This is an online guide for those who have been affected by third party negligence and wish to begin a claim. This online guide will outline some of the potential claims our panel of no win no fee solicitors could handle. In the moments where a negligent party is responsible for an accident that has caused you undue suffering, you may wish to make a claim for compensation. If that is the case, then our panel of no win no fee solicitors covering Bexhill on Sea could assist claimants throughout the process, offering advice and guidance along the way.
When claiming compensation, it is worth remembering that all claims could be affected by a time limit. The applicable time limit will differ depending on the category of claim you wish to make. For example, if you’ve been affected by violent crime and wish to make a claim, then you have two years as of the crime to begin your claim. Whereas a personal injury claims time limit is slightly different, as the victim has three years to begin their claim. These time limits come into action from the moment the negligent act occurred, or alternatively, they come into action once injuries caused by negligence, such as PTSD, have been officially diagnosed.
If you wish to discuss your potential claim for compensation, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team. Our friendly and expert advisers can offer (free) legal advice and answer any additional questions that you might have.
How Does No Win No Fee Work?
If you have been affected by the negligence of another party, then you might pursue a claim for compensation. If that is the case, then a solicitor from our panel could offer claimants a no win no fee agreement when handling their claim. A personal injury solicitor will only offer claimants an arrangement of this nature upon the grounds that they have a valid and eligible claim. If a solicitor proceeds with a claim that has a successful outcome, then the claimant will be required to pay a fee that is referred to as a ‘’success fee’’. This fee is subsidised from the final settlement that has been awarded and provides the solicitor payment for the services they’ve provided. The success fee is capped by law at 25%. However, you and your solicitor can discuss this percentage in greater detail at the beginning of your claim.
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When an accident in Bexhill is caused by a negligent road user, the affected individual may experience an array of injuries, ranging from physical to psychological, minor to major. According to stats outlined by the Reported Road Casualties in Great Britain, there were an estimated 160, 597 road-related casualties (of all severities) in 2018. When accidents on the road are caused by a negligent road user, then the victim could have grounds to make a claim. The solicitors from our panel could assist those who have been involved in a road traffic accident in Bexhill, providing them with legal guidance throughout the claim process. An accident in Bexhill could be caused by;
- Aggressive Driving
- Failing To Uphold/Maintain The Highway Code
- Driving Under The Influence
So if you have experienced an injury or suffering at the hands of third party negligence, then you might have grounds to make a claim for compensation. If you are unsure whether you have an eligible claim or simply wish to speak with someone, our amazing team of advisers are always available to offer you free legal advice of no obligation. They can answer any questions that you might have and outline the services our panel of no win no fee solicitors could provide.
More often than not, the professionals providing medical treatment will always go above and beyond to ensure the patient’s safety and well-being has been achieved. It is very rare for a practitioner, such as a dentist, doctor, or nurse to deviate from the standards in care. But despite the safety measures that are set in place, there are circumstances in which these methods could fail, causing an injury or suffering that could have been avoided. In the event a medical professional fails in their ethical obligation, causing avoidable injuries or suffering, then you could pursue a claim for compensation. Our panel of injury solicitors could handle claims such as;
- Prescription Negligence
- Surgical Negligence
- Avoidable Birth-related Injury
- GP Related Negligence
When a medical blunder inflicts an injury or suffering that could have been avoided, our panel of no win no fee solicitors covering Bexhill could handle the claim on your behalf.
When you experience an injury at your place of work, it can be daunting, unexpected and it can impact your health and well-being in a variety of ways. Although there are measures that can be performed to ensure work-related hazards have been prevented, there are circumstances where an employer can neglect their duty of care. If this occurs, then an employee could experience an injury or suffering due to the negligence or omission of an employer. If that is the case, then the affected employee could have grounds to make a claim against their employer. Measures an employer should maintain include;
- Performing Regular Risk Assessments
- Providing Applicable Training / Equipment
- Outlining The Correct Technique (Such as Lifting or Cleaning)
- Performing Routine Inspections / Housekeeping
In the event of a work-related accident, Citizen’s Advice has provided some steps to consider. These steps include;
- Seek Medical Attention
- Report The Incident To Your Place of Work
- Collect The Details of Those Who Witnessed The Accident
- Take Photographic / Video Evidence
If you have encountered an injury or suffering on holiday due to the negligence of a third party, then you might be searching for a no win no fee holiday solicitor who could handle your claim. If that is the case, No Win No Fee Expert could connect you with a solicitor from our panel who could handle your claim. We work alongside a distinguished panel of solicitors who are well versed in the UK and International law and could handle your claim.
Our panel of solicitors could handle a claim for compensation if you have experienced an injury during a specific component of your packaged holiday. For example, if you booked a packaged holiday that included flights and accommodation, and during your flight you experience an injury due to negligence, then you could make a claim against the travel operator back in the UK. In order to make a claim of this nature, you must have experienced an injury, suffering, or financial loss due to third-party negligence. If you wish to discuss your potential claim in more detail, then please contact a member of our team.
