Denbigh is known as Dinbych in Welsh, which gives away the location of this charming town. It’s a market town in the Denbighshire area of Wales, towards the northern end of the region. Denbighshire is in the north-eastern corner of the country, so the short northern part of its border faces the sea. Only a tiny percentage of its population of just under 9,000 people ever has cause to learn about Denbigh no-win, no-fee compensation claims, purely because very few incidents happen here that might lead to such a claim.
Accidents happen – we all know that. However, it’s not always true to say someone else was responsible. No two accidents are ever the same, but there are situations where you could be hurt because of the actions of a third party.
How do Denbigh no-win, no-fee compensation claims work?
‘No-win, no-fee’ is a term you might have come across before. It means if you don’t win your compensation claim, you won’t pay solicitors’ fees. It takes the pressure and uncertainty away from you if you are thinking of trying to claim. Often, people won’t risk claiming even in situations where they have a strong case to argue, purely because they don’t want to risk losing money.
This type of claim takes away that doubt and uncertainty. If you find a personal injury lawyer who agrees to take your case, make sure they can do so under these terms. If so, it makes life far easier and less stressful for you as you explore what happened and what evidence you have to help prove your case in this instance.
Speak to an expert now
Knowing who to turn to when you’ve been injured in an accident is always hard. That’s why we’ve built our business around making it easier for people just like you. When you ring Accident Advice Helpline, you’re guaranteed to be able to chat with an experienced advisor, someone who is ready to give you some useful answers.
You are moments away from being the next person to find out if there is a possibility of making Denbigh no-win, no-fee compensation claims. Even if you’re unsure, we’d still encourage you to call now on 0800 689 0500 – our free enquiry line. Mobile callers can get in touch too on 0333 500 0993 today.
Date Published: 5th December 2016
Author: Rob Steen