Are you looking for a no win no fee solicitor who could handle Havering claims because you have been the victim of financial mis selling? Or have you been in an accident in Havering which was not your fault? This guide has been put together to provide you with information on how a no win no fee claim works and also to offer you information on some of the types of claims that our panel of no win no fee solicitors covering Havering could help you with. At No Win No Fee Expert we could offer you guidance and support as well as putting you in contact with one of our panel of no win no fee solicitors if we think you could be eligible for compensation. Why not read through the information below and see how we could help you. If you are not sure if you could pursue a claim for compensation, or can’t find the answer you are looking for, then why not give us a call on 0800 073 8802.
Examples Of What A No Win No Fee Agreement Covers
Just one simple call to our team could help you get things started with one of our panel of no win no fee solicitors covering Havering; it really is that simple. However, before you pick up the phone, why not read about exactly what a no win no fee agreement means.
When you decide to proceed with a no win no fee claim you will be asked to sign a Conditional Fee Agreement (CFA). This will give you the details relating to the “success fee” – that is the money that your lawyer will collect from your settlement if your claim is successful. Due to caps put in place by the government, this amount will be no more than 25% of the amount of your compensation.
Once you have signed the agreement your solicitor will begin processing your claim. If your case is successful, your no win no fee solicitor will take their “success fee” from your compensation amount and the rest of the payout will go directly to you. Should your claim be unsuccessful, if it is valid, then under the terms of the agreement you will not have to pay anything to your solicitor. Because a no win no fee claim requires no payment upfront there is also less financial risk to you.
Now that we have explained how no win no fee claims work, we can take a look at some of the types of cases that our panel of solicitors may be able to help you with.
Choose Your No Win No Fee Service Or Accident Claim
- Compensation Claims For Havering Road Accidents
- Types Of Medical Negligence You Could Claim For
- No Win No Fee Havering Accident At Work Cases
- No Win No Fee Delayed Flight Or Holiday Compensation Claims
- Civil Claims For Assaults In The UK
- Personal Injury And Accident Claim Examples
- Mis Sold Pension And Financial Product Claims
- Raising A Tenancy Deposit Dispute
- Claims For Disrepair In Housing Association And Private Rented Properties
- How To Start A Claim
- Havering Area Resources
Whether you have been injured as a pedestrian in a Havering road accident, or have been in a car accident in Havering that was the fault of another road user, a personal injury solicitor from our panel could pursue a compensation claim on your behalf.
There are a range of accidents on the roads that could lead to injuries, such as:
- Car accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Lorry accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- And more….
If you were injured in a Havering road accident where someone else was to blame, then you could make a claim for compensation with the help of a no win no fee solicitor.
In 2018, government statistics showed that more than 160,000 individuals were injured on UK roads that year. These figures, whilst smaller than previous years, are still very high. Obviously, the nature of an individual’s injuries and the type of accident will vary from one incident to another so compensation amounts will vary from one claim to another; a personal injury claims calculator could give you an indication of the amount of compensation you may be able to claim. Compensation amounts for a road traffic accident, where you suffered severe back injuries, for example, are likely to attract a higher amount than incidences of whiplash. However, calculations should only be used as an estimate. If you would like to discuss the specifics of your case one of our team of advisors would be able to give you a rough compensation estimate based on your circumstances. This could be based on the guidelines for settlement amounts from the Judicial College.
If you have received medical care that has been negligent then you may be able to claim medical negligence compensation if:
- Your medical condition worsened
- A new medical condition arose
- An injury became worse
- And more…..
In some cases, proving medical negligence could be problematic and this is why a solicitor with experience of medical negligence claims could assist you in building a case for a compensation claim. Our panel of no win no fee solicitors covering Havering could assist you with the following types of medical negligence claims:
Surgical negligence – if, as a result of medical staff incorrectly counting swabs out during an operation, they have left one inside you, and you have required further surgery to correct the error, then you could pursue a claim for compensation.
Childbirth negligence – if your pregnancy or labour has not been monitored properly and your baby or you were in distress that wasn’t spotted which led to injury to one or both of you, you could consider making a claim.
Dental negligence – if your dentist removed a healthy tooth incorrectly then you could pursue a claim compensation.
GP negligence – if your GP diagnosed your condition incorrectly, leading to a more invasive treatment than you would have required, then you could look into making a claim.
Hospital negligence – if hospital hygiene is not as it should be and you pick up an infection because of this, then you might be able to claim.
These are just a couple of examples. Any healthcare professional, no matter what the setting, has a duty towards your care. If, as a result of a failure in their duty, you suffer some form of injury then you could pursue a compensation claim.
If you have been injured because of an accident at work that could have been avoided if your employer had taken the appropriate steps to safeguard your health and safety, then our panel of no win no fee solicitors covering Havering may be able to assist you in making a claim. If you are concerned that making a claim could lose you your job, then please do consider the fact that your employer should have an insurance policy in place that will cover the types of payouts made for these claims. Also, they should not treat you differently for making a claim, and if they do, they could get into trouble.
An employer has a duty of care to their employees. This means they should offer a safe working environment where risks are regularly assessed, and measures are taken to reduce them when appropriate. If they have not done this and you have been injured in an accident that might have been prevented if appropriate steps had been taken, then you could consider making a claim for compensation. Accidents at work cases could involve incidents where a lack of protective equipment has led to burn injuries, or lack of safety guards on machinery has led to you sustaining crush injuries, for example.
