If you have been affected by negligence, then you might be searching for a no win no fee solicitor who could handle your claim. Here at No Win No Fee Expert, we work with a distinguished panel of solicitors who have the expertise to handle a wide variety of claims. From those who have been affected by medical negligence to a road traffic accident, our panel of no win no fee solicitors covering Barnet could assist those affected by third party negligence by providing legal advice and support.
When making a claim for compensation, you should be mindful that all potential claims could be affected by a time limit. For example, a personal injury claims time limit is 3 years, whereas there is a 2 year time limit for criminal injury cases. This time limit comes into action from the moment the negligent event occurs, or alternatively, it begins once injuries caused by negligence, such as PTSD or physical injuries have been officially diagnosed.
What Is A No Win No Fee Claim?
If you have been affected by the negligence of a third party, then you might have grounds to pursue a claim for compensation. If that is the case, then a solicitor from our panel could offer a no win no fee agreement to those with a valid claim. A no win no fee agreement acts as a mutual arrangement between both the solicitor and the claimant, outlining the financial aspects of the claim.
In the event a solicitor accepts a claim that has a successful outcome, they will take a ‘success fee’ from the final settlement. This fee acts as payment for the services the solicitor provided and is capped at 25%. However, if a solicitor accepts a valid claim and is unable to attain an awarded settlement, then the threat to the claimant’s finances will be protected by the no win no fee arrangement.
For more information regarding a no win no fee policy, please click here for more information. Alternatively, you could speak with an advisor regarding your potential claim, as they can offer you free legal advice of no obligation.
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- Barnet Traffic Accident No Win No Fee Claims
- Barnet No Win No Fee Medical Malpractice Claims
- Injured At Work Compensation Claims
- No Win No Fee Holiday Accident Claims
- Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority And Assault Claims
- What Other Personal Injury Claims Are There?
- Annuity And Pension Mis Selling Claims
- No Win No Fee Tenancy Deposit Claims
- Claim Compensation From A Landlord In Barnet For Housing Disrepair
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- Barnet Area Resources
When collisions on the road are caused by a negligent road user, they could inflict a variety of injuries, ranging from minor to major, physical to psychological. In the Reported Road Casualties report of 2018, it states that there were 160,597 road-related accidents, each of different severity’s. It also highlights that an average of 49% of respondents (between the years 2016 – 2018) reported whiplash related injuries. In some cases, a road-related accident could be caused by;
- Aggressive Driving
- Driving Under The Influence
- Failing to Uphold The Highway Code
So if you have been the victim of a road traffic accident that was not your fault, and you have been injured as a result, our panel of no win no fee solicitors could be of service. They have the experience and expertise to handle whiplash and road traffic claims, providing claimants with guidance and support throughout the process.
Your health is (rightfully) an important and vital aspect of your daily life, and when visiting a medical practitioner, you presume both your health and well-being is in good hands. To ensure safety amongst patients, there is a code of conduct (as outlined by the General Medical Council) that states a good doctor must maintain a level of professionalism. To do so, they must be open, honest, uphold the patient’s integrity, and prioritise their health.
Although there is a code of ethics holding medical professionals to a high standard, there are moments where they could neglectfully deviate from these measures, inflicting injury or suffering onto a patient. In the moments where negligence occurs, it could affect your physical health and psychological well-being, leaving you with life-altering repercussions.
If you wish to make a medical negligence claim for compensation, then a personal injury solicitor from our panel could be of service. They can present a claim for compensation against a negligent practitioner who operates out of a private facility, or alternatively, they could also present a claim against an NHS. There are many different types of medical negligence claims that can be presented against a negligent professional. Examples include;
- Avoidable Birth-Related Injury
- Surgical Errors
- Incorrectly Diagnosed
- Prescription Errors
An employer has a direct sense of responsibility to ensure the workplace is hazard-free. To do so, there are measures they can perform that will help highlight problematic areas of concern. Examples may include;
- Risk Assessments
- Assign The Correct Work Gear
- Provide Training (where applicable)
- Perform routine Inspections
- Regular Housekeeping and Organisation
If an employer has neglected this crucial obligation to workplace safety, causing a work-related injury, then an employee could have grounds to pursue a claim for compensation. In the event of a work-related accident, Citizens Advice has outlined some steps that could be extremely beneficially. They advise those affected by work-related negligence to;
- Seek Medical Attention
- Report The Incident To Your Employer
- Collect Details of Those Who Witness The Accident
- Take Photographic Evidence
So if you believe you have been affected by work-related negligence and wish to make an injury at work claim, our panel of no win no fee solicitors covering Barnet could be of service. For more information regarding accident at work claims, please contact a member of our team.
When you experience a personal injury, you’ll undoubtedly be traumatised, shocked, and unsure where you stand legally. When an incident of this nature occurs on holiday, it can be all more stressful. In the event you experience an injury on holiday due to the negligence of another, then you could have grounds to make a claim for compensation.
If you’ve booked a package holiday with a UK based travel agent, and whilst on that trip you become injured due to negligence, then you could have grounds to make a claim. You may only make a claim of this nature if you were injured during the specific component of your package holiday that was predetermined.
