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What is an Oldbury no win no fee* claim?

An Oldbury no win no fee* claim is a legal claim made against someone who has been found liable for an accident you have been involved in, and any personal injuries you may have sustained as a result.

Why do people make Oldbury no win no fee* claims?

The reason why people make Oldbury no win no fee* claims varies from person to person. Ultimately why does anyone do anything?

Here at the Accident Advice Helpline we have found that the main reason people make Oldbury no win no fee* claims is to secure financial compensation.

What is compensation?

The financial compensation you are awarded as part of an Oldbury no win no fee* claim is there for a variety of reasons.

Firstly, you can be awarded compensation purely for the injury or injuries you have suffered. This tends to be a fixed amount depending on the severity of the injury in question. To find out how much you could be entitled to receive you can take our 30 second test today.

The severity of your injury will be independently assessed by a medical expert who we arrange to evaluate your Oldbury no win no fee* claim. By looking at your medical history, the record of your injury, the treatment you have received and how you are doing months later they will be able to determine the impact that the injury has had on your life.

Your solicitors will then evaluate if you are entitled to any other form of compensation. It may be that you have lost income as a result of having to take time off from work, and this can be added to your Oldbury no win no fee* claim. You may find that you have had to make payments that you would not necessarily have had to have made were it not for your injury. For example, you may have had to pay for medical care, prescriptions or treatment. You may even have had to pay for someone to provide childcare services if you have needed additional support.

No matter what the situation the Oldbury no win no fee* solicitors of Accident Advice Helpline will do all they can to make sure that you are not left out of pocket, and that you get the maximum amount of compensation that you are entitled to.

Justice

Of course, receiving compensation is not the only motivating factor when it comes to making Oldbury no win no fee* claims. Many people start a claim because they are hoping to find justice for what has happened to them or their loved one.

Making a claim against someone and then finding that they have been found to be legally liable can bring closure to a situation.

No matter what your reasons, speak to the Accident Advice Helpline today.

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