One of the first things people want to know when they are thinking of making no win no fee accident claims in Bury is how much they might stand to win if their case is a success. This is quite natural. After all, nobody makes personal injury claims for the fun of it. The sole purpose of the endeavour is to make money to pay for your financial losses, even if a side effect is making sure that people or organisations that do people injuries in accidents that were not their fault are taught a lesson.
Compensation levels and no win no fee accident claims in Bury
The truth is that every single personal injury claim is different. As such, the amount of money you might win from your no win no fee accident claims in Bury will be quite hard to quantify without having the details of what happened to you to hand. As such, it is almost impossible to put together a reliable formula that will tell you just how much you could stand to gain. There are so many variables that could affect your claim that to attempt to do so would be foolhardy.
However, if you can provide a few details about what happened to you and the severity of your injuries, you can make use of our compensation calculator. This will give you a ballpark figure of the sort of money you could be looking at. Alternately, take a look at our testimonials pages. You will find a number of case studies of claims that we have fought successfully, along with how much our claimants won. If you find an accident that bears some resemblance to yours, you might be able to expect a similar amount to that outlined.
Call the personal injury experts
A better way to get a feel for what you might be able to win if you were to launch a no win no fee accident claims is to call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. You’ll be connected to one of our friendly and professional claims advisors who will be able to tell you if you might have a case, and give you some idea of what you could stand to win. What are you waiting for? Pick up the phone and make that call right now. Lines are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, all the year round.
Date Published: 22nd March 2015
Author: David Brown