Whatever your injury you are legally entitled to claim compensation against all forms of accidents that were not your fault
Making those people responsible accountable for negligent actions can help ensure it doesn’t happen to anyone else
A simple accident can have long term health or mobility implications – why should you suffer financially because of someone else
Have you have been injured in the last 3 years due to someone else’s negligence? If so, then you may be entitled to compensation – we can help you make a no win no fee claim!
We believe in ensuring people can claim the no win no fee* compensation they are entitled to in a fast, easy and no hassle fashion. There’s no need to suffer in silence; whatever your injury the law can compensate you against all forms of accidents that were not your fault. We can help you claim compensation on a No Win No Fee basis.
*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
Your Legal Entitlement
The law governing personal injury claims is there to ensure that those who have suffered injury through no fault of their own can, in some way, be compensated for that injury. The increased public awareness of rights regarding accident compensation may make it seem as though people are suing for even the most minor of injuries, but this is not the case. Increased awareness does tend to increase the courts’ work, but this benefits those who would previously have suffered in silence. The law is very straightforward in this instance. Anyone who has suffered an injury as a result of another’s negligence or breach of duty is entitled to be compensated for that injury, be it physical or psychological.
Can I Claim?
The guideline for whether or not you can claim is fairly simple, if you have suffered an injury in the last three years through no fault of your own due to someone else’s negligence, you are likely to be eligible for a claim. If someone else caused the injury to occur, be it as a direct action such as in a car accident, or by a failure to act, such as faulty paving that caused a slip or fall, then the chances are that a claim can be made. Medical negligence is another example of where the inaction or incompetent action of another may lead to a claim for compensation. A short phone call to one of our advisors can answer any initial questions that you might have regarding the circumstances of your injury and the possibility of starting legal proceedings.
Why Should I Claim?
We understand that many people who have suffered an injury that wasn’t their fault do not fully understand their legal rights and are intimidated by what seems like a complicated process. Many share the view that some accident claims may be unnecessary and that minor accidents are being used in order to get ‘money for nothing’. However this not the case as even a minor accident can result in long term health implications and financial loss to the victim.
Even relatively minor injuries can need care that is not necessarily offered by the health system resulting in use of private medical care, which can be a timely and costly matter. Making a claim can ensure you can be compensated for any medical treatment that you have undergone for injuries that have been sustained due to the accident, along with other medical costs such as prescriptions and mobility aids.
Furthermore, the person or company who were responsible for the injury may suffer no consequences for their lack of care and so have no incentive to take any measures to ensure it does not happen again in the future. Claiming for compensation can help the claimant with any costs incurred as well as providing a sum to the victim in recognition of their suffering. Consequently, a successful claim can benefit not only the injured party, but society as a whole. For example, a claim against a negligent driver will ensure that driver takes more care in the future, a claim against a careless doctor can ensure that safety procedures are followed by everyone and a claim against a negligent company can serve to protect the rest of their workforce.