muscle wastage and soft tissue damage Between £22,300 and £82,000
Moderate Minor disability because of the knee injury, damage to the muscle, cartilage, soft tissue, that causes pain and suffering Up to £22,300

Ankle Injuries

Extremely serious The most serious ankle injuries that may cause deformity, degeneration of joints, and potentially amputation Between £40,000 and £60,000
Moderately serious Fractures and injuries requiring extensive treatment, disability Between £10,000 and  £43,000
Mild Ankle fractures, ankle sprains Up to £11,500

Foot Injuries

Extremely serious Amputation of one or both feet Between £71,600 and £171,900
Moderate Serious injury to one or both feet that causes restriction, or disability Between £11,000 and  £60,000
Mild Basic injury to a foot with high chance of recovery Up to £11,500

Get in touch with Claim Justice today by filling out the online form, or by calling us on 0121 565 4317. One of our friendly No Win No Fee Solicitors in Scotland will be happy to conduct a home visit, to discuss your claim from the comfort of your own home.

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