Port Talbot no win no fee claims for compensation – can pedestrians seek compensation for personal injuries?
In short, yes they can! Anyone who has been hurt in a road accident could seek compensation, providing they were not responsible for the accident.
As long as you fit the criteria needs to claim then you should be able to make a claim. All potential Port Talbot no win no fee claims for compensation should be discussed with a solicitor to better decide if you’re eligible.
- The Accident
The basis in law that is applied to all Port Talbot no win no fee claims for compensation lies with who was responsible for the accident or incident. This is because, under personal injury law, anyone hurt in an accident that was not their fault is entitled to pursue compensation.
All Port Talbot no win no fee claims for compensation will need to form a case that proves the other side were responsible for the accident; once the other side have accepted this liability or responsibility, they are effectively accepting responsibility for your injuries.
Once liability has been established, the process of negotiating the compensation settlement will begin. This means that your legal team at AAH will begin the process of getting you the maximum amount of compensation it can for your injuries.
On occasions, where parties fail to agree, the case can end up in a court-like situation in which judges will be asked to decide the Port Talbot no win no fee claims settlement figures for cases. However, this is rare because the other side, even after admitting liability, will prefer to settle out of court as they do not want the publicity a court case can bring (and it can cost them an awful lot more in the long run too!)
- The deadline
BUT, none of this can happen if your case has passed the deadline within which it must be made; you have 3 years from the date of your accident to make a compensation claim.
Are you in time? Have a case? Port Talbot no win no fee claims for compensation being worked on NOW at AAH… 0800 689 0500.
Date Published: 24th August 2014
Author: David Brown