If you have suffered or have been injured due to the negligence of a third party, then you might be searching for a no win no fee solicitor to handle your claim. If that is the case, then No Win No Fee Expert could connect you with a solicitor who is best suited to handle your claim. Whether you have suffered due to medical malpractice or have been the unfortunate victim of a violent crime, our panel of no win no fee solicitors covering Tipton have the expertise to handle your potential claim.
This online guide will explore the different cases that our panel of solicitors could handle, but it is worth noting that all potential claims for compensation could be affected by a time limit. For example, a personal injury claims time limit is typically 3 years, meaning a claim of this nature should begin within 3 years of the negligent event. In some cases, the 3-year time limit may also come into action once injuries caused by negligence, such as PTSD, have been officially diagnosed. In comparison, a criminal injury compensation claim should commence within 2 years of the event in order for it to be successful. Therefore, we would recommend that you speak with one of our advisors, as they can discuss your potential claim in greater detail and outline whether your claim meets the applicable time limit.
How Will My No Win No Fee Claim Work?
If you have been affected by the negligent actions of a third party, then you might have grounds to pursue a claim for compensation. If you pursue a claim and you choose to work with a solicitor from our panel, they could offer claimants (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 (CFA). In simple terms, it acts as an arrangement between the solicitor and the claimant. If a solicitor accepts your claim and is successful, they will take a ‘’success fee’ from the final settlement. In the event your solicitor accepts a (valid) claim but fails to win a settlement, then the no win no fee agreement can reduce the threat to claimants finances.
You can discover more information regarding no win no fee claims here. If you have any questions regarding a no win no fee agreement, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team.
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- No Win No Fee Solicitors For Medical Claims
- I Had An Injury At Work Can I Claim Compensation?
- No Win No Fee Holiday Accident Claims
- Can I Claim For Assault Or Another Criminal Injury?
- More No Win No Fee Injury Claims
- Mis Sold Annuity, Pension Or Investment Claims
- Claiming For A Tenancy Deposit Which Is Withheld Or Unprotected
- Compensation For Poor Conditions And Housing Disrepair
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- Tipton Area Information
If you have been involved in a car accident in Tipton, then you might have experienced a variety of injuries, ranging from minor to major, physical to psychological. In the year of 2018, it was stated by the Reported Road Casualties in Great Britain that there were 160,597 road-related casualties of all severities. In some scenarios, the negligence of a third party road user could be at fault, inflicting damages that could have been prevented. If that is the case, then a solicitor from our panel could be of service to handle your potential claim.
Common examples of road-related negligence could include:
- Aggressive Driving
- Driving Under The Influence
- Failing To Uphold The Highway Code
If you have experienced an injury (such as whiplash) due to a negligent road user, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team. Our expert and friendly advisors can discuss your potential claim in greater detail and outline how our panel of solicitors could handle your whiplash or car accident claim.
When visiting a medical professional, whether in relation to a concerning symptom or a routine check-up, you expect a high standard of care and treatment. After all, medical practitioners are held to a high code of ethics that is outlined by the General Medical Council. They state that medical professionals should “protect and promote the health of patients”, and in doing so, they should be mindful of the patient’s dignity, safety, and comfort.
In the moments where a medical professional deviates from reasonably expected standards in care, they could inflict an injury and/or suffering that could have been otherwise avoided. A no win no fee solicitor from our panel handling a medical claim could assist those who have been affected by”
- Surgical Blunders
- Dental Negligence
- Avoidable Birth-Related Injuries
- Prescription Errors
Our panel of no win no fee solicitors covering Tipton could assist those who have been affected by the negligence of a medical professional. They could present a claim against an individual professional who operates through a private facility, or alternatively, they could present a claim against an NHS Trust who has been negligent.
Your employer has a direct responsibility to prevent hazardous causes to the best of their ability. To do so, there are preventative methods they can perform that will help highlight and prevent hazardous causes ahead of time. Examples may include:
- Regular Housekeeping
- Provide The Relevant Training
- Provide Safety Gear
- Routine Inspections
- Risk Assessments
If you have suffered from an injury at work, you might be wondering ‘Can I claim for compensation?’ If an employer neglects their duty of care, this is considered a breach in their obligation to workplace safety. If this occurs, it could cause a work-related accident that could have been avoided. In the event this occurs, the affected employee could have grounds to make a claim for compensation against the negligent employer and our panel of no win no fee solicitors have the expertise to assist those wanting to make an accident at work claim for compensation.
When you experience an injury caused by negligence, it can be a surprising, costly, and an unexpected experience. Not only could your health and well-being be seriously affected, but your finances may also be impacted. So when an injury occurs on holiday, all of these factors can be heightened and potentially ruin the overall experience. If this occurs, then a solicitor from our panel could potentially handle your no win no fee holiday accident claim.
If you have been injured during a boat trip due to negligence, then you could have grounds to make a claim for compensation through the Athens Convention. The Athens Convention was created in order to establish a certain level of liability when holidaymakers travel via sea. So if a ship carrying passengers was to be involved in a shipwreck, capsizing, collision, or there was a defect, fire, or explosion on the ship, the passengers who had been affected could make a claim for compensation.
