Compensation

If you have been injured through somebody else’s fault, then it is your legal right to claim compensation.

An accident compensation claim or injury compensation claim can be easy, when you make a no-win, no-fee compensation claim using no-win, no-fee solicitors.

What can you claim for?

You can claim compensation for:

  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of amenity
  • Psychological injury
  • Medical and other expenses
  • Loss of income
  • Loss of future income

Your solicitor can advise the amount you can claim compensation for each of these categories. A solicitor experienced with compensation claims will be able to make an estimate based on similar cases.

How much will I get?

The actual amount you will get varies from case to case – even for similar injuries, compensation will differ, as compensation claims are complex. This is because everyone is affected differently by an injury - whether it be an accident compensation claim or a whiplash compensation claim - so a court will look carefully at your circumstances to decide what is a fair amount of compensation.

How much you will receive depends on the circumstances of your case. Your personal injury solicitor can explain to you how much you should get. They can help make an assessment based on an injuries-compensation table and on similar cases.

Compensation

Since April 2013, claimants cannot receive 100% of a payout. There is now a 'success fee' - your solicitor will explain this to you. If you lose you are still not liable for costs though.

Making a claim

If you would like to speak to a no-win, no-fee solicitor and start your claim, give us a call. We work with a number of solicitors across the UK that we can put you in touch with directly. You can speak to one of our experienced client advisors who can discuss your case with you and put you in touch with a no-win, no-fee solicitor that can assist further.






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