If you are searching for a no win no fee solicitor covering Doncaster who could help you to claim compensation for an injury, the mis-selling of a financial product or other reason, No Win No Fee Expert could help you. We are able to help claimants across Great Britain to claim compensation if they have been harmed by negligence.
If you live or work in Doncaster (or indeed elsewhere across the country) and have been involved in an accident which was not your fault, we could help you. We have an expert panel of no win no fee claims solicitors who could conduct your claims. We also work with a panel of doctors who can check your health and provide medical evidence necessary for your claim.
If you choose to make a claim with us you can rely on the expertise of our team and be sure that your claim with be dealt with by an expert solicitor. You can also contact our team by calling us on 0800 073 8802.
What Are Conditional Fee Agreements?
Conditional Fee Agreements (often abbreviated as CFA and commonly known as no win no fee agreements) are a type of contract through which a solicitor may provide their services. Many of the claims which are handled by our panel of no win no fee personal injury claim solicitors are conducted in this way. It allows you (as a claimant) to be able to start a claim without having to think about paying upfront legal fees.
Through this type of agreement, your solicitor will take care of costs which arise during the course of your case, such as the cost of obtaining medical reports or other evidence necessary to make your claim. At the end of the claims process, you will be able to pay the solicitors fees from the compensation that they have secured for you. How much a solicitor can charge (as a percentage of your settlement) is capped at 25%.
However, if for whatever reason your claim is unsuccessful, you won’t have to pay for your solicitor’s fees.
You can learn more about how no win no fee solicitors work in this guide.
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If you have been involved in a Doncaster car accident or other form of Doncaster road accident which was not your fault, you may be able to claim compensation from the driver who caused your accident. Your accident could have involved a private vehicle, a bike or bicycle, or it could have involved a bus or other public transport vehicle. No matter the mode of transport you or the other road user was using, we could help you to make a road traffic accident claim. If you have a whiplash injury caused by a vehicle accident, we have a dedicated guide which goes into more detail on claiming compensation for this type of injury.
The compensation secured through a no win no fee injury claim could help you to get your life back on track. It may compensate you for the injuries suffered and the effects on your mental health as well as restoring you to a similar financial position you were in before the accident.
You can learn more about road traffic accident statistics across the UK here.
If you are under any form of medical care, from seeing your local GP to undergoing complicated surgery, the doctors, dentists or nursing staff caring for you legally owe you a duty of care to not cause you avoidable harm.
Medical negligence means that the person or persons carrying out your treatment failed to meet this duty of care owed to you and as a result of their actions you were harmed in a way which could have been avoided. In order for you to claim compensation for negligent medical or clinical care, the medical negligence solicitor handling your case needs to show two things. They first need to show that the person who’s care you were under did not meet their responsibilities. This may be by showing that they did not carry out a procedure which would be expected in such cases or that they made a harmful mistake. Next, it needs to be clearly shown that the harm you suffered was caused by this mistake and that it was avoidable.
A high degree of evidence is necessary to make a medical negligence claim as there may be a serious effect on the career of the person being claimed against.
Our panel of solicitors could conduct claims for a wide range of different accidents which have happened in the workplace. These may include claims for circumstances such as breaches in health and safety protocols, slips and falls, workplace vehicle accidents and those involving machinery.
If you have been involved in an accident at work, you may be able to make a no win no fee injury claim against your employer (or other responsible party). If you have been injured at work, making a personal injury claim may be the last thing on your mind. Your first priority should be to seek medical treatment and make sure you take care of your health. As well as making sure that your health is taken care of, the sooner you have had your injury diagnosed the sooner you could contact a personal injury lawyer handling claims in your area.
Once you have started your claim, the personal injury lawyer handling your case may then request that you undergo another medical examination. This may be carried out by a doctor who is part of our panel. The results of this may also be used to confirm your injury and as further evidence for your claim.
Were you injured whilst on a package holiday in or outside of the UK? Have you been injured whilst working abroad? Was your flight to or from a UK airport delayed? If so, you may be eligible to make a no win no fee holiday compensation claim.
Whilst we may not like to think about it happening, accidents caused by someone else’s negligence could be as likely to happen when abroad as they are when in the UK. If you are injured outside of the UK (and even if you have a comprehensive travel insurance policy) you may find that you not only lose the enjoyment of your holiday, but also face additional costs. You may have had to make upfront payments for medical treatment or to return to the UK earlier than expected.
If you were travelling on a package holiday, the tour operator may be responsible for your safety on the flight, inclusive transfers, at your hotel and on pre-arranged activities or transport booked as part of your package.
If you contact a member of our team we can investigate to see if your tour operator (or other party a claim could be made against) was responsible for your accident taking place. Learn more about making a no win no fee holiday claim by talking to our advisors today.
If you have been assaulted or abused you will know that the effects may be both physical and psychological. Those who have been harmed in such instances could have injuries which last over the long-term. If you have been victim to a criminal injury our panel of personal injury solicitors covering Doncaster could help you claim compensation through the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority.
