In the moments where you have been injured by a negligent party, it can be quite a traumatic and stressful event. Not only could your physical health be affected, but your psychological well-being could also suffer. If you have been involved in an accident that was caused by third party negligence, then you might be searching for a no win no fee solicitor covering Herne Bay. If that is the case, then a solicitor from our panel could potentially handle your claim. Whether you’ve been affected by medical negligence or a work-related injury, a no win no fee solicitor from our panel could handle your claim and provide you with legal advice and support throughout the process.
It is worth remembering that all potential claims for compensation could be affected by a claims time limit and each time limit can vary. For example, a personal injury claims time limit is usually 3 years, meaning a claim of this nature should be made within 3 years of the negligent event. In some cases, a time limit can begin once injuries caused by negligence, such as PTSD, have been officially diagnosed.
For more information regarding time limits or the claims process, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team. Our advisors are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They can offer free legal advice (of no obligation) to discuss your potential claim in greater detail and highlight whether your claim meets the applicable time limit.
Conditional Fee Agreements Explained
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. This arrangement may also be referred to as a Conditional Fee Agreement (CFA) and is only offered to those who have a valid claim for compensation. An arrangement of this nature serves as a mutual agreement between the solicitor and the claimant, outlining the payment aspects of the claim ahead of time.
In the event a solicitor accepts a claim that has a successful outcome, they will proceed in taking a success fee from the final settlement. This fee acts as payment for the services that they have provided, and by law, this fee is capped at 25%. However, if a solicitor fails to attain a settlement after accepting a claim, then the client will not be held accountable for their solicitor’s time and services. Therefore, no win no fee agreement could reduce the threat to your finances.
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Choose Your No Win No Fee Service Or Accident Claim
- Claiming Compensation For Herne Bay Road Accidents
- Claiming Compensation In Cases Of Medical Negligence
- No Win No Fee Work Injury Compensation Claims
- No Win No Fee Compensation For A Holiday Illness Or Injury
- Compensation For Criminal Injuries Sustained In Herne Bay
- Are There Other Accident Or Injury Claims?
- Financial Service, Pension And SIPP Mis Selling Compensation Claims
- No Win No Fee Tenant Deposit Protection Scheme Claims
- Herne Bay Housing Disrepair Compensation Claims
- How To Seek Compensation
- Herne Bay Area Resources
If you have been harmed by a Herne Bay road accident, then you may have experienced an array of injuries that range from minor to major, physical to psychological. In some scenarios, an incident of this nature could be caused by a negligent road user. If that is the case, then you might be searching for a solicitor who could handle your claim and provide legal advice.
According to the Reported Road Casualties annual report, there were a total of 160,597 casualties of all severities that happened in 2018 and 49% of injuries between 2016 to 2018 were in relation to whiplash. Common examples of road-related negligence may include:
- Aggressive Driving
- Driving Under The Influence
So if you have been affected by the negligence of another road user, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team. Our expert advisors can review your potential claim and discuss road traffic accident claims in greater detail.
Whether you have visited a medical professional with regards to a concerning symptom, a repeat prescription, or for a surgical procedure, it is understandable to expect a high quality of care when being treated. After all, medical practitioners are held to a high code of ethics that ensures patient safety and well-being is a high priority. The code of ethics has been outlined by the General Medical Council in great length. But despite the measures that have been set in place, there is a possibility that a medical professional could deviate from the standards in care, inflicting injury or suffering that could have been avoided.
Potential claims that our panel of no win no fee solicitors could handle may include:
- Prescription Errors
- Surgical Blunders
- Delayed Diagnosis
- Dental Negligence
- Avoidable Birth Injuries
If you have been affected by careless treatment, then you might be searching for compensation for medical negligence. If that is the case, then a solicitor from our panel could be of assistance as they could provide you with legal guidance and support throughout the legal process.
For more information regarding medical negligence claims, please click here.
If you have experienced neglect at work and are looking to make a work injury compensation claim, our panel of solicitors could be of assistance. An employer has a direct responsibility to ensure their employees are greeted with a safe and hazard-free environment. To achieve this, an employer could perform crucial steps, such as risk assessments, routine inspections, and regular housekeeping. It is an employer’s legal obligation to ensure workplace safety have been achieved. But if they neglect this crucial duty, ultimately causing an injury at work, then this is a breach in the duty of care and should be held accountable.
In the event of a workplace accident, Citizen’s Advice has provided some steps that you could consider. These include:
- Seek Medical Attention
- Taking Photographic Evidence
- Report The Incident To Your Employer
- Collect The Details Of Those Who Witnessed The Accident
If you have experienced a personal injury, then you will know first-hand how daunting and stressful the encounter can be. Not only could your physical health be deeply impacted, but your psychological well-being and your personal finances could potentially suffer. However, all of these elements are significantly heightened when an injury is caused by a negligent third party. If you have experienced negligence abroad and wish to make a compensation claim for holiday illness, a no win no fee solicitor from our panel could be of assistance.
If you were injured during a specific entity of your package holiday, then you could pursue a claim against the tour operator in the UK. In order to make a claim of this nature, you must have been neglectfully been injured during a specific component of your holiday that was prearranged. For example, if the package holiday included a flight, and during the flight you were injured due to negligent factors, then you could have grounds to pursue a claim against the tour operator. You may also have grounds to pursue a claim against a neglectful airline under the Montreal Convention (1999). The convention holds accountability against the airline for those who have been affected by a delayed flight, injured whilst flying or if your luggage has been lost or damaged.
