Personal Injury Solicitors In Manchester

Our dedicated team of personal injury solicitors in Manchester are here to help you get the best compensation payment you can following your accident or injury. We have years of experience helping people just like you, meaning that we are able to make the whole process as stress free as possible whilst making sure that your claim properly reflects the injuries you have suffered.

Personal Injury Solicitors In Manchester

No Win No Fee Claims Guide

After an accident or injury, making a personal injury compensation claim can seem like a step too far. We believe that the process should be as stress-free and easy as possible, which is why our no win no fee claims solicitors have put together this simple, straightforward guide to making a claim. We will explain how to go about making a personal injury claim and answer questions that clients often ask, such as how long it will take for the claim to be processed, how much compensation they can expect to receive and how no win no fee agreements work. We will also show you how our expert team of no win no fee claims solicitors can help you to get the full amount of compensation you deserve.

Our dedicated team of personal injury claims solicitors are here to help you get compensation for your accident or injury that wasn’t your fault. We know that the period immediately after an accident can be particularly stressful, as you take the time to recover. For many of our clients, this can also be a period of financial hardship, if they are forced to take some time off work to allow them to heal.

Making a claim for your accident might seem like adding just one more stress into an already difficult time. Our dedicated personal injury solicitors in Manchester have years of experience helping people just like you to get the justice you deserve, without lots of time-consuming admin. We want to take the stress out of your personal injury claim.

If you would like to discuss your personal injury compensation claim, or if you are ready to begin your claim, call us on 0800 567 7074 or 0121 565 4317 or claim online today. We’re open 24 hours a day and our caring team are ready to take your call.

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Compensation Claims For Accidents At Work

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.

For you to make an accident at work compensation claim, your employer must have been able to anticipate what happened to you and must not have taken enough steps to keep you safe. Your accident must also have taken place at work and you must have been doing something you would normally be expected to do or something you were asked to do.

This is much less restrictive than it sounds. It just means that you can’t claim for accidents that happen while you are travelling to or from work and that you must have been doing something that you were authorized to do when your accident happened. You can claim if you are injured by a faulty kettle in the break room but you can’t claim for injuries if you were using a piece of machinery without your employer’s knowledge or consent.

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How To Make A Claim With Our Personal Injury Solicitors In Manchester

Our no win no fee claims solicitors are here to help eliminate the stress involved in making a personal injury compensation claim. The most important thing is that we are available to you, 24 hours per day. This means that you can always access the legal help that you need. If you have a question about your personal injury compensation claim, or if you are considering starting a claim, call us on 0800 567 7074 or 0121 565 4317 at any time. If you prefer, you can claim online and we will arrange a call back at a time that is convenient for you.

When we first discuss your claim with you, our dedicated team of personal injury solicitors in Manchester are trained to take the time to listen carefully to your story. This allows us to fully understand the causes of your accident, the extent of your injuries and the ways in which this has impacted your life. By making sure that we have a complete picture of what happened, we can give you the personalised advice as to the amount of compensation you can expect and the likelihood of your claim being successful.

Working with our expert team of no win no fee claims solicitors means that we will be able to take over the vast majority of the admin and paperwork. We know that the time following an accident or injury can be stressful, so we complete almost all of the forms for you.

Our personal injury solicitors in Manchester are here to take the stress out of your personal injury claim, allowing you to dedicate that time and energy to your recovery.

Get Help With Your Car Accident Claims From Our No Win No Fee Claims Solicitors

Getting compensation for injuries you’ve suffered in a car accident is easy with our personal injury solicitors in Manchester. We have years of experience in demonstrating who was to blame for your car accident and making sure that you get the full compensation you are entitled to. Insurance companies will often make extremely low offer for personal injury compensation following a car accident, hoping that you won’t know how much you are entitled to. Working with our expert team can help you to get the full compensation you deserve.

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Typical Compensation Amounts For Personal Injury Claims

Every personal injury is unique, and this means that every compensation claim is also unique. The amount of compensation you receive will depend on the severity of your injuries and the impact this has had on your life. There are some common factors in personal injury compensation claims, however.

Compensation claims can be thought of as being divided into two distinct parts. The first part aims to compensate you for the pain and suffering you have experienced as a result of your injuries. Because this is such a subjective thing, the governing body (the Judicial College) has set guidelines for how much compensation should be awarded for different injuries. They provide a range within which compensation payments should fall for each injury, but these ranges are often very wide. This is to allow for the individual nature of your personal injury. Our expert no win no fee claims solicitors have years of experience, allowing them to give you the most accurate estimate of where in this range your injury is likely to fall.

