If you have suffered due to third party negligence, then you might be searching for a no win no fee solicitor covering Cheshire to handle your claim. Here at No Win No Fee Expert, we could connect those affected by third party negligence with a solicitor from our panel who is best suited to handle their claim. Whether you have been affected by negligent medical advice or a car accident in Cheshire, our panel of solicitors covering Cheshire has the expertise to handle a variety of claims for compensation.
When making a claim for compensation, it is worth remembering that all potential cases for compensation could be affected by a time limit. Depending on the type of claim you wish to make, there are various time limits that could apply. For example, if you wish to make a claim for personal injury compensation, then there is a personal injury claims time limit to be considered. In most scenarios, a claim of this nature should be made in 3 years of the incident, whereas a criminal injury claim should be made within 2 years of the violent crime.
For more information regarding claims and time limits, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team. Our friendly advisers can offer free legal advice of no obligation, meaning they can discuss your claim in greater detail.
When Can You Make A No Win No Fee Civil Claim?
If you have been affected by the negligent actions of a third party, then a solicitor from our panel could offer you a no win no fee agreement. In many cases, this may also be referred to as a Conditional Fee Agreement, which in simple terms acts as a mutual arrangement between the solicitor and the claimant. A solicitor from our panel will only offer an arrangement of this nature upon the grounds that the claimant has a valid claim.
If a solicitor accepts a claim that has a successful outcome, then the claimant will be required to pay a success fee for the services that have been provided. The fee is subsided from the final settlement and by law, it is capped at 25%. However, in the event a solicitor accepts a (valid) claim but fails to attain a settlement, then the no win no fee agreement can reduce the threat to the claimant’s finances. To discover more information relating to CFA’s, please click here.
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- No Win No Fee Claims For Traffic And Car Accidents In Cheshire
- No Win No Fee Claims For Negligent Medical Advice Or Care
- No Win No Fee Accident At Work Claims
- No Win No Fee Flight Or Holiday Compensation Claims
- Claim Compensation After An Assault In Cheshire
- Other Circumstances In Which You Could Make An Injury Claim
- Claim If Mis Sold A Financial Service Or Pension
- No Win No Fee Cheshire Tenancy Deposit Claims
- Cheshire County Rented Housing Disrepair Claims
- How Do I Start A Claim?
- Cheshire County Services
The Reported Road Casualties document previously outlined that there were 165,597 road casualties of all severities in 2018. In addition to this statistic, 49% of claims that were made between 2016 to 2018 were in relation to whiplash. Although an accident on the road could be caused by a variety of factors, in some cases, a negligent road user could be at fault. A car accident in Cheshire could be caused by negligent factors such as;
- Aggressive Driving
- Distracted Driving
- Failure To Uphold The Highway Code
- Driving Under The Influence
If you have been involved in a car accident in Cheshire, then you might be searching for a no win no fee solicitor who could handle your claim. If that is the case, then please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team.
Whether you are visiting a medical practitioner for a surgical procedure or with regards to a concerning symptom, it is understandable to expect a high quality of care. After all, the General Medical Council have previously highlighted that professionals should;
- Make the care of your patient your first concern
- Be competent and keep your professional knowledge and skills up to date
- Take prompt action if you think patient safety is being compromised
- Establish and maintain good partnerships with your patients and colleagues
- Maintain trust in you and the profession by being open, honest and acting with integrity.
But despite the measures that have been set in place, there is still a possibility that a medical professional could deviate from the standards of care that are expected of them. If this occurs, then they could inflict (unnecessary) injury or suffering onto the patient. If you have been affected by negligent medical advice or treatment, then you may have experienced physical injury or psychological suffering. The solicitors from our panel could handle claims relating to;
- Surgical Negligence
- Delayed Diagnosis
- Dental Error
- Prescription Errors (inflicting an injury or worsening a pre-existing condition)
So if you have been affected by medical negligence and wish to make a claim, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team.
An employer has a direct and legal responsibility to ensure hazards within the workplace have been prevented to the best of their ability. To do so, there are methods they can perform that will be extremely beneficial. These may include;
- Routine Inspections
- Risk Assessments
- Provide Effective Training (such as techniques and equipment use)
- Regular Housekeeping
In the event an employer breaches their obligation to workplace, safety, it could inflict serious injury or damages. If that is the case, then please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team. Our panel of solicitors have the expertise to handle claims of this nature, and they could provide support and guidance throughout the legal process. However, in order to make a claim of this nature, there are recommended steps provided by Citizen’s Advice that could be extremely beneficial to your claim.
If you have been injured during a specific entity of your package holiday, then you could have grounds to make a claim against the tour operator back in the UK. For example, if you previously booked a flight and accommodation package, and during your travels, you become injured due to the negligence of the hotel, then you could have grounds to make a claim. However, it is worth noting that you could not make a claim if you are injured outside the confines of your holiday. This would technically be an international claim, so you must have been injured during a prearranged aspect of your holiday to make a claim of this nature.
