Personal Injury Solicitors In London

The prospect of seeking legal help can be extremely daunting, especially if you have recently suffered an accident or injury that wasn’t your fault. We are a highly-experienced team of personal injury solicitors in London with a proven track record of helping people just like yourself to get the compensation you deserve.

No Win No Fee Claims Guide

We understand that making a personal injury compensation claim can seem like a big step. Our no win no fee claims solicitors have created this simple guide to help explain the process and to make sure that you understand how to go about making a claim. We’ll show you how we can help to make the process straightforward and as stress-free as possible and also how having help from an experienced team of no win no fee claims solicitors allows you to get the full compensation payment that you are entitled to.

Any personal injury is extremely stressful, both during the event itself and in the period that follows. Not only are you likely to be in significant pain as you recover, you may also face financial hardship if you need to take time off from work to allow you to heal. Our personal injury claims solicitors are specialists in getting you the compensation you need to give you the financial cushion to get you through this period.

Taking legal action to get compensation for your accident or injury might seem like a big step, and we know that many of our clients worry that it will add more stress to an already difficult time, and that it will be time-consuming and difficult. Our experienced team of no win no fee claims solicitors can take all of the worry out of making your compensation claim, leaving you to concentrate on your recovery.

If you are considering making a compensation claim for personal injury, call us on 0800 567 7074 or 0121 565 4317 or claim online today to see how we can help. We are available 24/7 and can arrange a free call back service at a time convenient to you if this is helpful.

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Accident At Work Compensation Claims

Accident at work compensation claims can be quite straightforward in some ways, as your employer is legally liable for your welfare. This means that they have to take steps to keep you safe and can’t deny that this was their responsibility. In other ways, though, it can be very difficult, as most people want and need to maintain a good relationship with their employer. You might want to make sure that you keep your job or that you receive a good reference if you decide to move on. Our experienced team of no win no fee claims solicitors have the skills needed to ensure that your compensation claim is dealt with professionally and smoothly, keeping a good relationship with your boss.

Making an accident at work claim means that you need to be able to show that your accident took place while you were working or on work premises, that you were performing your normal duties or a task you were asked to do and that your employer should have been able to predict what happened to you and did not take enough steps to prevent it.

Although this sounds complicated, it’s very straightforward. You can claim for an accident when your employer is able to protect you, so you can’t claim for a car accident on your way to work, for example. Your employer must also have had the opportunity to offer you training and safety equipment, so they cannot be responsible if you use a piece of machinery without their permission or knowledge.

Making A Compensation Claim With Our Personal Injury Solicitors In London

Our team of expert no win no fee claims solicitors understand that the period following your accident or injury is likely to have been exceedingly stressful. We want to make the process of making a personal injury compensation claim as easy and straightforward as possible. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 0800 567 7074 or 0121 565 4317 to offer you the advice and assistance you need. You can also claim online, and we will arrange a free call back at a time that is convenient to you.

Our expert team of personal injury solicitors in London understand the importance of listening. We make sure that we listen carefully to every aspect of your case, including who was at fault, the circumstances surrounding your accident, all of the details of your injuries and the ways in which this has impacted your life. This degree of personalised care means that we are able to give you the most accurate information and advice that is specific to you.

Our team of no win no fee claims solicitors take over all of the time-consuming and complex admin, meaning that you don’t need to waste your time filling out forms, writing to the other party or trying to conduct the compensation negotiations. This takes all of the stress and burden off of you and allows you to concentrate on other things. For the few pieces of paperwork that do require your personal signature, we are able to arrange a home visit to help you with this, if you would prefer. This way, we ensure that your personal injury compensation claim places as little burden on your everyday life as possible.

We want to help you get the justice you deserve, without having to worry. Call now and see just how easy it can be.

Our No Win No Fee Claims Solicitors Can Get You The Best Compensation For Your Car Accident Claim

Our personal injury solicitors in London have many years of experience helping the victims of car accidents, just like you, to get the compensation they deserve. Our expertise means that we have seen all of the ‘tricks of the trade’ that insurance companies use to avoid paying out to victims or to make much smaller payments than you are entitled to.

Our personal injury solicitors in London have many years of experience helping the victims of car accidents, just like you, to get the compensation they deserve. Our expertise means that we have seen all of the ‘tricks of the trade’ that insurance companies use to avoid paying out to victims or to make much smaller payments than you are entitled to.

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Average Compensation Payments For Personal Injury Claims

Although it might seem like a simple question, it is not possible to give an accurate estimate of how much compensation your personal injury might attract without knowing the details of your case. This is because there are so many different factors which will have an impact. In general, however, compensation claims can be divided into two parts.

