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The range of accident circumstances that we can help with is as broad as the range of injuries; we can help you claim compensation for injuries at home, on the road, at work or out in public. Some of the most common situations we deal with include trips on public pavements, vehicle collisions on the road, strain injuries in workplaces and slips on spillages in supermarkets and pubs. We can also help with injuries caused by medical negligence, for example mistakes during surgery. ClaimsHelpline are here to support you through your claim and get you the compensation you deserve as quickly and smoothly as possible.
As well as an injury, accident victims may also suffer unexpected financial expenses such as loss of income due to time off work, medical expenses, personal property damage costs and travel expenses. So it’s important for you to put your claim forward and receive the compensation you deserve.
To make a successful personal injury claim, it must be shown that someone else was at least partly at fault. We work with some of the UK's leading personal injury claims specialists. Our friendly service is hassle free, no obligation and completely free. We take you through the process step by step so you can focus on making a full recovery.
Complete our quick and easy online form to begin your claim enquiry
We will put you in touch with an injury claims specialist who will walk you through the whole process
You are under no obligation and our specialists will help you see if you have a claim
Proceed with your claim to get the maximum compensation you deserve
Every day, people are involved in accidents and suffer injuries as result of the negligence of their employers; fortunately, there are many things that your employer must do by law to minimise the risk of injury that you are exposed to. Their responsibilities include providing adequate health and safety equipment and protective clothing, and to ensure that they are maintained to a safe standard. Your employer must also provide suitable training and first aid facilities and evaluate any risks in the workplace in order to prevent accidents. If your employer fails to do any one of these things, and you suffer or develop an injury as a result, you could be entitled to claim compensation.
Making any sort of claim can be a daunting task, but you may be especially worried if you are claiming against your employer. Most people are concerned about their job, upsetting their employers or any other repercussions as a result but this need not be the case. Remember that it is down to your employer to ensure you are not exposed to any risks that cause you to suffer injury during work, but if you do, you are fully entitled to receive compensation. It is also against the law for your employer to treat you any differently or sack you because you are bringing a work accident claim against them. If this is the case, you could potentially have a further employment claim.
Unfortunately, road traffic accidents occur all too often. Every year, thousands of people are injured, whether they were the driver, passenger or pedestrian, through no fault of their own. If you have been involved in a road traffic accident which was not your fault and you suffered an injury of some kind you could be eligible for compensation.
If you were involved in a road accident as a:
Driver of a vehicle where the accident was caused by another negligent driver
Passenger in a vehicle involved in a road traffic accident, either by the driver of your vehicle or the diver of the other vehicle
Pedestrian or a cyclist that was hit by another negligent motor vehicle
Have you been injured in a slip, trip or fall? These are some of the most common types of accidents, affecting thousands of people in the UK every year. A simple slip can cause very serious injuries such as back injuries, broken bones, paralysis, and head injuries. Many slips and trips occur in the working environment due to poor health and safety regulations. To make a slip trip and fall claim you must have been injured in the last three years, the accident must have been somebody else's fault, and you required medical attention.
We can help claim for accidents on roads, footpaths, pavements, commercial premises and at work.
Whenever a product is sold to consumers, it must be safe for its intended use. The Consumer Protection Act 1987 states that if a product causes personal injury, and the injury was not due to misuse, the person injured has the legal right to make a compensation claim against the manufacturer or retailer responsible. This means that a compensation claim can be made even if the person injured did not buy the faulty product.
If you've been injured as a result of using a faulty or unsafe product, you could be entitled to make a defective product compensation claim. NoWinNoFee can help you to get the compensation you deserve.
Work related illnesses affect thousands of people every year. If you, too, have suffered from an industrial disease which your employer is at least partly responsible for, then you could be entitled to compensation.
You could make a claim if your employer failed to protect you even with the knowledge that you could become ill with any of the following work-related diseases and illnesses:
Hand arm vibration syndrome
Repetitive strain injury (RSI)
Skin conditions e.g. dermatitis
Fortunately, more frequently than not, health care in the UK is of a high standard and it’s not necessary for us to second guess our doctors, dentists, nurses or other health care workers. Sometimes however, that’s not the case. If you’ve suffered ill health or an injury due to medical negligence, you could be entitled to compensation. To find out how much compensation you could be entitled to simply fill out our claim form now.
Pain, injury, mental health problems or even death caused as a result of poor health care
The medical incident happened either on the privately or on the NHS
Claims can include many different types of treatment by your dentist, GP or hospital
You can show that your accident/injury was directly caused by incompetent health care or lack of judgment