No Win No Fee Car Accident Claims Solicitors
98% of our road traffic accident cases are conducted on a No Win No Fee basis, meaning we only take a fee if we win compensation on your behalf, therefore there is no financial risk to you.
What you can claim for
If you have been injured in a road traffic accident, you can claim compensation for the following:
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of earnings
- House modifications
Calculate your compensation
Our online claim calculator can give you an indication of the value of your compensation based on your pain and suffering caused by your accident.Get claim valuation
What you need to know
When can I make a personal injury claim?
You can make a personal injury claim when your injury is the result of someone else’s negligence. Even if you’re not sure who is responsible for your injury or if you are partly at fault yourself, contact us to establish a full legal position.
What makes my claim successful?
Often, the cause of the accident can easily be established. However, we might need some evidence to help you with your claim. We will assist you in gathering the evidence you need. Here is what you should do if you are involved in a road traffic accident.
How much time do I have to claim?
Generally, your claim has to be brought within three years from the date of your personal injury. However, there are exceptions, for example:
- If you were working abroad when the accident took place
- If you or your loved one have been left with diminished mental capacity
- If one of your loved ones has been involved in a fatal accident
We would like to advise you to speak to a specialist road traffic accident solicitor as soon as you feel comfortable. Your legal representative can help you to keep track of your timeline.
Can I claim for damages as well?
Damages can be part of your compensation claim. They are divided into general damages and special damages.
- General damages refer to a sum that will be paid to compensate you for the pain and suffering you had to endure. The sum you receive is contingent on how big an impact the accident and the resulting injuries have on your life.
- Special damages reflect any proven past or future costs which result from your accident. They can include medical bills, the cost of rehabilitation, travel expenditure, loss of earnings, vehicle repair bills and the cost of personal belongings