How ‘no win, no fee’ can help you
There are many ways that people act in reaction to being in an accident. One of those ways to react is to put together a claim for financial reward for the pain suffered. If you are wondering which is the best solicitor to help you then check out our ‘no win, no fee’ reviews.
There are normally a lot of invisible costs that come about as a result of accidents and therefore having a well-informed guide at your side will assist you in making a claim for remuneration for your injuries. You do not need any more strain at a time like this. The excellent news is that you might be able to get help. Take our 30-second test to see if you can make a claim for compensation.
Using no win no fee reviews to find out who can help you
A lot of people think that the expression ‘no win, no fee’ has to mean there is a catch. Check out the ‘no win, no fee’ reviews and find out the best care for your case.
A lawyer working on a ‘no win, no fee’ case will cover fees by claiming from the other side. So if you lose, then there are no fees yet to be paid. This means you can go forward and make your claim using a lawyer without upsetting the bills.
Any compensation claim needs evidence. So you will find that having a lawyer to assist you with this process is beneficial. Keep any evidence that will help you prove your case. This includes witness statements, photographs, and the contact details of anyone there at the time of the incident.
What claims can be made on a ‘no win, no fee’ basis?
All personal injury compensation claims can be made by solicitors on a ‘no win, no fee’ basis; commonly this includes:
- accidents at work
- road traffic accidents
- public liability (including slips, trips and falls)
- accidents on holiday
- sporting accidents
On the whole, a claim can be made in any situation where the defendant owes the plaintiff a duty of care and the defendant fails that duty of care. This duty is owed in most walks of life from employers to their employees, doctors to their patients, road users to each other and so on. Accident Advice Helpline is very experienced at dealing with a variety of claims. We are here to advise you every step of the way.
Date Published: 26th February 2013