How do I know if I have grounds for a No Win, No Fee claim?
Was a person or an organisation responsible for the personal injury you have suffered? If so, then you might well be eligible to seek compensation.
In general, you must make a claim within three years of suffering an accident. Obviously, the sooner you seek advice about claiming compensation the easier it can be to gather evidence which could prove vital to your chances of success.
To be eligible for a No Win, No Fee arrangement it must be established who was responsible for your accident – this could be a person, an employer or an organisation.
Examples of some of the instances where people might be eligible to make a personal injury claim include:
- A road traffic accident which causes whiplash, bruising or a more serious injury
- An accident at work caused by unsuitable equipment, poor health and safety or a dangerous working practice
- Medical negligence resulting from poor health care or lack of judgement
- An illness suffered as a result of coming into contact with asbestos
- An injury caused by tripping or slipping on an unrepaired paving stone
- Pain caused by a faulty product which a manufacturer failed to ensure complied with safety standards
- Food poisoning caused by under-cooked food in a restaurant
Our No Win, No Fee solicitors have vast experience of dealing with compensation claims relating to other issues such as whiplash, road accidents and medical negligence.
And if you’re still not sure whether you are eligible to make a No Win, No Fee claim, there is a very good way of finding out – contact us for a definitive answer!
No Win, No Fee claims – who can they help?
No Win, No Fee claims can help anyone who has had an accident that wasn’t their fault.
They are designed to ensure you receive the compensation and treatment, such as physiotherapy, that you might need and are entitled to. A personal injury claim can also help others; for instance by making a workplace safer.SHARE THIS