Have you recently been injured or suffered harm due to the negligence of a third party? Are you searching for a no win no fee solicitor who could handle your claim? Here at No Win No Fee Expert, our panel of solicitors covering Carlisle have the expertise and knowledge to handle a variety of cases.
From those affected by roadside accidents to holiday injury claims, our panel of experts are well versed in both UK and International law, and could handle your potential claim. So in the event you have experienced injury or harm inflicted by another party, please contact one of our specialist advisors. They can offer you free legal advice with no obligation regarding your claim.
It is worth highlighting that claims for compensation could be affected by a personal injury claims time limit. When claiming compensation, most cases will be subject to a time frame of 3 years. This can be 3 years from the moment of the incident, or alternatively, the time limit comes into action once psychological injuries caused by negligence have been officially diagnosed. However, there are exceptions to this time frame, so we would recommend that you speak with one of our advisors as soon as possible.
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If you have experienced injury or suffering that was caused by the negligent actions of another party, you might be seeking compensation for the damages you’ve endured. When claiming personal injury compensation, our panel of solicitors could offer you a no win no fee agreement. This may also be referred to as a conditional fee agreement, and if a solicitor from our panel accepts your claim on the grounds that it is valid, a no win no fee agreement could minimise your financial risk.
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- No Win No Fee Injury At Work Claims Covering Carlisle
- No Win No Fee Holiday Injury Claims
- Carlisle Criminal Injury Claims
- Other Types Of Personal Injury Claims
- Pension And Investment Mis-Selling Claims
- Rental Deposit Compensation Claims
- Compensation For Disrepair In Rented Housing
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If you are searching for a solicitor to handle your car accident claim, our panel of legal representatives covering Carlisle could potentially be of service. According to 2018 statistics provided by gov.uk, over 165,100 Brits involved in roadside accidents experienced injuries of all severities, and in certain scenarios, some of these accidents could have theoretically been adverted.
Common examples of roadside negligence may include:
- Distracted when driving
- Driving under the influence
- Failing to abide by the Highway Code
- Poor maintenance of your vehicle
When accidents of this nature occur, you could experience an assortment of injuries ranging from minor to major. In many cases related to roadside accidents, whiplash related injuries are some of the most common. Over 617,000 people made whiplash injury claims between 2016-2017.
So if you have suffered at the hands of roadside negligence, causing injuries such as whiplash, our panel of personal injury solicitors could assist you when making a whiplash injury claim. For more information, please contact someone from our team today.
Medical negligence is an unfortunate act in which a medical practitioner, such as a doctor, dentist, or a nurse, deviates from reasonably expected standards in care. This could occur during surgery, a routine GP appointment, during a dental procedure, and countless other scenarios. In most cases, people who visit a medical professional will receive excellent care, after all, there are measures that have been set in place to ensure patient safety. However, there are circumstances where safety methods could fail, and as a result, it could cause avoidable injury or harm.
If you have experienced negligence due to a medical blunder, you could be left with life-altering injuries and/or suffering. In drastic circumstances, those who have been affected by medical negligence could struggle to earn an income or simply be unable to look after themselves. If this happens, an expert from our panel could assist the affected individual when making a medical negligence claim.
Claims our panel of solicitors covering Carlisle could potentially handle may include:
- Negligent actions of a GP
- Negligent actions of a nurse
- Negligent care
- Negligent surgical errors
- Negligent care during birth
- Dental negligence
To discover more information regarding medical negligence claims and how No Win No Fee Expert could assist you, please click here.
Experiencing an injury at work is both an inconvenient and unpleasant experience that could cause significant injury or harm. It is within your employer’s duty of care to ensure that all potential hazards have been adverted ahead of time, which can be achieved through preventive methods such as routine checks, regular housekeeping, and risk assessments. However, if an employer fails to uphold their duty of care, you could have grounds to pursue a claim for compensation.
The Health and Saftey Executive (HSE) identified that over 1.4 million people within the UK are currently facing injuries or suffering due to their place of work. When accidents inflicted by negligence occur, Citizens Advice have outlined some steps that could be considered. These include:
- Seeking medical attention
- Reporting the incident to your place of work
- Take photographic/video evidence
- Collect witness details
- Take additional notes
If you have experienced an injury at the hands of third-party negligence that could have been avoided, our panel of solicitors could potentially handle your claim. For more information regarding a possible claim, we recommend that you speak with one of our advisors.
When people travel either abroad or within the UK, it is more than likely that they will have an excellent vacation and no issues will arise. However, there are certain scenarios where third party negligence could impact your holiday, resulting in an injury or damages that could have potentially been avoided. If the neglectful actions of another affect your health, well-being and therefore overall holiday experience, then you could be entitled to claim compensation.
While travelling on holiday, you will presumably use a variety of transportation systems, accommodation services, and if you have booked a package holiday, then you may have additional trips included within that deal. During your journey, there is a possibility that a neglectful party could cause an injury that could have been evaded. A clam could be made for:
- Flight delays
- Airport accidents
- Airline neglect
- Train line accidents including international services such as Eurostar
- Injuries on a packaged holiday
Experiencing an injury or damages that were caused by violent crime is an unfortunate experience to endure. Not only could your physical health be impacted, but your psychological well-being, your finances, and your day-to-day routine could drastically be affected. When involved in a violent crime, you may wish to make a criminal injury compensation claim, and the assistance of a legal expert could potentially be of assistance.
