Bradford is a borough that sits within the City of Bradford. Its population is over 500,000 people, and it sits close to the Pennines, at their very feet. Other major cities are located within a short distance too, including Leeds and Wakefield. Bradford is just north of the centre of West Yorkshire. Any area with a significant population may have an increased chance of seeing a few more claims for compensation following an accident. However, Bradford no win, no fee* claims are not common at all. The area is very safe and accidents are uncommon here.
With that said, you never know when fate might strike and cast you as the victim in a particular accident. If so, you may have time to wonder who caused that accident and whether blame could be apportioned to someone else.
How does a claim of this kind work?
Many people want to know whether they are at risk of losing out financially by making this kind of legal claim. In reality, you could lose out financially if you don’t. Not all accidents lead to claims being made – it all depends on the circumstances. However, if a professional injury compensation lawyer believes you have a reasonable chance of claiming, you should definitely consider doing so.
The idea of the no win, no fee* agreement is that you’re not in danger of losing out should your claim not be successful. In this case, no solicitors’ fees would be paid by you, so you wouldn’t be out of pocket. If you were successful, a portion of your compensation would go towards payment for your solicitor. This will be explained before you decide whether or not to proceed.
Is it time for you to call us?
Accident Advice Helpline has taken phone calls from lots of people wanting to know whether their injuries could be compensated for under the terms of one of these agreements. Some of these calls have led to Bradford no win, no fee* claims. Could your call end up heading in the same direction?
Why not find out today, simply by calling our team of advisors on 0800 689 0500. We are here to provide expert advice which is given without any obligation to you to go forward with a claim. It’s the best way to make sure you know where you stand, and how to proceed.