Making a claim

If you are injured through someone else’s fault it is your legal right to claim compensation.

You don't have to bear your own medical costs and other related expenses. And you should be compensated for your pain, suffering and loss of abilities, as well as your loss of income now and into the future. The law is on your side and provides avenues for you to claim your compensation.

How do you make a claim?

Claiming compensation does not have to be difficult or stressful. By using experienced no-win, no-fee solicitors, making a claim is easy. They will handle the case for you and you won’t have to pay anything from your own money if you lose. If you win you will now have to pay a 'success fee' as part of the Government's changes to legal structures in April 2013.

All of the solicitors we work with are experienced with no-win, no-fee claims, so your claim is in good hands.

What can you claim for and how much?

How much you can be compensated always varies depending on your personal circumstances. Read through these pages to find out what you can claim for, and how much you might receive.

Start making your claim

If you would like to find out about making a claim using no-win, no-fee solicitors, or would like to get your claim started straight away, you can call us and speak to one of our experienced client advisors. We can discuss your situation and what factors are important to you in making a claim and choosing a solicitor.

We can then select a suitable no-win, no-fee solicitor and put you in touch with them directly to get your claim started. We will also follow up with you to make sure that you are happy with your solicitor and that everything is going well. Basically, by offering no-win, no-fee claims, we can help take the stress out of making a claim and getting the compensation you deserve.






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