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Funding your claim under the no win no fee * scheme

The ‘no win no fee *’ scheme is legally known as the conditional fee agreement which was introduced in 1998, replacing legal aid.

The policy can be used in many different types of personal injury claims:

  • Accidents at workemployers being negligent and not applying the correct safety precautions.
  • Car accidents – this would cover all passengers except the driver who caused the accident.
  • Public Liability – injuries from tripping over pavement defects which are an inch deep as well as spillages in private places e.g. supermarkets.
  • Medical negligence – Where a medical staff has been found negligent while carrying out their duties (this would only be available to people who fit a set criteria).

Our no win no fee * policy

Our policy is different to the normal CFA (conditional fee agreement) we ensure that you do not pay any fees whether it’s our fees or the third parties fees. All our services are totally free which means that our fees are charged to the third parties insurance company and not you guaranteeing you keep 100% of the compensation rewarded.

How to make a claim under no win no fee *

Making a personal injury claim under our no fee agreement is quick and simple, call our advisors on 0800 180 4022 and they will give you an instant decision within minutes on whether you can make a claim or not. The policy has three elements which need to be satisfied before the claim can be processed through. The requirements are:

  • Quantum – Proof needed to show that the accident caused severe injuries to the claimant and that they were present for at least four weeks after the accident. Make sure that you visit the doctor straight after the accident and continue until you have fully recovered. This will produce a medical record which the solicitor will be able to use later as evidence.
  • Liability – Proof showing that the third party was liable for the accident. We must show that it was their negligence which caused the accident and if they had taken certain precautions the event could have been prevented. If required we would use photographic evidence as well as witness statements etc.
  • Limitation – This is the time period allocated for a claimant to start a personal injury claim for their accident. We advice not to wait until the last couple of months as the third parties insurance company may stretch the proceedings beyond the time limit making the claim invalid. This time period does not apply to children.

Once these requirements have been satisfied our advisors will start proceeding with your no fee personal injury claim. For more information call our accident claims advisors now and find out if you have a valid claim instantly.

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