When making Blaenavon personal injury claims, it is essential to choose a solicitor who uses the no-win, no-fee method of funding. It reduces your financial risk when claiming because you are not liable to pay your solicitor’s fees should you lose your case. This helps to lessen the stress of claiming compensation and encourages innocent accident victims to seek justice for their injuries.
The introduction of the Conditional Fee Agreement
The official title for no-win, no-fee is the Conditional Fee Agreement. Introduced during the 1990s, it replaced Legal Aid for people claiming personal injury compensation and offered access to the justice system for innocent victims of accidents.
At this time, Citizens Advice Bureaux also reduced their services in helping to find a suitable solicitor for personal injury victims, resulting in an urgent need for a fair and ethical system. No-win, no-fee offers you peace of mind, and should be a major factor in your decision to claim.
Accident Advice Helpline’s professional advisers
Our helpline advisers are specially trained to deal with the needs of personal injury victims. We offer levels of customer care that we believe are second to none, from the moment you phone until the end of your claim.
Having said that, there will be no hard-sell when you ring, and you are under no obligation to start a claim with us at any stage. Our advisers simply provide you with all the details needed to make an informed decision and then give you the space you need.
What type of Blaenavon personal injury claims can you make?
Accident Advice Helpline deals with various types of claims for personal injury compensation:
- Road traffic accidents: these often include accidents on the motorway when cars have been travelling too fast, or a driver who has failed to drive responsibly and caused a serious accident. Other cases have involved cyclists and pedestrians, or simply a lack of concentration on the part of another driver.
- Slips, trips or falls: this type of accident frequently happens in a shop or supermarket – for example, if someone has slipped on a wet floor that should have been marked with a warning sign. Other accidents of this type can happen on an uneven pavement or thoroughfare.
- Accidents at work: workplace accidents can be severe in particular industries such as construction and we deal with many falls from height or incidents involving heavy machinery. Additionally, tripping over loose cables or wires in an office happens all too often and, although the injuries can be less severe, long-term damage to the neck or spine may be suffered.
Get help with Blaenavon personal injury claims today
To see if you can make Blaenavon personal injury claims, or a claim for compensation anywhere else in the UK, call now on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 31st August 2014
Author: David Brown