Compensation claims are usually separated into two parts. The first part is easier to calculate. This is the part designed to compensate you for the pain and suffering you have experienced. Compensation amounts in this category are set nationally by the Judicial College and a range is given for expected payments for each individual type of injury. Whilst this can give a basic guide, the ranges can be very wide, to allow for the specific nature of each individual injury. Our experienced no win no fee claims solicitors will be able to give you better guidance as to where in the range your injury is likely to fall.

The second part of your injury compensation claim is the more variable part. This is designed to make sure that you are not left financially worse off as a result of your injury. Ideally, this should mean that you are left in the same position as you would have been if your injury had not happened. This includes compensating you for the loss of earnings if you are unable to work for a period while you recover, and even for the loss of potential future earnings if your injuries mean that you are unable to return to your former line of work. Additionally, you can claim for any expenses you might have incurred as a result of what happened to you, including any additional transportation costs, care you may have had to pay for and rehabilitation help that you have needed to access privately, such as physiotherapy. In the case of very serious injuries, you may also be able to claim for modifications to your home and vehicle to allow you get your life back as close as possible to where it was before.

Working with our dedicated team of personal injury solicitors in London means that you have the benefit of our years of experience, allowing us to claim for many expenses that you might not have realised could be included in your compensation claim. We want to get you the financial support you need to help get your life back on track.

Will It Take Long To Complete My Personal Injury Compensation Claim With Personal Injury Solicitors In London?

It can be difficult to be sure exactly how long a particular personal injury compensation case will take, as some take far longer to finish than others. We realise that it is important to finish your case as quickly as possible, to allow you to put your personal injury behind you and move on.

Some of the very quickest cases to resolve can be completed in as little as a few weeks. These are always very simple cases in which the other side has accepted liability very quickly and without the need for extensive evidence-gathering. These cases are usually for the less serious injuries, as the compensation amounts are smaller ad there is less incentive for the other side to draw out negotiations to encourage you to accept less compensation than you are entitled to.

If your case is more complicated, for example if the other person refuses to accept that they were to blame or if there are multiple people who were all partially to blame for what happened, it might take much longer for you to get the compensation you deserve. Cases that have to go to court can last significantly longer than those that do not.

Is It Possible To Get Help With My Personal Injury Claim On A No Win No Fee Basis?

We believe that everyone is entitled to seek compensation following a personal injury, and we don’t believe that a lack of funds should prevent you from getting the legal advice that you need. This is why we offer our services on a no win no fee basis to almost all of our clients.

Our no win no fee agreements mean that you are able to instruct us to work on your behalf, without making any payments up front. We will only take payment once you have received the compensation payment you are entitled to. If we are unable to get you the compensation you deserve, you won’t owe us a penny. Even more importantly, our fees are set as a percentage of your payment, meaning that you know exactly how much you will need to pay before accepting any offer of compensation and you will always receive the majority of your compensation.

There are a very few circumstances under which it is not possible for us to offer a no win no fee agreement. If your accident or injury comes into this category, we will let you know as soon as possible and will discuss alternative funding options with you.

If you are thinking of making a personal injury compensation claim, don’t delay. Call now on 0800 567 7074 or 0121 565 4317 or claim online today.

Will I Have To Pay For My Personal Injury Solicitors In London If I Lose?

We guarantee that you will not be asked to make any payments whatsoever if we are unable to win you the compensation you deserve. The most important thing to understand about making a no win no fee compensation claim is that it is utterly free from risk for you. If we don’t get you the compensation you deserve, you won’t have to pay a penny. This means that you can be completely sure that you will never be left worse off as a result of seeking justice for your accident.

How Long Can I Delay Making A Personal Injury Compensation Claim?

Personal injury compensation claims are expected to be made as soon as possible after the event that caused them. At the most, you should have made your claim within two years of your accident. If you are getting close to this point, you should call our no win no fee claims solicitors today to get the help you need and to make sure that you don’t miss out.

There can sometimes be an advantage in waiting a little while before making a personal injury compensation claim. Some injuries may take a while to fully appear or they may take far longer than expected to heal. It is always worth having conversations with our personal injury solicitors in London as early as possible, however, as this gives you the best chance of forming a strong case and getting the compensation you deserve.

Can My Employer Fire Me For Making An Accident At Work Compensation Claim?

The short answer to this question is no. Your employer is not allowed to punish you in any way for making an accident at work compensation claim. They are not allowed to fire you, pass you over for promotion or to change your duties to less desirable ones as a result of your making an accident at work compensation claim.

Most companies are actually very understanding of you making an accident at work compensation claim, as they understand that you may need the time and financial support to help you get your life back on track as quickly as possible, and this includes coming back to work.

Making an accident at work compensation claim also provides your employer with a great deal of motivation to improve their health and safety equipment, procedures and policies. They will become fully aware of any failings that led to your accident, and are likely to want to fix these as quickly as possible. This helps to make your workplace safer for your colleagues, as well as yourself.