The Criminal Injury Compensation Authority (CICA) is a government body in which you could claim an awarded settlement through. The CICA aims to provide financial and emotional support to those affected by violent crime, and in doing so, could offer an awarded settlement to victims of violent crime. Although compensation cannot erase the suffering you have experienced, it could provide financial aid during the recovery process. After all, you may encounter surprise medical bills, a loss in finances, or in drastic circumstances, you may need financial assistance adjusting to life after a violent crime. To read more information regarding CICA, please click here.
For you to make a valid claim for criminal injury compensation, there are a few steps you should consider. Firstly, the crime you have experienced must be reported to the police. Secondly, when claiming criminal injury compensation through the CICA, there is a shorter claims time limit of 2 years. To discover more information regarding this process, we recommend that you speak with one of our advisors.
In addition to the claims that are listed above, our panel of no win no fee solicitors covering Carlisle could assist those who have been directly affected by a slip, trip or fall. In certain circumstances, a slip, trip or fall could be influenced by the neglectful actions of another individual, resulting in injuries or harm that could have potentially been adverted.
The Health and Safety Executive previously identified three contributing factors that could influence a slip, trip, or fall. These include:
- Design & maintenance
When accidents of this nature occur, there are a variety of people who could potentially be held accountable. Depending on the location of the accident, the liability could shift between private landowners or the city council.
For more information regarding slip, trip and fall claims for compensation, please click here.
If the scenario described below sounds familiar, then you might have experienced the mis-selling of a financial product. If so, we recommend that you speak with one of our advisors regarding your potential claim.
When making a financial decision, it is outlined within the law that you as a consumer should be fully informed about the decision you are making when using a financial advisor. Whether you are making an investment, starting a pension (such as SIPP’S), or starting a mortgage, regardless of the decision, you should be supplied with the full knowledge and relevant information ahead of time. So any risks to your finances, hidden fees, additional costs, and alternative options should be outlined in advance. Therefore, if you have made a financial decision and financially suffered because of bad, mis informed, or ill-advised guidance, you could have grounds to pursue a claim for compensation.
If your landlord has failed to return your deposit within the recommended timeframe, then you could be entitled to compensation. When presenting settlement claims in Carlisle, our panel of no win no fee solicitors could handle your claim and potentially retrieve your deposit back from the landlord. If you have a valid claim, you could be awarded a settlement that is between one and three times the initial deposit figure.
You could be eligible to make a claim if a landlord has:
- Failed to protect a deposit
- Failed to input the deposit within a government protected scheme (e.g. Tenancy Deposit Scheme) within the legal time frame
- Failed to provide the tenant with the information regarding the protection of their deposit
If you believe your landlord has breached these duties, then please contact someone from our team today. They can discuss your potential claim in greater detail and answer any specific questions or concerns that you might have.
If you rent a property that has fallen into disrepair, the operator of that property has a legal and ethical responsibility to fix it. You as a tenant should not have to live in threatening or imposing conditions, as a housing disrepair can cause serious concerns relating to illness, injury, and in some circumstances, disrepair could affect the tenant’s domestic bills and finances. This could include disrepairs relating to:
- Structural defects
- An insufficient water system
- A broken heating system
In most cases, a rented property is operated through one of several bodies/individuals, and it is within the operator’s duty of care to uphold the properties preservation if it falls into disrepair. This may include private landlords, housing associations, or the city council. Regardless, each of these specific bodies has a direct duty of care to ensure the tenants of their property are living in a habitable property. But if they fail to uphold this duty of care, and as a result you encounter an injury, illness, or financial loss caused by third party negligence, then you could have grounds to pursue compensation for disrepair.
If you wish to begin a compensation claim, please contact a member of our team. Our expert and friendly advisors can offer your free legal advice of no obligation and discuss any queries that you might have. The number to call is 0800 073 8802. Alternatively, you could enquire online and a member of our team will be in touch as soon a possible.
We hope that this online guide has been successful in outlining the potential claims our panel of solicitors could handle. Suffering at the hands of third-party negligence isn’t an easy experience, so we hope that this guide has provided some clarity. If you have any further questions regarding your potential claim or the services our panel could provide, please don’t hesitate and contact us.
Our Panel Of Doctors Covering Carlisle
A necessary step when making a claim for compensation requires you to undergo a medical examination. Upon completion, the medical assessment shall outline the severity of your injury, its prognosis, and whether you require any future treatment. We work with a panel of doctors who could perform the examination. Doctors from our panel covering Carlisle include:
|Ian Kerss||St Paul's Medical Centre
Arnside House, Sycamore Lane,
|Andre Brittain-Dissont||Bourne Business Centre
North Cumbria Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust
CA2 7HYWebsite: www.carlisle.gov.uk/
Carlisle City Council
Carlisle CA3 8QG
Cumbria Constabulary Headquarters,
Written by M.L.
Edited by H.E.