Car Accident Claims for No Win, No Fee*

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One of the main considerations when making a personal injury compensation claim is the cost involved. In the past, accident victims were able to claim Legal Aid to help them pay for their case, and when this was phased out, a method of claiming called the Conditional Fee Agreement took its place. You may be more familiar with the phrase ‘no win no fee*’ as this is another term for this type of agreement which is offered by the legal profession.

Accident Advice Helpline supports many accident victims every year in claiming compensation on this basis, and one of the most common types of claim is for car accidents. The fact that people can make car accident claims no win, no fee* based, offers the opportunity to access the justice system when they are vulnerable, and allows them to obtain compensation for injuries that were sustained through no fault of their own.

How to make car accident claims with no win, no fee*

Our advisers can confirm whether you are eligible to claim compensation for your car accident, and will guide you through the process to make sure that you are happy to continue with a claim.

If you decide to continue, we will connect you with one of our specialist legal partners who all operate on the basis of no win, no fee*, ensuring that there is little financial risk to you in making a claim. Previous customers who have made car accident claims no win, no fee* based in the past, all tell us that this recommendation of a personal injury lawyer is one of the key reasons why they chose to make their claim through us.

Once we have put you in touch with a personal injury lawyer from our nationwide network, we offer ongoing help and support via our 24-hour helpline, should you need it.

Your claim for compensation

If your car accident claim is fairly straightforward, it may be processed over the phone, with no need for you to attend court. You may be required to have one independent medical assessment as part of your claim, however, but if you need to travel in relation to any part of your case, you can reclaim all out-of-pocket expenses by keeping your receipts.

As each case is unique, it is not possible to state how long it will take to finalise, but you can rest assured that we will be managing your case proactively, and if you have any queries or concerns, just ring our helpline and our knowledgeable advisers will be able to put your mind at rest.

Making car accident claims no win, no fee* based is a low-risk way to claim compensation following an accident that was not your fault, so if you need any more information about this type of claim, just call our helpline today.

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