If you have been the unfortunate victim of a violent crime, then you might have experienced physical injuries, such as broken bones, or psychological suffering, such as PTSD or sleep deprivation. In some cases, a violent crime could result in a financial loss for the victim, as they may require therapy, rehabilitation, or they could experience a loss of potential earnings. In the event of a violent crime, the affected party might wish to make a claim for criminal injury compensation. If that is the case, then a solicitor from our panel could assist claimants throughout the process and represent them in their claim made through The Criminal Injury Compensation Authority (CICA).
In order to make a criminal injury claim, the incident must have been reported to the police in order for it to be successful. If that has successfully been achieved, then the solicitors from our panel could handle claims relating to;
- Sexual Abuse
- Physical Assault
- Injuries While Trying To Prevent A Crime
In addition to the claims that have been listed in this guide, our panel of no win no fee solicitors have the expertise to handle a variety of claims, such as a trip or fall accident. According to statistics provided by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), there are three common causes that provoke a slip, trip or fall. In most cases, design and maintenance, walkways, and housekeeping are the three common causes that contribute to a slip and fall accident.
Depending on the location of the accident, the liability will inherently differ from local government, private landowners, to business owners. But regardless of the location in question, they each have an obligation to ensure hazardous causes have been adverted. However, in the event one of these parties fail to uphold their duty of care, causing an accident that could have been avoided, then you could have grounds to make a claim. It is worth remembering that in order to make a claim of this nature, you must have evidence that displays the suffering you have experienced was caused by (preventable) negligence.
When seeking the advice of a financial adviser, the customer should be provided with relevant, applicable, and factual information. It is required by law that a financial adviser remains unbiased throughout the decision-making process, and the customer should come to a decision of their own accord. A financial adviser is also bound by law to be earnest, unbiased, and to ensure they have successfully outlined every viable option. So additional fee’s, hidden costs, or alternative options should be discussed before the decision-making process comes to an end.
In the event a financial adviser mis-sells, misadvises, or simply ill-informs a customer during the financial decision, then the affected party could be eligible to make a claim for compensation. In the event you wish to make a claim of this nature, you must have suffered financially due to the advice you received.
If you are coming towards the end of your tenancy agreement, then you should receive your deposit within the legal timeframe. As a tenant who has paid their bills, not damaged the property and has met the conditions of the tenancy agreement, then you should make sure that you get your deposit back. However, there are circumstances in which a landlord may fail to return a deposit or fail to provide any written or verbal warning, which is extremely unprofessional and unethical. If that is the case, then you could make a claim against your landlord.
A no win no fee solicitor from our panel could handle a tenancy deposit scheme dispute and assist claimants throughout the legal process if a landlord has failed to;
- Protect The Deposit
- Put The Deposit Within A Government Backed Scheme
- Provide The Tenant With Written Confirmation Of Where The Deposit Is Being Held Within 30 Days The Beginning Of The Tenancy.
Should you require further information regarding a Tenancy Deposit Claim please do not hesitate to contact us.
If you are a tenant in a rented property that has fallen into disrepair, you should report the problem to the owner of the property in order for them to fix it. When a housing disrepair goes unresolved, it has the potential to cause an injury, illness, or financial loss, so it is worth reading the Pre-Action Protocol for housing disrepair. Whether the property is owned by a housing association, the city council, or a private landlord, they have an obligation to ensure the tenant’s safety and wellbeing is a top priority. The most common examples of disrepair include;
- Lack of Heating
- Insufficient Water System
- Structural Defects
- Electrical Errors
If the owner of the property has failed to repair the fault and this has caused an undue injury, illness or financial loss then the tenant could have grounds to make a claim for compensation. So if you have been affected by a housing disrepair and wish to begin your claim, please contact us today.
If you have experienced negligence caused by a third-party, you might wish to make a claim for compensation. This process can often be quite confusing and you might have questions regarding your (potential) claims eligibility. If so, why not contact one of our friendly and expert advisers? They can offer free legal advice of no obligation, answer any questions that you might have, and outline whether you could be eligible to make a claim for compensation.
We hope that this online guide has been useful in outlining the different types of claims our panel of solicitors could handle. In addition to this online guide, we have supplied some additional materials, such as local hospitals, NHS Trusts, and the local council’s contact information. You can find this information below.
Our Panel Of Doctors Covering Bexhill-on-Sea
When making a claim for compensation, you will be required to partake in a medical examination. The examination shall be performed by an unbiased doctor who will create a report discussing your injury in length. Upon completion, the report shall outline the severity of your report, it’s prognosis, and whether or not you require future treatment. We work with a panel of doctors who could cover the area of Bexhill on Sea and perform this necessary requirement. The doctors from our panel include;
|Hussein Alikhan||Cooden Beech Hotel Cooden Sea Road
Bexhill on Sea,
|Mirella Radici||7-11 Carlisle Parade Hastings,
East Sussex Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
The Dr, Hellingly,
Rother District Council
Rother District Council,
Post Handling Service,
PO Box 10665,
Written by MB.
Edited by CE.