No Win No Fee Solicitors UK

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We believe that justice should be available to all, not just those who can afford to pay for legal advice up front. This is why our team of expert personal injury solicitors offer our services on a no win no fee basis to the vast majority of our clients. We want to take the stress and worry out of making a personal injury compensation claim, and this includes the worry that you might be racking up unaffordable legal bills.

Working with a team of no win no fee solicitors means that you do not need to pay anything up front to begin your claim. In fact, we won’t take a penny until you have received your compensation. If we are not able to get you the compensation you deserve, you won’t owe anything. This means that you are never left out of pocket for seeking justice for what happened to you.

We also cap our fees as a percentage of your compensation payment. Using a traditional payment model for solicitor’s fees can easily result in the costs of making a claim taking most or all of the compensation awarded. Our no win no fee funding agreements mean that you can be sure that you will always receive the lion’s share of your compensation payment.

Although we do our best, we are not able to offer our services on a no win no fee basis to all our clients. There are a few circumstances, such as medical negligence claims, where we are not able to use this funding model. If we are not able to offer you a no win no fee agreement, we will tell you that straight away and discuss possible alternative funding options with you. We will do our best to help find the right funding option to help you get the justice you deserve.

The Process Of Making A Personal Injury Claim With No Win No Fee Solicitors

Making a personal injury claim on a no win no fee basis follows a series of steps and it can be reassuring to understand the process.

  • We will write to the personal or organisation responsible for your accident, notifying them that you are making a personal injury claim for your accident or injury. In this letter, we will ask them to admit that they were at fault for your accident (this is called accepting liability), outline the basics of your case and give them a deadline to respond to us.

  • If they accept liability for your accident, we would then move on to the next step. If, as often happens early on in a claim, they do not accept that they were at fault for your accident (this is known as disputing liability), we will gather evidence to support your claim. This can be easier if we have access to photographs, videos or contact details of witnesses, if you were in a position to gather those at the time or shortly after the event. If you were not in a position to arrange that, as most people are not when dealing with an accident that leads to a personal injury claim, our personal injury solicitors will set about finding the evidence we need. This could be through witness statements, arranging for experts to go the site of the accident and prepare a report or by getting copies of any police report, for example. The majority of cases in which liability was disputed initially end with the other party accepting liability once they are shown the evidence we have gathered.

  • Once liability has been agreed, we will carry out the negotiations to agree how much compensation you deserve on your behalf. Although we will be conducting the negotiations, you will still have total control. We will inform you of every offer the other party make and give you our expert opinion as to whether the offer is a fair one or not. Often, parties make a much lower offer than you are entitled to as their first offer (known as a lowball offer) to see whether you will accept it. With our help, you can be sure that you are getting the full amount that you deserve. Our clients tell us that this is one of the most important parts of working with our team of no win no fee personal injury solicitors. Our years of experience means that we can explain whether an offer of compensation is fair or not, and why. Although we will advise you regarding each offer, the decision about whether to accept or refuse will always be your decision and we will never try to pressure you in any way.

  • It is extremely rare that liability and the amount of compensation cannot be agreed between the two parties. If you are unfortunate enough to end up being one of those very rare cases, your case may need to go to court to find an agreement. If this happens, we will be with you throughout the process, making sure that you are fully informed about what is happening and why. The friendly support of our experienced team of personal injury solicitors can make all the difference to how stressful your court appearance might be.

No Win No Fee Claims Solicitors

All compensation payments are made of two parts. The first part deals with the injury itself. The Judicial College sets out national guidelines to enable claimants (such as yourself) and those responsible for the accidents (if you were injured at work, for example, this would be your employer) to know how much compensation is reasonable for a particular injury. These ranges can be very wide, however, to ensure that the compensation you receive reflects the individual nature of your accident. Our expert team of personal injury solicitors have extensive experience interpreting these guidelines and will be able to give you a clearer estimate of how much compensation you might expect for your injury.

The second part of any personal injury claim is that you must be compensated for any expenses or financial losses that you might have suffered as a result of your accident and injury. This might include additional transportation costs if you are temporarily unable to drive, the costs of any physiotherapy or other care associated with your rehabilitation and also loss of earnings if you are unable to work as a result of your accident or injury. The principle behind compensation is that you should be left in the same position as you would have been in had the accident and injury not occurred, or at least as close as possible to that. If you have been injured in an accident that was not your fault, you are able to claim the costs associated with your accident, your healing and any adaptations you may have had to make to your home and lifestyle as part of your compensation payment.

Common Accidents Or Injuries Eligible For A No Win No Fee Agreement

Almost all of our clients accept our services on a no win no fee basis. This is because it is the easiest and least risky way of accessing the legal help you need to make your personal injury compensation claim. Common personal injury compensation claims offered on a no win no fee basis include those arising from:

  • Car Accidents

  • Accidents at Work

  • Supermarket Claims

  • Forklift Accidents

  • Ladder Falls

  • Motorbike Accident Claims

  • Gym Accident Claims

  • Warehouse Accident Claims

  • Scaffold Accident Claims

  • Office Accident Claims

The injuries for which you can make a personal injury compensation claim is also very wide, including:

  • Toe Injury Claims

  • Neck Injury Claims

  • Whiplash Injury Claims

  • Hand Injury Claims

  • Back Injury Claims

  • Leg Injury Claims

  • Amputation Claims

  • Eye Injury Claims

  • Spinal Injury Claims

  • Brain Injury Claims

  • Arm Injury Claims

  • Head Injury Claims

  • Elbow Injury Claims

  • Knee Injury Claims

  • Foot Injury Claims

  • Finger Injury Claims

These lists are not exhaustive. If your accident or injury is not included, please call us on 0121 565 4317 or claim online to discuss the possibility of making a personal injury compensation claim. Our team of no win no fee solicitors will be happy to discuss your no win no fee case with you and give you our honest, unbiased advice based on years of experience of personal injury compensation claims. We will give you our estimate of the likelihood of your claim being successful and the amount of compensation we believe you might be entitled to. We will also explain whether we are able to offer our personal injury solicitor services on a no win no fee basis. If we are not able to offer you a no win no fee agreement, we will discuss alternative funding options with you.

Do I Need A Solicitor To Make A Personal Injury Claim?

It is always possible to make a personal injury compensation claim without using a solicitor at all. For very minor injuries, this may even be the best option. In the majority of cases, however, using the services of our expert team of personal injury solicitors on a no win no fee basis will actually lead to you receiving more compensation at the end of the process. This is because, although we will take a percentage of the compensation awarded as payment for our work, we will also have been able to highlight ways in which you are not claiming for everything that you are entitled to. Once you take these additional amounts into account, you will almost always find that using a no win no fee solicitor has been a better financial decision. It also takes the majority of the stress out of the process of making a personal injury compensation claim, which can be a hugely important factor in the period shortly after an accident or injury.

If you are unsure as to whether to make a no win no fee personal injury claim, or if you would like to begin making your compensation claim, call us on 0121 565 4317 or use our claims form to arrange your free, no obligation consultation from our no win no fee solicitors.

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