No Win No Fee Accident Claim
FEE-FREE SOLICITOR CLAIMS IN THE UK
If you, or someone you know, has been involved in an accident caused by the fault of another person or organisation, you may be entitled to compensation. If you would like a Free Legal Assessment on the prospects of your claim, just click to visit our sister web site where there is an online Claims Wizard. This will ask you for information about your accident and will be used by the solicitor who will handle your accident claim.
Claims can be handled for these types of incident -
Non-injury claims can be handled but they should have a value of at least £5,000. Again, the valuation of your losses can be estimated by the solicitors.
The solicitors used enjoy a high success rate in the cases that they handle. Also, they will take on many cases that other solicitors wil not try. The modern-day way of processing claims is that the representatives of the two parties (usually your solicitor and the other party's insurance company) are obliged to do their best to agree a settlement. Whilst it is not impossible for a claim to make it to court, claims are invariably settled without the need for a hearing.
Most parties who cause accidents will be insured e.g. via their motor insurance company, a personal liability section of their house insurance policy or a public liability insurance policy for a company. Employers, by law, are obliged to have employers liability insurance that will cover their worker's accident claims.
Why endure pain, suffering and financial loss from an accident without obtaining your rightful entitlement to compensation? Now, you can have your compensation on a No Win No Fee basis.
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WHAT WILL HAPPEN
If you have special requirements e.g. you need a hire vehicle whilst your car is being repaired, or if you have any questions at any time, the solicitor will be happy to respond as soon as possible.
You may be asked to provide documents to prove your financial losses e.g. wage slips or a repair estimate. Also, you may need to undergo a medical examination so that your claim for damages can be properly assessed. If your recovery may take a long time, more than one medical examination may be required. The solicitor will be able to keep you informed about progress and requirements.
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