The second, and often much larger, part of your compensation claim is to compensate you for any costs, expenses or losses associated with your injury. The aim of compensation is to give you as close as possible to the same situation as you would have ad if your injury had not occurred. This means that you are able to claim for any loss of earnings if you are unable to work as a result of your injury, or even for the loss of the earnings you would have been likely to receive if your injuries mean that you are unable to return to your previous work. You may also be entitled to claim for additional medical support, the help of a carer if this has become necessary and even some modifications to your home or vehicle if they are necessary to allow you to resume the life you had previously.

It can be difficult to be sure that you are claiming everything that you are entitled to. Our expert personal injury solicitors in Manchester have years of experience making sure that you are claiming for everything you deserve, giving you the best possible compensation claim to help you get your life back on track following your accident or injury.

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How Long Does It Take To Make A Personal Injury Claim With Personal Injury Solicitors In Manchester?

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.

For cases that can be resolved quickly, they are likely to take only a few weeks or months. These cases tend to be for more minor injuries and where the other person accepts liability easily. When smaller sums of money are involved, the other party is likely to want to resolve the case simply and quickly, without arguing in great detail over each offer of compensation. It is in their interest to resolve the case as quickly as possible to reduce their costs, as well as your stress.

If your personal injury claim involves a very serious injury or if it is not completely clear exactly who was responsible for your accident, your case is likely to be much more complicated and may take significantly longer to be resolved. If your claim cannot be settled out of court, it will take even longer.

No Win No Fee Personal Injury Compensation Claims

One of the most daunting aspects of making a personal injury compensation claim is the risk of high legal fees, especially if there is no guarantee that your claim will be successful. At Free Legal Justice, we believe that you should never be left worse off as a result of trying to get the justice you deserve. This is why we offer our services on a no win no fee basis to almost all of our clients.

Working on a no win no fee basis means that we are able to act on your behalf, without you having to pay anything up front. We are only paid once you have received the compensation you deserve for your accident or injury. Our fees are set as a percentage of your compensation payment, meaning that you will never be left with legal fees that cost more than you receive. You will always be left better off as a result of successful claim.

Under some circumstances, we are not able to offer our services on a no win no fee basis. If this is the case for your accident or injury, we will make sure that you know as soon as possible and we will suggest alternative funding options.

If you are considering making a personal injury compensation claim, don’t hesitate. Our expert team are waiting to take your call. Call us on 0800 567 7074 or 0121 565 4317 now or claim online and let our expert team of personal injury claims solicitors help you with your claim.

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

The important thing about making a no win no fee compensation claim for your personal injury is that it must never put you more at risk. We will never ask you for any money if we are unable to win you the compensation you deserve. This guarantee ensures that you are able to seek justice for your accident or injury without worrying about how you will pay for it if we lose. You will never be left out of pocket as a result of trying to get the compensation you are entitled to.

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

The deadline for making a personal injury claim following an accident is two years from the date of the accident. Although this can be extended in very exceptional circumstances, almost all cases are resolved within this time limit and exceptions are very rare. If you are approaching this date, it is essential that you contact our no win no fee claims solicitors without delay.

In a few cases, there might be an advantage to waiting before making your compensation claim following your accident. This is usually the case when it is not clear that you have had all of the symptoms that you will experience or when it is not certain how complete your recovery might be. Talking with our personal injury solicitors in Manchester should still be your first priority, however, as we can then give you the legal advice you need to make the best decisions for you.

I’m Worried That Making An Accident At Work Compensation Claim Could Cost Me My Job

You should always be able to continue working in your old job, despite making an accident at work compensation claim, provided that your injuries do not mean that you are unable to perform the tasks required. Your employer is not allowed to punish you in any way for making an accident at work compensation claim, so your old job should still be available to you.

The majority of employers understand that you may want and need to make a compensation claim following your accident at work, and they would not wish to punish you in any way. They recognise that the compensation you need will help you to get your life back on track as quickly as possible.

Making an accident at work compensation claim doesn’t just help you. Your colleagues can also benefit from you making an accident at work claim, as it will often encourage an employer to be more careful with their health and safety rules and can improve overall safety and working conditions.

It is also important to know that your employer will always have a form of insurance known as Employers Liability Insurance, which covers them for any accident at work compensation claims. This means that you do not need to worry that the company you work for will be unable to continue as a result of your accident at work compensation claim.

If you are ready to begin your accident at work compensation claim, or if you have any questions, there’s no need to wait. Call us on 0800 567 7074 or 0121 565 4317 or claim online today. We are available 24/7 to make sure that you get the expert help you need.

