When people refer to the West Midlands, they could be referring to one of several things. This is a region in England, for example, but it is also a county in that region. There is also a conurbation that goes by the same name, but once again, it does fall within that same region. As such, if you ever needed to look for a lawyer in the West Midlands, you would need to consider where you are, not to mention the type of lawyer you are looking for.
In some cases, people want to find someone who can help them with a compensation claim. This is most likely to happen after a person suffers injuries in an incident they were not responsible for. However, this is not enough to support a claims process. In order for a lawyer to fight such a claim, they would have to prove that negligence was also involved in the case of the other party.
What is no win, no fee*?
You may well have heard of no win, no fee* claims, and this applies in this situation. When someone is injured, perhaps because of a car accident or an incident in the workplace, they may well believe someone else was at fault. If this can be proven, the claimant has a good chance of potentially being granted compensation in respect of their injuries.
This is often done under the terms of a no win, no fee* agreement. This means the claimant won’t have to pay anything in solicitors’ fees unless their claim succeeds. If they lose, they won’t be in danger of losing out as a result of an accident they didn’t cause.
Could you make a claim like this?
You need to have been hurt in the last three years to stand a chance of making such a claim. You obviously need proof of negligence as well, but we can help with that.
Instead of looking for a lawyer in the West Midlands, rely on Accident Advice Helpline to assist you. We have a quick online test you can take before speaking with us, or you can just call us now on 0800 689 0500 – and yes, that is a free number. Find out why there’ll be no solicitors’ fees to pay if you don’t win your claim, so you can decide whether or not to go ahead.
Date Published: 31st December 2013
Author: David Brown