Brynaman no win no fee* claims

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How Brynaman no win no fee* claims for compensation stand more chance of being successful…

Claiming compensation is something that many of think we will never need to do. But, as some people will tell you, life has a habit of throwing curve balls, with accidents and other devastating incidents hitting out lives at a time we don’t expect them to.

The effects can be far-reaching and beyond our imagining. But, there is help out there and it comes in the form of Accident Advice Helpling and their ability to pursue Brynaman no win no fee* claims for compensation.

Fitting the bill

ALL claims for compensation, regardless of the injury or injuries, must meet the criteria for an eligible case as laid down in law.

The section of law that covers compensation is known as personal injury law and it is quite clear about entitlement and eligibility. Here is a simplified version of what the law states:

  • The accident must not have been your fault
  • Compensation claims are made for injuries, not damage to property
  • You must have had these injuries diagnosed and treated by a medical professional
  • You must be making your claim within 3 years of the date of the accident
  • Anyone is entitled to claim, as long as your case ‘ticks all the right boxes’

How much will it cost?

This is the beauty of Brynaman no win no fee* claims for compensation! Here at Accident Advice Helpline, we recognise that for people who have been hurt, they may also be suffering financially, as well as emotionally and physically from their injuries.

There is no legal aid for compensation claims; this ceased in 1998. However, recognising that it was unfair for the victim to shoulder all the financial risk, the Condition Fee Agreement was created. This is better known as no win, no fee* and, at its simplest, means that no money is needed upfront to start your claim.

Clearly, for many people, this takes a huge weight off their minds.

What about court appearances?

Not many Brynaman no win no fee* claims for compensation end up in the court system; here at Accident Advice Helpline, we believe this is because we compile accurate, detailed cases that make it difficult for the ‘other side’ to refute the claim for compensation hat is being put before them.

In our long experience in this specialist field of law, only the very complex and contested cases end in court.

Brynaman no win no fee* claims for compensation are brought to their logical and successful conclusion by Accident Advice Helpline as swiftly as they can; call us for a no obligation chat on 0800 689 0500.

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