You may also have grounds to make a no win no fee holiday claim against a negligent airline. Thanks to the Montreal Convention (1999), it holds airlines accountable for;
- Flight Delays
- Physical Injuries
- Damage/Loss of Luggage
So if you have experienced an injury whilst abroad, then you might have grounds to pursue a no win no fee holiday claim for compensation. If that is the case, then you should contact a member of our team, as our panel of no win no fee solicitors are well versed in both UK and international law. Therefore, they could provide you with legal guidance and support if they agree to take on your claim.
If you have been the unfortunate victim of a violent crime, then you may have experienced injuries that range from minor to major, physical to psychological. If that is the case, then a solicitor from our panel could handle your claim and present it to the Criminal Injury Claims Authority (CICA).
Compensation after an assault cannot take away the traumatic experience and injuries, it could provide financial aid during the recovery process. An awarded settlement could also cover the costs of surprise medical costs, therapy, or alternatively, it could cover the loss of potential earnings. However, it is vitally important to report the crime to the police. Without the crime being officially reported, you will not be able to make a claim for compensation.
In addition to the claims that have been listed above, our panel of no win no fee solicitors could handle claims relating to a slip or fall accident.
According to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), there are three common factors that contribute to a slip or fall accident. In many cases, an incident of this nature is caused by housing-keeping, walkways, or design and maintenance. If you have been involved in a slip or fall accident in Cheshire, then you could have grounds to make a claim for compensation. Our panel of solicitors have the experience in handling claims of this nature, however, in order to make a claim for compensation, you must have evidence displaying the negligent party at fault. Without evidence, it will be increasingly difficult to make a successful claim.
If you have been mis-sold a service that resulted in a financial loss, then you could have grounds to make a claim for compensation. When making a financial decision, whether this is in relation to a mortgage, pension, or an investment, it can be a quite overwhelming and stressful experience. That is why many people involve a financial adviser within the decision-making process, as they can offer knowledge, advice, and guidance.
A financial adviser is bound by the law to provide earnest, unbiased, and factual information. They cannot missell, mislead, or (intentionally) give poor advice. When making a financial decision, it is crucial that an adviser has the customers intentions as their main priority, which means they should highlight any financial risks, additional costs, hidden fee’s, and alternative options. But in the event an adviser’s advice causes you to suffer a financial loss, then you could have grounds to make a claim for compensation.
As a tenant in a rented property, you will have undoubtedly have paid a tenancy deposit to a landlord. This deposit acts as a mutual agreement between you and the landlord, ensuring that you will pay bills on time and uphold the property’s integrity. When the tenancy comes to its end, the tenant will expect their deposit to be returned in full. However, a landlord will only return the deposit on the grounds that;
- Bills Are Paid On Time
- The Property Is Left In Good Condition
- The Tenant Fulfilled The Obligations Within The Tenancy Agreement
If you have successfully completed all of these requirements, then there should be no reason you have not received your deposit. It is also outlined within the law that you should receive your deposit within 10 days of the tenancies termination. If your landlord fails to return your deposit with a valid reason, then you could have grounds to make a claim. You may also have grounds to make a claim if a landlord has failed to uphold the obligations outlined by Shelter;
- Submit a UK Tenancy Deposit Into a Protection
- Failed To Provide The Tenant With Information
As a tenant in a rented property, you have an obligation to inform the landlord if the property falls into disrepair. Without being officially notified, the landlord will be unable to fix the disrepair accordingly, which could ultimately inflict illness, injury, or financial loss. However, if the landlord has been officially notified and has failed to act, causing serious repercussions to your health or financial circumstances that could have been avoided, then you could have grounds to pursue a claim.
If you have been affected by the negligent actions of a third party that could have been avoided, then you could have grounds to pursue a claim for compensation. If that is the case, then why not contact a member of our team? Our friendly advisers can offer free legal advice of no obligation and are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
We sincerely hope that this online guide has been useful in outlining the different types of claims our panel of solicitors could handle. In addition to the information provided in this guide, we have supplied some additional materials that we believe could be of use. From local hospitals to the city council, you can find the relevant links and information located down below.
Our Panel Of Doctors Covering Cheshire
If you wish to make a claim for compensation, then you will be required to partake in a medical examination. This procedure is a necessary step in the evidence collection process, as it will highlight the severity of your injury and whether you’ll require future treatment. We work with a panel of doctors who could cover the area of Cheshire and perform this crucial examination. The doctors from our panel include;
|Khalid Shehzad||The Crown Hotel
|Christina Sendegeya||The Crown Hotel
Website: www. mcht.nhs.uk/about-us/our-sites/leighton-hospital
Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Cheshire West And Chester Council
Cheshire Constabulary Headquarters,
Written by MB.
Edited by CE.