If you have been affected by third party negligence, then you might be searching for a no win no fee solicitor covering Redbridge who could handle your claim. Here at No Win No Fee Expert, we could connect you with a solicitor from our panel that is suited to handle your claim. From medical negligence claims to those who have been affected by a road traffic accident, our panel of no win no fee solicitors covering Redbridge have the expertise to handle a wide variety of claims.
It is worth noting that the validity of a potential claim could be affected by a time limit, and there are various time limits for each potential claim. For example, a personal injury claims time limit is 3 years, which in simple terms means that a claim of this nature should be made within 3 years of the negligent act. In comparison, a criminal injury claim should be made within 2 years of the violent crime. A compensation claim time limit comes into action from the moment of the negligent event, or alternatively, it can begin once the injuries caused by negligence, such as PTSD have been officially diagnosed.
For more information please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team. One of our friendly advisors can discuss your claim in greater detail and outline whether it meets the applicable time limit.
Is There A Catch To No Win No Fee Claims?
If you have been affected by third party negligence and choose to work with a solicitor from our panel, they could offer those with a valid claim a no win no fee agreement. An arrangement of this nature may also be referred to as a Conditional Fee Agreement, and in simple terms, acts as a signed contract between a claimant and the solicitor.
There is no catch to a no win no fee claim, as they are designed to help those affected by negligence. If a solicitor takes on a valid claim and has a successful outcome, the claimant will then be required to pay a ‘’success fee’ from the final settlement. This acts as a payment for the services that have been provided throughout the claims process. But in the event a solicitor fails to attain an awarded settlement, then the no win no fee agreement reduces the threat to the claimant’s finances.
For more information regarding the benefits of a no win no fee agreements, please click here. You could also discuss this process with an adviser from our team, as they can offer you free legal advice of no obligation and answer any questions that you might have.
Choose Your No Win No Fee Service Or Accident Claim
- Redbridge Traffic And Car Accident Compensation Claims
- No Win No Fee Medical Negligence Free Claims Advice
- Claim Compensation For An Accident At Work
- No Win No Fee Claims If Injured Whilst On Holiday
- Claim Compensation For An Assault Or Other Criminal Injury
- More Redbridge Injury Claims
- Claim For Pension Mis Selling And Negligent Financial Advice
- No Win No Fee Tenancy Deposit Protection Disputes
- Housing Disrepair General And Special Damages Claims
- Start A No Win No Fee Claim
- Helpful Redbridge Resources
If you have been involved in a Road Traffic Accident (RTA), then there is a possibility that you have been injured physically or psychologically. In many incidents involving two vehicles, it is extremely likely to have experienced a whiplash injury, as they are some of the most common RTA claims that are made. This statement is evident from the statistics that have been outlined in the Reported Road Casualties annual statistics. Within the report, it outlines that 49% of claims made between the years 2016 to 2018 were in relation to a whiplash injury.
There are circumstances where a Redbridge car accident could be caused by the negligent actions of another driver, inflicting injury or suffering that could have been avoided. Common examples of road-related negligence might include;
- Aggressive Driving
- Driving Under The Influence
- Distracted Driving
- Failing To Uphold The Highway Code
In the event you have been injured due to the negligence of another driver, then you could be eligible for compensation. If that is the case and you choose to work with No Win No Fee Expert, then we could connect you with a solicitor who could handle your claim. Our panel of no win no fee solicitors have the expertise to handle claims of this nature, meaning they could provide you with support and legal guidance throughout the claims process.
For more information regarding car accident claims, then please click here.
When visiting a medical professional, you innately expect to be treated with a certain level of care. This high standard in treatment is presumed by patients because medical practitioners are held to a high code of ethics. As outlined by the General Medical Council, the code of ethics ensures that medical professionals uphold the dignity, safety, and comfort of a patient, ensure they promote and protect their health and well-being.
Despite the measures set in place, there are moments where a medical practitioner could deviate from the standards in care, inflicting injury or suffering that could have been avoided. In the moments when negligence occurs, the affected patient may experience life-altering injuries, drastically impacting their physical and /or psychological health. So if you wish to make a medical negligence claim, our panel of no win no fee solicitors could handle (potential) claims relating to;
- Surgical Errors
- Dental Negligence
- Avoidable Injuries During Childbirth
- Prescription Errors (causing avoidable suffering or the worsening of a condition)
Medical negligence is a broad area within personal injury law, as there are many different types of injuries that can be inflicted. Therefore, we would recommend that you speak with an adviser from our team, as they can offer free legal advice and discuss whether you have a potential claim. For more information relating to medical negligence claims, please click here.
Regardless of the working environment, there are measures set in place to ensure a certain standard in safety has been achieved. This responsibility directly falls onto the employer, as they are required by law to provide a safe and hazard-free environment. To do so, there are methods they can adopt that will help outline any problematic areas ahead of time. Examples might include;
- Risk Assessments
- Providing The Correct Work Gear
- Providing Training (examples may include proper lifting technique / how to safely use equipment)
- Regular Housekeeping
- Routine Inspections
If an employer fails to uphold their crucial obligation to workplace safety, then they could cause an accident. If you have been affected by third party negligence and wish to make a claim for an accident at work, then our panel of no win no fee solicitors could be of service. If you have been injured at work, then there are some steps outlined by Citizens Advice that could be extremely beneficial. These include;
- Seeking Medical Attention
- Take Photographic Evidence
- Gather The Details of Those Who Witnessed The Accident
- Report The Incident To Your Employer
A personal injury is never an expected or pleasant experience, as the affected individual may experience physical injuries to psychological suffering. When a third party’s negligence is responsible for an accident on holiday, it can heighten the overall stress and concerns you experience, infringing upon the holiday.