The CICA is a body which was set up in 1966. It operates as an executive agency of the government in Great Britain. There is a different body operating in Northern Ireland. The CICA operates a scheme to provide compensation to those harmed by violent crimes in Great Britain. To make a claim with the CICA you need to make sure that you report the crime as soon as possible to the police. You will need this record in order to make a successful claim. You should also keep in mind that the time limit for such claims is shorter than other personal injury claims, being just two years. For more information, please speak to our team to see if our panel of criminal solicitors covering Doncaster could help you.
The circumstances described in this guide to personal injury claims and other forms of compensation in Doncaster are not exhaustive. No matter the specific and individual circumstances of how your accident happened and its location, whether a slip, trip or fall or other type of accident, if another party was to blame you could make a claim using a personal injury solicitor from our panel. You could be able to claim compensation for your injuries if the other party was only partially responsible, though the amount of compensation awarded may be reduced proportionally.
If you contact us, an advisor could discuss your individual circumstances and ascertain whether you would be able to claim compensation. If you can, they could connect you to a solicitor covering the Doncaster area.
Financial mis-selling could describe a wide range of circumstances in which those affected feel that they have been mis-sold an investment such as a pension, annuity or other form of investment. What is common to such cases is that a financial product or service has been mis-sold to someone. By financial mis-selling, we mean that the product or service may have been unsuitable for the claimants requirements.
An example of this may be where someone took out a pension which involved greater risk than they were aware because the full terms and conditions were not explained to them. An advisor may have deliberately failed to make sure you knew what you were signing up to, causing you to agree to a service you would otherwise not have done so. Victims may also have been ill-advised about the suitability of a product or service and thus again have taken out a product which was not suitable.
Speak to our panel of no win no fee solicitors to see if you have been mis-sold a financial service.
Our specialist panel of solicitors covering the Doncaster area could help tenants who need to dispute how their rental deposit has been treated by a landlord. If your landlord did not protect your deposit within 30 days or did not notify you of where and how the deposit was protected, you make be able to make a compensation claim.
In order to make sure the landlord and tenant are properly protected, deposits should be placed with one of three schemes. These are The Deposit Protection Service, MyDeposits and Tenancy Deposit Scheme. There are circumstances where the landlord is not legally obliged to protect your deposit. It can be helpful to find out if and how your deposit should be protected prior to making payment. At the end of the tenancy, your deposit should be returned to you as long as you have complied with the terms of your lease and have not caused any damages.
Find out more about such claims by speaking to our team.
If you have reported necessary repairs or maintenance to a housing association, local council or private landlord which has not been carried out and if you suffered, you could be able to make a housing disrepair claim.
There are various types of damage to your home which should be fixed in a timely-manner. These include (but may not be limited to):
- Infestations of insects, mice or rats (if shown to be the landlords fault).
- Broken whitegoods such as a cooker, washing machine or fridge supplied with the property.
- Broken, damaged or faulty bathroom fixtures, such as a shower or toilet.
- Leaking water, mould or rising damp.
- Leaks in your roof or broken gutters.
- Broken or faulty heating.
- Damaged pipe works (gas, water, etc).
- Other damages.
If you notified your landlord of any of these (or other) problems with your home and they were not repaired, a no win no fee solicitor may be able to assist you. There are steps which you need to take before making a claim, see here.
For whatever reason you need to claim compensation, whether for an injury or other cause, our panel of no win no fee solicitors covering Doncaster could have the specialist skills to assist you in claiming compensation. Follow these simple steps when making a claim.
Get In Contact With Our Team
Start by getting in contact with our panel of no win no fee solicitors. You could call us via the phone number above or make an enquiry using our online form.
Talk To Us About Your Claim
Discuss with our team what has happened to you. Were you injured or do you have other grounds for claiming compensation?
You can keep up to date with how your claim is progressing by contacting our team. We will also notify you as necessary as your claim progresses.
If you have been injured in a Doncaster road accident or were otherwise injured (whether through your fault or not) you may need to access certain services in this area or notify specific parties. We have included details of some of these local authorities or services here.
Our Panel Of Doctors Covering Doncaster
If you are making a personal injury claim for an accident in Doncaster you may be asked to undergo an examination by one of our panel of doctors. This is to ensure we have a correct assessment of your injury.
|Dr. Sumeet Vohra||Tracey Wood Osteopath Limited
12 South Parade
|Dr. David Pontefract||Thorne Road Chiropractic Clinic
45 Thorne Road
|Dr. Mohammed Safdar||Chestnut Avenue Carcroft
Doncaster Royal Infirmary
The hospital provides accident and emergency services as well as acute care. It currently has 500 hospital beds.
Doncaster Royal Infirmary
Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
As well as Doncaster Royal Infirmary, this NHS Trust also administers two other hospitals and provides medical care and services to 420,000 people across this area.
Doncaster Royal Infirmary
The local authority for this area is Doncaster Council. In some instances claims may be made against the council.
Contact details: www.doncaster.gov.uk/services/get-in-touch/contact-the-council
South Yorkshire Police
Policing in Doncaster is carried out by the South Yorkshire Police force. Below you can find their headquarters address and how to report a crime online.
Carbrook Hall Road
Written by R.L.
Edited by H.E.