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Free legal advice on making a personal injury claim
Claims4Free strives to provide clear and concise information on making a claim for those visiting this site. All the information provided on Claims4Free is entirely free, and can help you decide whether or not you are in a position to start a no win, no fee claim. However, if you feel you're ready to make a claim for personal injury compensation right away, you should contact us via our online claim form, or call us on 0808 115 0700. We can then explain exactly where you stand, based upon the specific details you provide about your situation, and get the claims process started if you wish to pursue compensation.
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Working on a no win, no fee basis
If you've suffered an injury which wasn't your fault, then you may be eligible to make a claim for compensation. Compensation is not a question of 'cashing in' or profiteering. It is simply the case that payouts allow claimants to recover from financial and emotional losses caused by their injury, and a fair compensation payment will allow just that. Why should those who have been injured due to the negligence of another bet left to suffer on-going pain, distress and financial hardships?
The answer is - they shouldn't. This is why, in the vast majority of cases, we offer a 'no win no fee' service. This means claimants need not worry about the financial ramifications of launching a case. Those who win will receive compensation for their injuries. Meanwhile, claimants who lose will have their legal costs completely covered by our insurance policy. There are some exceptions to this system (examples include cases involving criminal injury, and more often than not, cases pursued in Scotland). However, whatever your circumstances, our personal injury lawyers will ensure you know exactly how 'no win, no fee' applies to your claim, and will only proceed when you're fully informed, and happy for the solicitor to do so.
Making sure your claim is successful
In order to make a successful claim for personal injury compensation it's vital two criteria be met. Firstly, you must have been involved in an accident which wasn't your fault, and was caused by the negligence of a third party. Secondly, as a result of this accident, you must have suffered some kind of long term injury or illness. For the purposes of a claim, this 'injury' can be physical or psychological in nature. The 'accident' in question might have been a one-off incident, or a longer term problem such as an unsafe working environment causing serious illness. Put simply, if you've been hurt and it wasn't your fault, you're already suffering. There's no reason this suffering should continue in the form of direct expenses, lost earnings or a reduced quality of life.
An accident could be something as simple as a slip on a wet supermarket floor, or a more complex case of medical negligence. If you feel you may be in a position to seek compensation then call us on 0808 115 0700, and our trained advisers will note the details of your case. Should we feel your claim is likely to be successful, we'll put you in touch with a personal injuries lawyer who will work to build the strongest possible case on your behalf.
Engaging a personal injury solicitor
The expert solicitor we'll put you in touch with will do everything to ensure you fully grasp the nuances of your case, and the nature of compensation cases as a whole. The solicitor will define the meaning of 'no win no fee', explain how successful you case is likely to be, and how much of your compensation payout (if applicable) you can expect to keep. These points will be discussed on a no obligation basis, and your case will only be taken on should your solicitor feel you have a significant chance of succeeding. Feel free to contact us even if you are unsure if you have a case for compensation, as our legal advisers will be able to give you a definite answer.
Compensation Claims News
A German company which passed defective PIP breast implants as being safe has been ordered to pay compensation to over a hundred British women.
The amount of money paid out in compensation to patients who have been injured through medical negligence whilst being treated in Northern Ireland has risen to almost twice as much as it was four years ago.
A man from Blackley who was knocked down by a car in Manchester City Centre six years ago has been awarded compensation of over £2m in recognition of the injuries he suffered.
A Freedom of Information request handed in to Sunderland City Council has unearthed figures detailing the amount of money which has been paid out to people as compensation for tripping on loose or misplaced paving stones. The money paid out to those Wearsiders who have fallen and injured themselves runs into tens of thousands of pounds.
Hollie McDowall was born in 2005 at University Hospital Coventry, but was left in a severely disabled state after mistakes made by the medical staff delivering her.