Are You Eligible for a Personal Injury Claim?

Each victim for an accident compensation claim is a unique person and the circumstances surrounding their unfortunate incident will differ to even those in similar accidents. Even the level of injuries will vary as it is subject to individual’s strength and resilience.

Whatever the outcome of a terrible event, it is important to establish liability and to check if you eligible to make an injury claim. The best way is fill out a claim form online and we will call you back once we have identified a valid claim. You can call us if you prefer on 0800 2922 182 to discuss your situation and we can provide you with helpful advice.

Submit a claim with nothing to lose

Once you have been injured, it is no doubt a traumatising period and can force you to take leave from work responsibilities. Of course, there may be a reduction in your income and it can only add to your financial burdens, especially with bills that continue to arrive as expected.

Submitting an injury claim with our experienced solicitors does not mean that we are going to send you a huge bill. When you take up our No Win No Fee arrangement, you have nothing to pay if you lose your claim. If things are a little more complicated, then our lawyers can advise you if you are affected.

If you have been injured physically or psychologically and someone else's is to blame, then you can claim for damages.

Our Simple Claim Service

  • Provide Injury Details

    All you have to do is just tell us what injury you have and what happened. You can call us or submit an online form.

  • We Work For You

    Once we have all details we need, our expert solicitors will do all the hard work herein to settle your case quickly.

  • Receive Compensation

    Once we have achieved the best outcome for you, you will be informed and a compensation cheque will be sent to you.

What does CFA mean?

CFA stands for Conditional Fee Agreement and is another name for No Win No Fee arrangements. It is a legal document between an injured party and the solicitor acting for them. It outlines the agreement that no fees are charged for a case that is unsuccessful.

Most people are not going to work for nothing and our solicitors are the same. That is why the eligibility check is important to ensure that your claim is likely to succeed and that our legal representatives will get paid. We like to be open and honest so that we do not waste each other’s time which is the reason why we may decline a case that is not likely to succeed. This will be for your benefit.

Who is responsible for the accident?

Responsibility for an accident is not always clear, yet there is always someone liable for it. Your solicitor will have to hold someone responsible for the injury to make a claim against them.

When you explain how your accident happened, a solicitor has to determine who to hold accountable and it is not always necessarily the obvious choice. It is known for manufacturers to be held responsible for defects that caused an accident.

Most people or even manufacturers will try to avoid liability. However, we collect all the essential evidence surrounding your injury claim to ascertain who is to blame and can get third parties to admit liability. Any evidence that you provide can also play a crucial part in determining the amount of compensation pay-out you receive.

Often, some victims find that the responsible person for an accident at work is their employer or someone close to them. This can cause anxiety in submitting a claim in fear of losing a job or a friend. They may not want to put them out of pocket. Our legal system of litigation is based on claiming against the insurance of the responsible party. So, rest assured that the person you know will not directly pay for your compensation.

My child has been injured

Having a child injured in an accident is not a pleasant experience. If the injury was not an accident but someone else’s fault, then you can get the compensation they are entitled to.

Personal injury compensation for a child can be paid to a parent and is relatively a straight forward process. However, the compensation is usually held in trust for the child. The awarded amount can be accessed when the child reaches the age of 18. Our expert solicitors can explain the process to you according to your circumstances.

A claim can also be made for a person under the age of 18 by a litigation friend where a parent is not able to claim for the child. There are conditions that apply which our specialist lawyers can discuss with you. Call us on 0800 2922 182 or submit a form online to check for eligibility for a child’s personal injury claim.

Your Options To Compensation

  • Submit Claim For Assistance

    All you have to do is just tell us some details of what and where it happened so that we help you understand your rights.

  • Request A Callback

    Often in some injury cases it can be difficult to explain in writing so we give you the chance to talk by calling you upon request.

  • Contact For Claim Information

    Enquire online by using our contact form about any questions you may have about your compensation or a related issue.