If you have been injured during a specific component of your package holiday, then you could have grounds to pursue a claim for compensation. If you have been injured whilst on holiday, a solicitor from our panel could be of service, as they are knowledgeable in both UK and International law. For example, if you booked a package holiday that included a flight and accommodation, and during the flight, you become injured due to negligence, then you could have grounds to make a claim against the travel operator.
So if you have been affected by third party negligence and wish to make a claim, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team. They can discuss your potential claim in greater detail and outline whether you have grounds to pursue a claim. Our advisers can also answer any additional questions that you might have and offer free legal advice of no obligation.
If you have been the unfortunate victim of a violent crime, you may have experienced injuries that range from minor to major, physical to psychological. It is understandable to feel lost and unsure, but you could have grounds to pursue a claim for compensation. A no win no fee solicitor from our panel could assist victims of a criminal injury and present a claim through the Criminal Injury Compensation Authority (CICA).
Our panel of solicitors could assist those who wish to make a claim for assault if they have been affected;
- Sexual Assault
- Physical Assault
- Stabbing Incidents
- Bereavement Due To A Violent Crime
- Injured Trying to Prevent a Crime
- A Victim Of Domestic Violence
Although an awarded settlement cannot erase the suffering and damages you have experienced, it could provide you with financial assurance during the recovery period. An awarded settlement could cover any surprise costs, such as medical expenses, a loss of potential income, or simply adjusting to life after a violent crime. So if you have been affected by violent crime and want to begin a claim, please contact a member of our team.
In addition to the claims that have been listed within this online guide, our panel of no win no fee solicitors have the expertise to handle claims relating to a slip or trip incident. In the moments where a slip or fall is caused by a negligent party, the affected party could have grounds to make a claim for compensation. The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has previously identified that there are three common causes that contribute to a slip or trip-related accident. In most cases, a slip, trip or fall is caused by;
- Maintenance And Design
In order to make a claim of this nature, it is vital that the wounded individual has evidence that displays a negligent party at fault. Without evidence, it is extremely difficult to present a slip or fall claim for compensation.
When making a financial purchase, it is extremely common to seek the advice and expertise of a financial adviser. When making a financial purchase, whether this is in relation to a mortgage, investment, or pension, it can be quite an intimidating and intense experience. So the advice of a financial adviser can often elevate the stresses and concerns throughout this process.
A financial advisor is bound by the law to provide earnest, factual, and unbiased advice. In doing so, they must outline any hidden fees, additional costs, or alternative options. A financial adviser is not allowed to pursued or mislead a customer, as they must come to a decision of their own accord. But in the event a financial adviser neglects this duty, then you could have grounds to make a claim. In order to make a claim of this nature, you must have suffered a financial loss caused by an adviser’s advice.
When a resident comes to the end of their tenancy agreement, it is expected that they will receive their deposit if they have paid bills on time, left the property in good condition, and have met their obligations within the tenancy agreement. But in the event you have met these obligations and a landlord has failed to return your deposit, you could have grounds to claim it back from them. Our panel of no win no fee solicitors could handle a tenancy deposit protection dispute claim and potentially attain a figure that is between one and three times the deposits’ original amount.
According to Shelter.org, a landlord is required by law to;
- Protect The Deposit Throughout The Tenancies Duration
- Provide The Tenant With Written Information Regarding The Deposit Within 30 Days
- Put The Deposit Into A Government-backed Scheme Within 30 Days
So if you believe your landlord has neglected their duty and withheld your deposit, please contact a member of our team. Our expert and friendly advisers can offer you free legal advice and discuss your potential claim in greater detail.
As a tenant in a rented property, you have an obligation to inform the landlord if the property falls into disrepair. If the landlord hasn’t been officially notified, then they cannot be held accountable if you have experienced injuries, illnesses or financial loss due to disrepair. But if a landlord has been notified and they fail to act, then they could be held liable for negligence. Common examples of housing disrepair include;
- Broken Boiler
- Flooding /Water Damage
- Insufficient Heating System
If you have been affected by third party negligence, then you might have some confusion with regards to your legal position and whether or not you could make a claim. If that is the case, then why not contact a member of our team? Our expert and friendly advisers can offer free legal advice of no obligation, which means they can answer your questions and provide you with support and advice.
We hope that this online guide has successfully outlined all the relevant information regarding the claims process. In addition to this online guide, we have supplied some additional materials that we believe could be of use. From the city council, local authority, to Redbridge hospitals, all of the relevant links and information is located down below.
Our Panel Of Doctors Covering Redbridge
If you wish to make a claim for compensation, then you’ll be required to partake in a medical examination. This is a vital role in the claims process, as the examination will produce a report that outlines the severity of your injury, it’s prognosis, and whether you’ll require future treatment. This is a necessary requirement, as the evidence collected will be used when presenting your claim for compensation. We work with a panel of doctors who could cover the area of Redbridge and perform this necessary step. Our panel of doctors covering Redbridge include;
|Colin Marks||Roding Lane South, Redbridge,
|Abhinav Gulihar||91 Clements Rd, Ilford,
King George Hospital
Barley Ln, Goodmayes,
Barking, Havering And Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust
London Borough Of Redbridge Council
255-259 High Rd,
Written by MB.
Edited by CE.