Have you experienced an injury that was caused by a negligent third-party? Are you searching for a solicitor to handle a personal injury claim? Here at No Win No Fee Expert, we could connect claimants with no win no fee solicitors covering Washington Tyne and Wear. Whether you have been affected by housing disrepair, medical negligence, or mis sold a financial product, our panel of no win no fee solicitors have the expertise to handle a variety of claims and assist claimants throughout the legal process.
When making a claim for compensation it is important to note that there is a time limit and it can vary, so we would recommend that you speak with one of our advisers who can discuss your circumstances in greater details and confirm with you which time limit applies to your case.
What Is No Win No Fee?
When suffering at the hands of third party negligence, and awarded settlement could provide the affected individual with financial assurance during the recovery process. However, some people could be intimidated by the legal bills that are associated when making a claim, but there is an arrangement such as a no win no fee agreement that could be extremely beneficial.
If you have experienced negligence and wish to start a claim, solicitors from our panel could offer claimants a no win no fee agreement when handling their case. Upon the grounds that you have a valid and eligible claim, a no win no fee arrangement (often referred as a Conditional Fee Agreement) could reduce the threat to claimant’s finances and provide them with access to legal and expert advice. If a solicitor accepts your case but fails to attain an awarded settlement, a no win no fee agreement protects the claimant from additional costs, as they will not be charged for the services the solicitor has provided. For more information regarding the no win no fee policy, please click here.
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- Compensation For Traffic Accidents In Washington Tyne And Wear
- No Win No Fee Tyne And wear Medical Negligence Claims
- Injuries At Work In Washington Tyne And Wear
- Holiday Accident And Illness No Win No Fee Claims
- Criminal Injuries Compensation For Assault Or Abuse
- Different No Win No Fee Accident Claims
- Financial Services Mis-Selling Compensation Claims
- Washington Rental Deposit Dispute Compensation Claims
- Disrepair In Rented Housing In Washington
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- Information For Claimants In The Washington Area
A road traffic accident is an extremely common occurrence and could include a variety of vehicles. In some cases, there is possibility that the negligence of a third-party could be a contributing factor to a road traffic accident. If so, you may have grounds to claim for compensation and our panel of no win no fee solicitors could be of assistance.
When incidents on the road occur, the affected individual may experience an array of injuries, ranging from minor to major. Not only could your physical health be affected by a road traffic accident, but you may also experience a loss in finances and psychological suffering. In the event you experience an injury that was caused by third-party negligence (such as whiplash), you might have grounds to make a claim for compensation.
Common factors of a road traffic accident may include;
- Distracted driving
- Aggressive driving
- Failure to uphold the Highway Code
- Driving under the influence
The Reported Road Casualties Annual Report highlighted that the number in road traffic casualties within the UK had decreased between the years of 2016/17. But despite the decrease in claims being made, road traffic accidents still remained the most common. So if you have been experienced an injury caused by a negligent driver, a solicitor from our panel could handle your claim. To start a traffic accident in Washington Tyne and Wear claim for compensation, please contact our team today.
When visiting a medical professional, whether it in relation to a concerning symptom, a surgery, or simple check-up, you presume that you expect to be treated with a high quality of care. After all, there are procedures set in place that ensure patient safety is the number one priority. However, there are circumstances where third party negligence could ensue, causing injury or harm that could have been prevented. If this occurs, the affected individual could be left with life-altering implications that affect their physical health, psychological well-being, and in some circumstances, negligence could affect their ability to earn a living or take care of themselves.
Our panel of solicitors could handle claims against negligent individuals who operate out of private medical centres. Alternately, they could present a claim against an NHS Trust if you have been neglectfully injured under their care. Potential cases that our panel could handle may include;
- Avoidable birth-related injury
- Surgical errors
- Amputation negligence
- Dental negligence
If you wish to discover more information regarding medical negligence claims, please click here.
An employer has a legal and ethical sense of responsibility when it comes to workplace safety. To prevent workplace hazards before they occur, there are a variety of methods and procedures an employer can perform. Common examples that could be used include risk assessments, routine inspections and housekeeping. These particular measures can help highlight and prevent work-related accidents ahead of time, and they are often considered cost-effective methods. However, if an employer neglects this crucial obligation, a work-related accident could occur.
When accidents in the workplace transpire, they can be a life-altering event. Not only could an employee’s health and well-being be affected, but their potential to earn a living could be significantly hindered. According to statistics provided by the Health and Safety Executive, over 28.2 million working days were lost between the years of 2018 to 2019 in relation to work-related illness/injury. Although there are preventive measures set in place, if an employer neglects their duty of care, the affected individual could have grounds to pursue a claim.
If you have experienced an injury in your place of work, there are some potential steps you could consider that have been outlined by Citizen’s Advice. These include;
- Collect witness details.
- Take photographs /video.
- Report the incident to your employer.
Regardless of your location, suffering from a personal injury can be a traumatic circumstance that affects your health, well-being, and personal finances. However, when injuries occur on vacation, the stress and trauma of being somewhere unfamiliar can heighten the overall experience. In some scenarios where holiday accidents happen, they could be triggered by the negligent actions of another individual. If you have experienced negligence during a specific component of your packaged holiday, such as a flight, hotel, or excursion, then you could have grounds to pursue compensation. However, you could NOT make a claim against a tour operator if you experience an injury outside the confines of your packaged holiday.
