Accident Claims

No Win No Fee

What is ‘no win no fee’? No win no fee has become a popular catchphrase amongst lawyers and personal injury solicitors and as such it’s made it into everyday usage. You’ll often see ‘no win no fee’ written on billboard ads, on your TV screen and on leaflets and posters relating to personal injury and accident claims. But what does it actually mean? ‘No win no fee’ does what it says on the tin. You keep all the compensation involved and the costs of your lawyers and personal injury claim specialists are recovered separately from the other side. This means you’re not out of pocket and you don’t have to worry about claiming enough to pay for expensive lawyers. The details of no win no fee claims should be looked at in detail. Such claims are not available in every region, and indeed no win no fee is being phased out in a lot of countries, partially to try and alleviate advancing ‘compensation cultures’. Always look into no win no fee carefully to see how it applies to your particular situation, and what regional and national regulations and factors come into play. Choosing a no win no fee provider When… Read the Rest->

How Long Does It Take To Make A Claim?

This is a hugely important question that many compensation claims companies just seem to gloss over. It always makes me suspicious if I see this question on a website and they’ve given an extremely vague answer, such as ‘We do our best to make sure your claim is handled as quickly as possible’. If you’ve never made a work accident compensation claim, or in fact any kind of compensation claim before, then you might breeze past this answer. But in fact, it’s a very common question and one which is usually skipped over. What a lot of compensation companies and personal injury lawyers don’t tell you is that it could literally take you years to see any money, even if you’re prompt with handing over all the necessary information required at the various stages of the process. Let me tell you this: the lawyers on the other side of your claim will do their best to drag it out and leave you hanging, partially in the hope that you’ll give up. If they can’t make you give up, they will often try to convince you to split the money so you will avoid going to court. There is no right… Read the Rest->