In addition to being able to claim for accidents that occur in the workplace, it is also important to mention that there are other types of claims that could be made. If you have developed a workplace-related condition that could have been avoided such as repetitive strain injuries, COPD or dermatitis and this was due to your employer’s health and safety provision being negligent then you may be able to make a compensation claim. Contact our team and we will put you in touch with a no win no fee solicitor from our panel if appropriate.
If you believe that you have a case for making a compensation claim as a result of an accident on holiday that caused you to be injured then a no win no fee solicitor from our panel may be able to assist you. It does not matter if the accident took place whilst you were travelling to your holiday destination, on the plane, or at your hotel. If you were not at fault, then you could consider pursuing a claim. Your claim could be made under UK law, foreign law in certain cases, or international law, depending on the type of accident that occurred. Injury claims relating to package holidays can be claimed under the regulations covering package travel. These regulations allow for a claim to be made under UK law if your holiday was arranged as a package via a tour operator in the UK. In the case of certain international flights, the claim might be made under the Montreal Convention. A personal injury lawyer with experience of holiday compensation claims could help you, so if you believe that you could be eligible to make a claim, why not contact us?
For the twelve-month period from October 2018 there were 309 sexual and violent offences recorded in Havering Park. If you were the victim of this type of crime and were injured then you may be able to make a compensation claim via the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA). One of our panel of no win no fee solicitors handling Havering claims could assist you with this. You could also make a civil claim for assault in the UK, but these could be considered less likely than claims through CICA. The personal injury claims time limit for making a CICA claim is usually 2 years from the date of the offence. However, there are certain exceptions.
Claiming For Historic Abuse
In some circumstances, you may be able to claim compensation as a result of a criminal injury that took place some time ago if this was a case of historic abuse as you may have struggled to process the abuse and have not spoken out about it before. Please speak to us for confidential free advice on this sensitive matter.
It may be that they type of accident in Havering that has resulted in your injury is not listed in our guide. However there are a number of other types of personal injury and accident claims that no win no fee solicitors covering Havering could look at for you, including:
- Slip, fall or trip claims
- Injuries in public place claims
- Injuries caused by a beauty treatment
- Claims for food poisoning
- And more…
If you are uncertain if you have a claim we would be happy to discuss the details of your case and provide you with advice on a free no-obligation basis.
If you believe that you have been sold a pension that is not the right product for you or were pressured into taking it and it has resulted in you losing out financially, then you may have been mis sold a pension. Being sold a financial product that was unsuitable, or being put under pressure to take up a financial product are just two of the indications of mis selling. Other indications could include:
- Not being advised of the charges
- Not being warned of the risks
- Not being offered any alternative
- And more….
If you believe that you might have been mis sold a financial product or service that resulted in financial loss then give us a call. We could assess the details of your case to see if one of our panel of no win no fee solicitors covering Havering could assist you.
Any rental deposits paid after April 2007 to your landlord should be covered under the tenancy deposit rules. These rules govern how your landlord may hold your tenancy deposit and include:
- Placing your deposit into a government-approved tenancy deposit scheme
- Informing you in writing of the details of the scheme and your deposit amount
- Returning your deposit within 10 working days of an agreement being made over the amount
If they are unfairly holding your deposit or have failed to hold your deposit correctly then you may be able to make a compensation claim for up to three times the amount of your initial deposit. If you would like to discuss raising a tenancy deposit dispute then give us a call.
Whether you live in a rented private property or a housing association property, if you have been made ill, injured or financially disadvantaged by disrepair then you may be able to make a claim for compensation. The process for making a claim of this nature may be a little complex, but a no win no fee solicitor with experience of housing disrepair could help make that process simpler. Their previous knowledge and experience means they could follow the correct protocols for pursuing these types of claims.
Whether you have been made ill as a result of mould or damp, injured by flooring that is faulty or your personal possessions have been damaged due to leaking water you may have a case for claiming compensation if you have reported disrepair to your landlord and they have failed to fix it.
If you are ready to begin your claim or would like more information, then contact us:
· Get in touch with us
· Discuss your situation
We will discuss the details relating to your case with you in order to assess the situation so that we could offer you the help to move things forward. If it seems like you have a valid claim, we will put you in touch with our panel of no win no fee solicitors covering Havering.
· Manage your claim and stay up-to-date
Our panel of solicitors will be on hand to answer any queries and update you on the progress of your claim throughout the process.
Below you will find details of some useful local services for Havering.
Our Panel Of Doctors Covering Havering
It is a requirement of a personal injury claim that claimants will be required to attend a medical appointment. This is so that evidence of injuries and any related medical conditions can be seen, and a report could be made to assist with the claim. Doctors in the area might include:
|Sahir Shaikh||Romford Clinic Medigold Health, Queen Court, 9-17 Eastern Road, Romford, RM1 3NG|
|Laura Sanchez Pallares||Clockhouse Lane, Romford , RM5 3QJ|
This is a large acute hospital that opened in 2006. It has a full A&E service, trauma unit, hyper-acute stroke unit. It is also home to one of the largest maternity units in the country.
Rom Valley Way
Barking, Havering And Redbridge University Hospital NHS Trust
The trust covers Queens Hospital and King George Hospital offering a full range of surgical and medical service, including the Queens Maternity Centre and more….
Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust Trust HQ
Rom Valley Way
The London Borough Of Havering
London Borough of Havering
Metropolitan Police HQ
New Scotland Yard
Written by JE.
Edited by CE.