For example, if your holiday included a flight and accommodation, and during the flight, you were injured by negligence, then you could have grounds to make a claim. This is primarily due to the regulations outlined within the Montreal Convention (1999)as it holds airlines accountable in the moments where they have been negligent. So if you have experienced an injury due to the negligence of a third party, then you could have grounds to make a holiday accident claim.
If you have been the unfortunate victim of a violent crime, then you might be searching for a no win no fee solicitor who can handle an assault compensation claim. If that is the case, then a solicitor from our panel could be of service. They have the expertise to assist those affected by violent crime and present their claim against the Criminal Injury Compensation Authority (CICA). Our panel could assist those who have been affected by;
- Physical Assault
- Sexual Abuse
- Injured Trying To Prevent A Crime
- Suffered Mental Distressed Due To A Crime
Although an awarded settlement cannot erase the suffering you have experienced, it could provide financial aid during the recovery process. After all, you may have been greeted with surprise bills relating to medical expenses, therapy, or simply adjusting to life after a violent crime. So if you wish to begin a claim or simply gain some advice, our panel of no win no fee solicitors can offer you free legal advice of no obligation.
You might be wondering what other types of personal injury claims our panel of solicitors could handle. In addition to the claims that have been listed above, our panel has experience in handling slip and fall-related claims. A slip or fall accident is quite a complex claim, as there are many components that need to be evaluated.
There are many factors that need to be considered in order to make a slip or fall claim, such as the source of the accident, or who could be held liable. For example, an accident of this nature could occur in a variety of locations, from restaurants, parks, leisure centres, to private land. So in order to make a successful claim for compensation, the affected individual must have evidence that displays the specific party at fault. In doing so, the evidence will provide evidence, holding the liable party accountable. This is an extremely important factor, as the liability of a slip or fall accident could vary from the city council, business owners, to those who own private property. So it is important to have evidence, as it can strengthen your potential claim.
When making a financial decision, whether this is in regards to a pension, mortgage, investment, or annuity, it can be quite the intimating experience. In many cases, people making a financial purchase might seek out the expertise of a financial advisor. If that is the case, then a financial advisor should provide you with all of the relevant information, and in doing so, should outline hidden fee’s additional costs, and alternative options.
A financial advisor is bound by the law to be factual, earnest, and informative throughout the decision making process. They are not allowed to be biased, mis-sell, or mislead a customer into a particular decision. So if you sought out the advice of a financial advisor and it resulted in a financial loss, then you could have grounds to make a claim.
As a tenant in a rented property, you should make a conscious effort to pay your bills on time, leave the property in good condition, and make sure that you’ve met all of the obligations outlined in the tenancy agreement. If you have successfully completed all of these steps, then you should receive your tenancy deposit claim with the legal timeframe.
Shelter.Org outlined some crucial steps in which a landlord must follow. A landlord must;
- Protect The Deposit Within 30 Days of Receiving It
- Give The Tenant Written Information With 30 Days
- Protect a Deposit Throughout The Tenancy
As a tenant in a rented property, you have a direct responsibility to report cases of disrepair to the landlord in order for them to fix it. Without the disrepair being acknowledged, the landlord may be unaware of the disrepair, meaning they are incapable of fixing it accordingly. If disrepair goes untreated, it has the potential to cause injuries, illness, and inflict a financial loss onto the tenant. Common examples of despair that result in unnecessary harm could include;
- Defective Boiler
- Flooding / Water Damage
- Structural Errors / Defects
If a landlord has officially been notified of a housing disrepair and has failed to act, then this is considered a breach in their duty of care. If this obligation has been breached and a tenant has experienced an injury or suffering, then they could have grounds to make a claim for compensation. A no win no fee solicitor from our panel could assist claimants in making a housing disrepair claim, however, it could be beneficial if claimants became familiar with the pre-action protocol. The protocol provides relevant information and outlines the conduct in the event a claim goes to court.
In the moments when third party negligence occurs, you could be left confused and unsure of your legal position. If that is the case, then please feel free to contact a member of our team. Our knowledgeable and friendly advisors are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and are able to provide legal advice of no obligation. The number to call is 0800 073 8802 or alternatively, you may enquire online, and a member of our team will review your request and shall be in touch as soon as possible.
We hope that this online guide has been useful in outlining the potential claims our panel of solicitors could handle. In addition to this online guide, we have supplied some additional materials that we believe could be of use. Below you will find the relevant links and information relating to Barnet’s local hospital, police, and city council.
Our Panel Of Doctors Covering Barnet
If you have been affected by third party negligence, then you might have grounds to pursue a claim for compensation. In the event a solicitor accepts your claim, then you will be required to partake in a medical examination. The examination acts as a crucial role in the evidence collection process, as it shall outline the severity of your injury, its prognosis, and whether you require future treatment.
Upon completion, the medical examination will then be used presenting your claim for compensation. We work with a panel of doctors who aren’t located in the area of Barnet but could cover the area and perform the examination. The doctors from our panel include;
|Alba Sanchez Mascunano||Cockfosters Road, South Mimms, Barnet,
|Raj Krishna||Grove Dental Practice
236 High Street,
Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust
Royal Free Hospital,
London Borough Of Barnet Council
North London Business Park (NLBP)
Oakleigh Road South
Written by ML.
Edited by CE.