If you have been affected by negligence whilst on holiday, a solicitor from our panel could assist you when making a claim. Here at No Win No Fee Expert, we work with a panel of solicitors who are well versed in both UK and International law, meaning they could provide you with legal advice and assist you throughout the claims process.
If you have been the unfortunate victim of a violent crime, then you might pursue a claim for compensation. After all, those who have been affected by a violent crime could be left with life-altering repercussions to their physical and psychological health. When a violent crime occurs, the affected party may require therapy, rehabilitation, or time to adjust to life after a violent crime. If that is the case, then a solicitor from our panel could assist those affected by violent crime in presenting a claim through the Criminal Injury Compensation Authority (CICA). Although an awarded settlement cannot erase the mental distress and suffering you have experienced, it could provide financial comfort during the recovery process.
In order to make a successful claim for criminal injury compensation, the crime must have been reported to the police. Once this crucial step has been achieved, then a solicitor from our panel could handle your claim.
In addition to the claims that have been listed above, our panel could assist those who wish to make a claim for a slip and fall accident. According to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), there are three common factors that influence a slip or fall accident. In most cases, a walkway, irregular housekeeping, and poor design and maintenance are the three common contributors to a slip or fall. Although there are preventive measures to highlight and fix hazardous causes, if a third party neglects their duty to fix an issue, then this could cause an accident.
In the moments where a third party is at fault, our expert panel could make a claim against the liable party. However, it is worth noting that a slip or fall could be caused by a variety of parties, such as the private landowners, business owners (such as restaurants) and the local government. So if a slip or fall accident was caused by the negligent actions of another, then our panel of no win no fee solicitors could assist those who wish to make a personal injury claim.
If you are looking to purchase a financial product, such as a mortgage, a pension, or an investment, you have the right to explore your options to ensure you’re getting the best possible deal. In some scenarios, you might consider professional advice on your financial purchase, and many people turn to the expertise of a financial advisor.
A financial advisor should always provide the customer with the relevant information regarding the financial product in question. However, there are circumstances in which you could be mis-sold a financial product and the advisor could be at fault. So if you have experienced a financial loss due to the mis-selling of a financial product, then you could have an eligible claim for compensation.
When an occupant comes to the end of their tenancy agreement, they should receive their deposit within the legal timeframe and be notified by their landlord. However, they will only receive their deposit on the grounds that they have left the property in good condition, paid their bills on time, and have met the principles within the tenancy agreement. But in the event a landlord fails to return a deposit, mishandles or cannot provide solid grounds for withholding the deposit, then the tenant could make a claim against them. A claim could be made against a landlord if they:
- Fail To Protect The Deposit
- Fail To Insert The Deposit Into a Government-Backed Scheme
A solicitor from our expert panel could assist claimants in attaining a settlement that is one to three times the deposits original amount. Therefore, if you believe your landlord has neglectfully withheld your or stored your deposit, please contact a member of our team today. They can provide you with expert advice and help you begin your claim for a tenancy deposit.
If you rent a property that has fallen into disrepair, then you as the tenant have an obligation to make the owner of the property aware of the issue. Most rented properties are owned by private landlords, a housing association, or the city council, and it is within their responsibility to fix a disrepair accordingly. Once notified of a disrepair, it is then within the owner’s responsibilities to fix the matter before the disrepair can cause an injury, illness, or a financial loss for the tenant. But if the homeowner has been notified of the disrepair and has failed to act accordingly, then the impacted tenant could have grounds to make a claim.
Common examples of disrepair may involve;
- Mould /Damp
- Flooding / Water Damage
- Defective Boiler / Lack of Heating
- Insufficient Water System
- Structural Defects
If you are a tenant in a rented property, it could be beneficial if you familiarise yourself with the housing disrepair pre-action protocol. It outlines some relevant information and could be extremely useful.
If you have been the unfortunate victim of third party negligence, you might wish to make a claim for compensation. Understandably, when people have been affected by negligence and want to start a claim, they might have questions or confusion. If that is the case, then please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team.
Our expert and friendly advisors can offer free legal advice of no obligation, meaning they can answer any questions that you might have and discuss your potential claim in greater detail. If you wish to speak with an advisor, the number to call is 0800 073 8802. Alternatively, you could enquire online and a member of our team will be in touch.
We sincerely hope that this online guide has provided the reader with some clarity and has successfully answered all of your questions. In addition to this online guide, we have supplied some extra materials that we believe could be of use. Below you will discover the postcodes and relevant links for Tipton’s local hospitals, NHS Trusts, local authority and the city council.
Our Panel Of Doctors Covering Tipton
When making a claim for compensation, there is a necessary step that requires claimants to undergo a medical examination. The examination shall produce a report that explores the severity of your injury, its prognosis, and it shall outline whether you will require future/additional treatment. The examination acts as a crucial step in the evidence collection process, and the information collected shall be used when presenting your claim for compensation.
We work with a panel of doctors who could cover the area of Tipton who could perform the examination. The doctors from our panel include;
|Bhaskar Appanna||1A Parsons Street Dudley,
|Saeed Malik||Meeting Room at Village Hotel, Castlegate Park
Birmingham Road, Dudley,
|David McCollum (MedCo GP)||Birmingham Road,
The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust
Russells Hall Hospital,
Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council
Sandwell Council House,
West Midlands Police
Lower Church Ln,
Written by M.B.
Edited by H.E.