All employers are also required to take out Employers Liability Insurance, to ensure that you do not need to worry about causing the company serious financial difficulties as a result of your accident at work compensation claim. Your company will not be forced to fold or to downsize as a result of you making a claim.

Whether you are ready to begin your accident at work compensation claim, or if you have any questions, call us on 0800 567 7074 or 0121 565 4317 or claim online now to arrange your free, no obligation consultation.

What Is The Compensation Claim Process?

Making a personal injury compensation claim follows a simple procedure.

Before making a personal injury compensation claim, it can be important to get some legal advice and help. Our expert team of experienced personal injury claims solicitors are here 24 hours a day to make sure that you can access the support you need. Call us on 0800 567 7074 or 0121 565 4317 or claim online to give yourself the best possible chance of getting the compensation you need.

Working on your behalf, we write to the person responsible for your accident (this person is often known as the respondent). In this letter, we explain that you are claiming compensation for your injuries and that you believe that they were at fault. We ask them to accept responsibility (the legal term for this is accepting liability) for what happened and give them a deadline by which to inform us if they disagree.

If the other side tells us that they do not accept liability (this is known as them disputing liability), we will put together a file of evidence to support your claim. This will include any evidence you have found, as well as anything we gather. It can include a visual record of the event, if one exists, witness statements and expert testimony as to accepted safety guidelines for your industry. Once presented with this information, almost all employers will accept liability.

As soon as the other party has agreed liability, we can begin negotiations to decide how much compensation is fair. This will always be completely your decision, but we will offer you advice and support to ensure that you can be confident in your decisions. The other party will often offer a very low initial amount, known as a lowball offer, to see whether you will accept less than you are entitled to. With our experience, we are able to give you the information you need to identify these kinds of tactics and get the full amount of compensation you deserve for your accident.

Almost all of our cases are resolved without needing to go to court, as the other person accepts liability and we find a compensation amount that both sides think is fair. In a very few cases, however, it might be necessary to ask a judge to decide, if we are unable to form an agreement.

Personal Injury Solicitors In London Are Here To Help

Making a personal injury claim can seem daunting. It can be hard to decide whether to go ahead with making a claim, and you may be unsure who to trust. Our dedicated team of personal injury claims solicitors have years of experience helping people just like you to make their personal injury compensation claims.

If you are ready to make a personal injury compensation claim, the first thing to do is to call our dedicated team of personal injury claims solicitors. We are available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, ready to help you begin your claim. Call us free on 0800 567 7074. If you are calling from a mobile, please use 0121 565 4317, which is included in the free minutes if you have a contract. Alternatively, you can claim online and we will call you back at a time of your choosing.

During our call, we will make sure that we understand all of the details of your personal injury claim. It is important that we know all of the circumstances surrounding your accident (in particular who you believe was to blame), the impact that it has had on your life and the full extent of your injuries. This information allows us to give you an accurate estimate of your chances of winning your case, and the amount of compensation you can expect if we do.

We only take our fees once compensation has been agreed and is being transferred to you. Our fees are a minor percentage of your compensation payment, meaning that you will always receive the bulk of your compensation payment directly into your bank account. This allows you to have the financial support you need and lets you concentrate on your recovery.

What Are The Requirements For Making A Personal Injury Compensation Claim?

Following an accident, many people just like you are left unsure as to whether they should make a personal injury compensation claim. There are a few conditions that are required before you are entitled to make a compensation claim, but they are very simple and most people will be able to claim.

The first thing to note is that you must have sustained an actual injury as a result of your accident. This injury does not need to have been exclusively physical, as psychological damage is also recognised as important. You cannot make a personal injury compensation claim for near misses, however, or if you have an accident but are not injured in any way.

In order to make a compensation claim, you must also be able to demonstrate that there was someone else who was at fault in your accident. They do not have to have caused the accident directly, and they don’t even need to have been present. The important thing is that they had a responsibility to make sure that you were safe. In the workplace, your employer has this legal duty of care, meaning that almost all accidents at work fulfil this criteria.

It is also essential that the other party could have reasonably been expected to anticipate your accident. This is not the same as saying that they must have known that it would happen, but it must have been something that could have been predicted with enough thought and careful attention.

Finally, you should think about whether the person responsible for your safety took any steps to look after your wellbeing. Even if they did put some measures in place, you are still able to make a compensation claim if these were not sufficient for the degree of risk or for the circumstances you found yourself in.

If you have been injured as the result of an accident and there was someone else who could have helped to avoid or minimise your injuries, you are able to make an personal injury compensation claim. If you are in this position, call us on 0800 567 7074 or 0121 565 4317 or claim online today.

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