Craven No Win No Fee*

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Road Traffic Accidents

If you have been involved in an road traffic accident or collision then the last thing you may be thinking of at first is making a Craven no win no fee* claim for compensation. However, as you get over the initial shock and you start to count the financial costs of your accident you may start to think seriously about it.

Making a Craven no win no fee* claim

Making a Craven no win no fee* claim for compensation is ideal for people who have suffered a significant personal injury as a result of an accident. The difficult part of this concept is “significant”. It doesn’t matter how severe your injury was, or the amount of time you have to make the recovery – it is not something that can be easily defined. Significant just simply means something that has an impact on your life.

It may mean that you have to take time off from work to recover, have to take medication to speed up the healing process, need therapy to get over a shock, give up work completely or you may “just” have needed a few stitches and a sugary cup of tea to get over the shock.

Significant can be different to different people – so please speak to an Accident Advice Helpline solicitor about whether your injuries allow you to make a Craven no win no fee* claim.

However, making a Craven no win no fee* claim for compensation is not just about the compensation for the personal injury you have sustained. You can also recover any money you have had to pay out as a result of your accident and injury. It may be that you have to pay for medical prescriptions, or have had to seek private health care which has cost you. Provided that you have kept hold of any receipts associated with these out of pocket expenses then our solicitors will be able to include these in your Craven no win no fee* claim.

No risk

Equally, you may be encouraged to make a claim for compensation when you fully understand what a Craven no win no fee* claim is.

Here at Accident Advice Helpline all of our solicitors, no matter what their speciality is or the type of case you are asking them to work on, will offer our special no win, no fee* guarantee.

This means that we guarantee not to charge you a legal fee if we are unable to secure you compensation for your accident and injuries. Prior to taking on your case our team will review your eligibility to make a claim –using both their experience and our 30 second test. If they decide to take your claim on, then it is because they are confident they can win you compensation. If they fail to, then you will not have to pay us anything.

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