Have you recently suffered in an accident through no fault of your own?
If so, we may be able to help you claim compensation. We help people who have suffered a personal injury to get recompense for their suffering and costs incurred as a result (such as medical bills).
Our clients can often successfully recover thousands of pounds. Please bear in mind that generally, you need to bring your accident claim within 3 years of the injury. Of course, there are rules to this procedure and we have a team of experts to help you.
We know that if you have suffered an injury, the last thing you want to do is trawl through intimidating piles of paperwork. All you need to do is arrange a no-obligation confidential assessment consultation with one of our advisers over the telephone and we can advise you.
If you chose to proceed, we will put you in touch with one of our expert solicitors. Our professionals have expertise in all relevant accident claims areas, from car accident compensation claims to work accident compensation claims.
What about legal costs? We can help you in this area of the procedure too. Have you heard of a scheme called no win no fee? It means that if you qualify, you do not have to pay your legal fees if you lose your case. This means that even if your road traffic accident compensation claims fail for any reason, you are still not out of pocket.
Just get in touch and we can help you to take part in this scheme if you are eligible. It is important for you to claim what is due to you.
We have helped with many successful cases of road accident compensation claims, work accident compensation and more.
There’s no need to suffer in silence, we’re here to help those who have suffered make successful accident claims and obtain the financial compensation they deserve for the trauma and consequences of their accident. You have nothing to lose, start you risk-free no win no fee claim today!
*There will be two scenarios where your solicitor may charge you for their costs:
1- if you have been found to be making a fraudulent claim
2- Non-cooperation by you, which jeopardises the outcome of your claim