Milton Keynes is one of several so-called new towns that were designed in 1967. Located in Buckinghamshire, it sits in the far north-eastern corner of the county and more than 229,000 people live in the urban area. With a population of this size, it is hardly surprising that occasional instances arise where people want to know about no-win, no-fee in Milton Keynes compensation claims.
So, you’re probably wondering why you’d need to know about this. You may have found this page because you want to know more about personal injury claims. Perhaps you have been in an accident that was not your fault in Milton Keynes or you live in the area and you want to try and find a local solicitor with knowledge about the claims process.
How does no-win, no-fee in Milton Keynes benefit the claimant?
If you realised you would be liable for legal costs if you lost a claim for compensation, is it likely you would continue with that claim? Many people wouldn’t, even if they were reasonably sure they would win. There is always that element of doubt, and you wouldn’t want to be worse off than you were to start with – especially not when you’re recovering from injuries. These may also mean you have been off work for a time and may not be able to earn what you did before, so you could already be suffering financial problems.
The no-win, no-fee part of the claim means you don’t have to worry about risk. If the case was lost and you failed to win compensation, no solicitors’ fees would be payable by you. You wouldn’t have lost anything, which means you don’t have to worry about the consequences of a no-win, no-fee in Milton Keynes claim.
Find out today if a claim may be warranted for you
Accident Advice Helpline has been around since 2000, and since then we have fielded thousands of calls from people who want to know whether compensation might be paid to them. We can answer your questions just as we could answer theirs, and we could help you win compensation too.
So, to learn about no-win, no-fee in Milton Keynes, call us on today 0800 689 0500 from a landline now, or ring 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone. When you do, you can chat with someone who is trained, experienced and who cares about the outcome of your potential claim, without putting you under any obligation to go ahead. Whatever you need to know about personal injury claims, we are here to help you.
Date Published: 5th December 2016
Author: Emma Matthews