Find Out The Truth About Sefton No Win No Fee* Claims Today!
As one of the country’s longest running law firms to deal with Sefton no win no fee* claims, we know that there’s a lot of rumours, speculation and untruths that surround it – in particularly compensation eligibility. As our name suggests, we provide advice – this advice is 100% No Obligation and recommended by UK Consumer Champion, Esther Rantzen, for being honest and genuine. Through our 24 Hour Advice Helpline we receive more than 25,000 enquiries and aim to help all, without a call queuing system in sight!
To find the answers out to the following questions:
Am I eligible to compensation for Sefton no win no fee* claims?
How much compensation could I receive?
All you need to do is to answer the six questions on our 30 second test: www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk once you have completed the test you can expect a call from a member of the advice team to see if we can help you further.
You can also use the 24 hour advice helpline to speak to an advisor direct, and in total confidence, today: 0800 689 0500 / 0333 500 0993
With tens of thousands of enquiries made every month, we know the important things that matter to you about Sefton no win no fee* claims. Here’s a list of our most popular enquiries and the answers you want:
How much can I receive?
We Guarantee Maximum Compensation and can give you an idea of how much this could be once you’ve completed the test or spoken to an advisor. Although in the beginning you will be told an estimated figure, what you can be satisfied with is that our Personal Injury Specialists will recover the highest amount of money possible.
How long will it take?
The majority of cases can be settled within a few weeks, however more complicated cases can take a little longer. Our solicitors will do their utmost to ensure than claiming compensation for Sefton no win no fee* claims is convenient and the majority of our clients will complete their claims from home.
I don’t want to face the person who caused my harm, will I have to?
We aim for out of court settlements which ensure that you will not have to face anyone. It is us who will approach the person who caused you harm and us who will go for compensation. The majority of cases will be settled smoothly and away from court, meaning that it’s very unlikely you will have to face that person ever again.
How long does my employer have to keep my job open?
If your GP has certified that you’re unfit for work then your employer cannot close your job. With regular sick notes you have 29 weeks off work, after this time if you’re still unfit for your working duties your employer will hold a meeting to see if there could be changes made to meet your needs. Losing your job will be the absolute worst case scenario and it would be something that would take months to happen, legally.
Date Published: 27th August 2014
Author: David Brown