The Process Of Making A Compensation Claim

Making a compensation claim follows the same process for all kinds of personal injury claims.

The first step in making a personal injury compensation claim should be to make sure that you have the best possible legal advice. We are here 24/7 to help you. Call our dedicated team of personal injury claims solicitors on 0800 567 7074 or 0121 565 4317 or claim online to secure the assistance you need to get the compensation you deserve.

As your personal injury claims solicitors, we will send a letter to the person to blame for your accident, explaining that you are making a personal injury compensation claim and that you believe that they were to blame. We will give them a deadline by which they must either accept liability (this means accepting that they were to blame) or tell us why they were not to blame.

If they refuse to accept liability, we will show them evidence to support your claim. This can include any evidence you have gathered, such as the contact details of witnesses or photographs and videos of the location in which your accident occurred, as well as evidence we collect ourselves. It is very difficult for employers to claim that they were not responsible for accidents that took place at work.

Once the other person has agreed liability for your accident, we are able to negotiate with them to agree an amount of compensation that is acceptable to both sides. It is very common for the other party to make a ‘lowball offer’ initially. This is when they offer an amount of compensation that is very much lower than you are entitled to, in the hope that you will accept it, or to adjust your expectations I the hope that you will accept a slightly higher offer than that. We will offer you our expert advice as to whether the offer being made is fair or not, but the final decision as to whether to accept or reject an offer will always be down to you.

It is almost always possible to reach an agreement, not only in terms of who was to blame for your accident, but also in terms of how much compensation you are entitled to. In the very rare situations that it is not possible for find agreement, we will help you through the court process. You may need to attend court, explain what happened and why you believe that you are entitled to the amount of compensation you are seeking. Although this might seem daunting, we will guide you through it and offer support at every stage.

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Personal Injury Solicitors In Manchester Are Here To Help

We understand that they idea of making a compensation claim can seem daunting. Many people are unsure as to whether to go ahead with a personal injury compensation claim, worried that it could be time-consuming and difficult. Our experienced team of personal injury claims solicitors are here to help. We have helped hundreds of people to get the compensation they deserve, just like you do.

If you are considering making a compensation claim following your accident, your first step should always be to ensure that you have the best possible legal advice. We offer a free, no-obligation consultation to help you decide whether you would like to continue with your personal injury compensation claim. Our expert team of dedicated personal injury solicitors in Manchester are here 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to give you the advice you need. Call us free on 0800 567 7074 (or 0121 565 4317 for mobiles). If you prefer, you can claim online and we will call you back at a time that suits you.

When we talk to you about your accident, we are trying to ensure that we understand all of the details of your personal injury compensation claim. Important details include who you believe was to blame for what happened to you, the ways that your injury has impacted your life and the full extent of your injuries. This allows us to give you accurate estimates of the likelihood of winning your case, as well as a personalised estimate as to how much compensation you are likely to receive.

Only once the compensation has been agreed and paid do we take our fees, which are a percentage of your compensation payment. You will always receive the vast majority of your payment, to help give you the financial support you need to be able to concentrate on your recovery after your accident.

I Suffered An Accident. Can I Claim Compensation?

Many of our clients can find it difficult to be sure that they are able to make a personal injury compensation claim. There are a few simple requirements that must be fulfilled in order for you to make a personal injury compensation claim.

This may seem self-evident, but you are only able to make a personal injury compensation claim if you have experienced an accident and were injured as a result. Your injury can be either physical or psychological, but you cannot claim for injuries that you could have suffered, had your accident been slightly more severe. You also cannot claim for a near miss. We understand that narrowly avoiding injury can be alarming, but you can only claim compensation for injuries that you have actually suffered.

The second thing that is required for you to make a compensation claim is that there must be someone else who was at fault in your accident. They do not have to have caused it directly, but they must have been in some way responsible for keeping you safe. If your accident or injury occurred at work, this can be very easy to demonstrate, as your employer has a legal obligation t consider your health and safety and to take all appropriate steps to protect you.

The other person must also have been able to foresee or anticipate what has happened to you. This doesn’t mean that they must have actually known that it would happen, but that they could have considered it, if they had put sufficient thought and care into health and safety concerns.

The final thing to think about is whether they took sufficient measures to protect you, or to minimise the severity of any injuries you might experience. Even if they took some basic measures, you are still able to claim if these are not considered sufficient.

If you were the victim of an accident that wasn’t your fault, we want to help you get the compensation you deserve. Call our expert team of no win no fee claims specialists on 0800 567 7074 or 0121 565 4317 or claim online today to arrange your free, no obligation consultation.

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