If you have suffered from a criminal injury, then you will know first-hand how stressful, daunting, and distressing it can be. Not only could your physical health be affected by a violent crime, but you could be left with psychological trauma or life-altering implications. If you injured as a result of a violent crime, then our panel of no win no fee solicitors could be of service. Although an awarded settlement cannot erase the damages and suffering, it could be beneficial in covering the cost of medical expenses, such as prescriptions, or alternatively, it could cover the costs of therapy, physio, or the loss of potential earnings. A solicitor from our panel could handle your claim and present it through the Criminal Injury Compensation Authority (CICA).
- Sexual Abuse
- Physical Assault
- Injured Trying To Stop A Crime
- Bereavement Due To Violent Crime
- Hit and Run
- Stabbing Incident
There is a 2-year time limit to conducting criminal injuries. However, historical cases of sexual abuse may be exempt from this limit. Contact us today to find out more.
In addition to the claims that have been listed above, our panel of no win no fee solicitors could assist those who have been affected by a slip or fall incident. In the moments where another party is liable for a slip or fall, a claim could be brought against them and compensation could be awarded. The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has identified that there are three common causes that contribute to an accident of this nature. In most cases, a slip or fall is caused by:
- Design & Maintenance
Although a solicitor from our panel could handle your claim, it is worth remembering that in order to make a claim of this nature, you must have evidence displaying the liable party at fault. Without evidence, it can be extremely difficult to present a successful claim against the negligent party.
When making a financial decision, it is understandable to seek the expertise of a financial advisor. After all, a decision of this nature is extremely sensitive, and you want to be well informed prior to any major decision. A financial advisor should discuss the different options regarding a pension & SIPP before any decision has been made. In that process, the advisors should outline all potential options, hidden fee’s, and risks to your finances. A financial advisor is bound by the law to be honest, factual, and unbiased throughout the process. In doing so, they cannot persuade or misinform your decision. The ultimate conclusion should be made without any interference or misleading or unfactual knowledge.
But in the event an advisors guidance causes a financial loss, then you could have grounds to pursue a claim for compensation. If that is the case and you choose to work with No Win No Fee Expert, we could connect you with a solicitor from our panel who is well-suited to your type of claim. Whether this is in relation to the mis selling of a mortgage or a SIPP mis selling compensation claim, our panel of solicitors have the expertise to handle claims of this nature and could provide you with guidance and support throughout the process. However, you must have suffered a financial loss in order to make a claim of this nature.
It is outlined within the law that a landlord who takes a tenancy deposit from a resident is required to put this deposit into a protection scheme within 30 days. This law ensures that landlords cannot use the deposit for anything other than its sole purpose, and respectively, the deposit creates a mutual agreement between the tenant and the landlord. When an occupancy comes to its end, the tenant will presumably expect to receive their deposit within the legal timeframe of 10 days. However, a landlord will only return the deposit if the tenant has successfully:
- Paid Bills On Time
- Haven’t Damaged The Property
- Met The Terms Of The Tenancy Agreement
If you have met all of the requirements outlined above and have not received your deposit, then you could have grounds to pursue a claim. You may also have grounds to make a claim if your landlord has failed to follow these guidelines provided by Shelter.org:
- Protect The Deposit Throughout The Tenancy
- Provide The Tenant With Written Confirmation
- Place The Deposit Into A Government Backed Scheme
The landlord is also bound by the law to uphold the tenant’s deposit protection, but if they have failed to do so, our panel of no win no fee solicitors have the experience to handle claims of this nature. Our expert panel could attain a settlement that is between one and three times the amount of the deposit. For more information, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team.
As a tenant in a rented property, you have an obligation to inform your landlord if the property falls into disrepair. Without the disrepair being brought to the landlord’s attention, it may go unresolved or cause injury, illness, or financial loss. There are many ways in which a property could fall into disrepair, and in some circumstances, a case of this nature may require the court’s involvement. If that is the case, then the pre-action protocol for housing disrepair cases outlines some relevant information that could be of use. If you choose to work with a no win no fee solicitor from our panel, they could represent your claim in the event a housing disrepair claim goes to court.
Common examples of disrepair might include:
- Boiler Issues
- Lack of Heating
- Water Damage/Flooding
- Electrical Faults
- Structural Defects
A landlord has a responsibility and legal obligation to put their tenant’s safety and well-being first. But, if a landlord has been informed of the disrepair and has failed to act accordingly, causing the tenant to become injured, ill, or experience a financial loss, then the tenant could have grounds to pursue a claim for housing disrepair compensation.
If you have been affected by third party negligence, you might be wondering if you’re eligible for compensation and how you can begin your claim. If you have been injured or have suffered due to third party negligence, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team. Our expert and friendly advisors could offer free legal advice of no obligation, which means they can answer any questions that you might have and discuss your claim in greater detail.
We sincerely hope that this online guide has been useful in your search for a no win no fee solicitor. In addition to this online guide, have included some extra materials that we believe could be of use. From Herne Bay’s local authority to Kent Police, you can find all of the relevant links and information located down below.
Our Panel Of Doctors Covering Herne Bay
When making a claim for compensation, you will be required to partake in necessary medical examination. This step plays a vital role in the evidence collection process, as it will produce a report that outlines the severity of your injury, its prognosis, and whether you’ll require future treatment. This examination will be performed by an unbiased doctor from our panel who could cover the area of Herne Bay.
The doctors from our panel include;
|Abhinav Gulihar||Greenfields Clinic
The Kings Mile, 37 Northgate, Canterbury,
|Salman Baig||Holiday Inn Express
Upper Harbledown, Canterbury,
|Shehzad Hanif||Holiday Inn Express - Canterbury
Upper Harbledown, Canterbury,
Queen Victoria Memorial Hospital
Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust
106 South End Road,
Canterbury City Council
Written by M.L.
Edited by H.E.