Tower Hamlets ‘No Win, No Fee’ Claims – Start Yours Today Through One of the UK’s Leading Law Firms – No Money Needed
Accident Advice Helpline are one of Great Britain’s longest running law firms to deal with personal injury and Tower Hamlets ‘no win, no fee’ claims. Our success rates are among the highest in the land and we are the only law firm to be endorsed by UK Consumer Champion, Esther Rantzen.
Our clients will receive the maximum amount of compensation for their Tower Hamlets ‘no win, no fee’ claims and this is because our Personal Injury Specialists know how to obtain it. We have been in practice since the year 2000 and this has provided our legal professionals with a hands on experience of a wide number of Tower Hamlets ‘no win, no fee’ claims.
You can see how much you could receive for your claim, if you run it through Accident Advice Helpline by using our 30 second test online right now: www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk and this will also show you whether you have a case that does warrant personal injury. In addition to this, you can speak to our advisers in confidence through the 24 hour advice helpline on: 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.
Personal Injuries and Tower Hamlets ‘no win, no fee’ claims
The law states that if you have suffered and it was through no fault of your own then you are entitled to claim compensation. A personal injury does not mean a physical injury. You can also make a successful claim for suffering that hasn’t involved an injury at all, such as:
- Psychological Conditions: Depression, stress, anxiety
- Industrial Diseases
One of the most common injuries to be claimed for is whiplash and this is an injury with no visible indications and not even detectable through x-rays or scans. A whiplash injury can also take up to two days to develop, which means the symptoms will rarely be apparent upon immediate medical treatment following an accident.
In order for your personal injury to be valid, it must be claimed for within three years of either the accident or the date when your personal suffering began. If you have an industrial disease case then there is no time limit in order to claim.
Valid claims must have documented medical proof to coincide with your personal statement and the accident must not have been your own fault. However, it is often the case that with accidents happening in such a short space of time and the period after them being so confusing that you may simply not know who or what caused the accident. If this is the case for you then speak to our advisers, they are here to help 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Date Published: 7th September 2014
Author: David Brown