Claims our panel of no win no fee solicitors could handle may include;
- Airline negligence
- Airport negligence
- Hotel / Accommodation negligence
- Packaged holiday negligence
- Train negligence (including international systems such as the Eurostar).
If you have been the victim of assault or abuse, you could be left with life-altering repercussion that impacts your day-to-day routine. In some scenarios, the victim of a violent crime may experience an assortment of injuries that range from physical to psychological. In cases such as this, the affected individual may require rehabilitation, therapy, or be left with surprise medical expenses. If that is the case, our panel of no win no fee solicitors could help you claim for compensation through the Criminal Injury Compensation Authority (CICA). As with all claims for compensation, they could be affected by a personal injury time limit, so we would recommend that you speak with one of our advisers regarding your potential claim. They can offer you free, legal advice of no obligation and discuss your potential claim in greater length.
In addition to the claims that are listed above, solicitors from our panel could handle slip and trip-related claims if they are caused by third-party negligence. When accidents of this nature occur, the affected individual may experience a variety of injuries, such as broken bones, bruising, or something more sinister. The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) highlighted that there are one of three causes that contribute to a slip, trip or fall. In most scenarios, the HSE outlined that accidents of this nature are caused by;
- Design And Maintenance
Depending on the location of your injury took place, the liability will inherently differ. For example, you may experience an injury that was caused by an uneven walkway, which is neglectful care of the city council. Alternatively, if your mishap was caused by a slippery surface in a restaurant, the owner of the premise could be at fault. Regardless of the location, the owner or body in charge have an obligation to ensure hazardous causes have been prevented. If this responsibility has been neglected and you have experienced an injury, then you might have grounds to pursue a claim.
When seeking the guidance of a financial adviser, they should provide the customer with factual, relevant and unbiased information before they come to a conclusive decision. A financial adviser is unable to persuade, mislead, or misinform the customer throughout the decision process, as this is considered unethical. Prior to any financial decision being made, a consumer should be made aware of any hidden fees, additional costs, financial threats, and alternative choices ahead of time. However, if you sought the expertise of a financial adviser and where mislead, mis sold, or misinformed, you could have grounds to make a claim. In order to make a successful claim for financial mis selling, you must have suffered financially.
If you have contractually met all of the obligations that are outlined within your tenancy agreement, you should receive your deposit within 10 working days of you requesting it back from your landlord. However, if your landlord fails to return your deposit with valid reason/evidence, then you could have grounds to claim it back from them. Our panel of no win no fee solicitors could handle a deposit dispute if your landlord has failed to;
- Insert your deposit into a protection scheme within 30 days.
- Provide you with information regarding your deposits protect.
- Failed to protect your deposit throughout the tenancy duration.
In most cases relating to disrepair, there is a possibility that injury, illness, or financial loss could affect the tenant if the issue is not resolved. Most properties that are rented are owned by a landlord, a housing association, or the city council, and if the owner of the property has failed to fix an issue after being informed by the tenant, this is a breach in their duty of care. If this responsibility has been neglected and injury occurs, the tenant could have grounds to pursue a claim for compensation.
Common examples of housing disrepair that result in avoidable harm being caused could include;
- Structural damage/defects
- Lack of working water
- Lack of heating
In the event of housing disrepair, Justice.gov.uk has outlined a pre-action protocol that could be of use. You can find that information here.
If you have been injured at the hands of third-party negligence, you may have grounds to pursue a claim for compensation. If so, our panel of no win no fee solicitors could assist claimants throughout the legal process and provide you with guidance and support when handling your claim.
You may call us on 0800 073 8802 to speak with a member of our team regarding your claim. Our friendly advisers are always happy to answer any queries that you might have and can offer free legal advice of no obligation. Alternatively, you could enquire online and a member of our team will be in touch.
We sincerely hope that this online guide has successfully outlined the potential claims you could make. In addition to this online guide, we have supplied some extra materials that could be of significant use. You can find these materials down below.
Our Panel Of Doctors Covering Washington
When making a claim for compensation, you will be required to undergo a medical examination performed by an impartial doctor. This medical examination will produce a report that shall outline the severity of your injury and acts as a necessary step within the evidence collection process. Once completed, the report shall also outline your injuries prognosis, whether you will require future treatment, and it shall be used to strengthen your claim for compensation. We work with a panel of doctor who are based closely to the Washington area and could perform this examination. Doctors from our panel include;
|Mohammed Ahmad||Physiotherapy Matters LTD
Arden House, Regent Centre
|Sumeet Vohra||52 HEATON RD,
|Rizwan Shafiq||Sunderland Regus Office,
4 Admiral Way,
Doxford International Businesss Park,
Sunderland Royal Hospital
South Tyneside And Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust
Tyne and Wear,
Sunderland City Council
Middle Engine Ln,
Wallsend, Tyne and Wear,
Written by ML
Edited by CE.