This is an online guide for those who have been affected by the negligence of a third party and wish to make a claim for compensation. In the moments where a third party’s negligence is at fault, they could inflict a variety of injuries, ranging from minor to major, physical to psychological. Our panel of no win no fee solicitors covering Wiltshire have the expertise to handle a number of claims, ranging from whiplash to housing disrepair. But regardless of the circumstances, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team, as they can discuss your potential claim in greater length.
It is worth highlighting that the eligibility of all potential claims could be affected by a specific time limit and each of these time limit can vary. For example, if you pursue a claim for personal injury compensation, your claim could be affected by a personal injury claims time limit. In most cases, this time limit is 3 years of the negligent event, whereas a criminal injury claim time limit is 2 years. It is also worth remembering that a time limit could come into action once injuries caused by negligence, such as PTSD, have been officially diagnosed rather than when the accident occurred.
For more information regarding time limits and to discuss your potential claim in greater detail, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team.
What Is A No Win No Fee Claim?
If you have been injured due to third party negligence, you might pursue a claim for compensation. If that is the case and you have a valid claim, a solicitor from our panel may offer you a no win no fee agreement. An agreement of this nature may also be referred to as a Conditional Fee Agreement (CFA). In simple terms, a CFA acts as a contract between the solicitor and the claimant.
A no win no fee agreement outlines the payment aspect of a claim, stating that the claimant will pay a success fee if the solicitor attains a settlement. The success fee is capped by law at 25% and will be subsidized form the final settlement. However, if a solicitor accepts a valid claim but fails to win a settlement, then the no win no fee agreement reduces the threat to claimant’s finances.
For more information regarding no win no fee, please click here.
Choose Your No Win No Fee Service Or Accident Claim
- No Win No Fee Wiltshire Traffic And Car Accident Claims
- Can You Claim For Injury Or Illness Caused By Medical Malpractice?
- Claim Compensation If Injured At Work In Wiltshire
- No Win No Fee Holiday Injury Claims
- Wiltshire Violent Crime And Abuse Victim Compensation Claims
- Other Common Kinds Of Personal Injury Claim
- Can I Still Claim For A Mis Sold Pension Or Investment?
- Claiming An Unprotected Or Withheld Tenancy Deposit Back
- Wiltshire Area Housing Disrepair Claims
- How To Begin A Wiltshire Area Claim
- Resources For Wiltshire Area Claimants
There are many factors that could contribute to a road related incident, but in some cases, the negligence of a third party could be at fault. If you have been involved in a Wiltshire road traffic accident caused by a third party, then you could have grounds to make a claim for compensation. In most cases, there is a variety of injuries people experience when involved in a road traffic accident. However, the Reported Road Casualties stated that 49% of claims between 2016 to 2018 were in relation to whiplash.
Examples of road-related negligence may include;
- Aggressive Driving
- Distracted Driving
- Driving Under The Influence
- Failure To Uphold The Highway Code
So if you have been injured or suffered due to the negligence of another road user, then you could have grounds to make a Wiltshire car accident claim. For more information regarding road traffic accidents, please click here.
When you visit a medical professional, you inherently expect a high standard of treatment. After all, medical professionals such as doctors, dentist, and nurses are held to a high code of ethics that requires them to consider the patients’ health, well-being, and dignity. But despite the measures that have been set in place, there are some scenarios in which a medical professional could inflict injury or suffering onto a patient. If that is the case and you’ve experienced an injury or suffering, you might be wondering: “Can you claim for medical malpractice?”
Our panel of solicitors could handle claims in relation to:
- Prescription Errors (causing injury or the worsening of a condition)
- Delayed Diagnosis
- Dental Negligence
- Surgical Blunders
- GP Negligence
Our panel of no win no fee solicitors could present a claim against a practitioner who operates from a private facility if they guaranteed a specific outcome/standard in care that never came to fruition. Our panel could also present a claim against an NHS Trust if you experienced an injury or suffering during their care.
For more information regarding medical negligence claims, please click here.
If you are looking for a solicitor to handle an injury at work compensation claim, No Win No Fee Expert could be of service. An employer has a direct and legal responsibility to ensure their workforce are greeted with a safe and hazard-free environment. To do so, there are methods they can perform that will help outline any hazardous causes ahead of time. If this crucial obligation isn’t performed, then it could cause a workplace accident, causing a variety of injuries and suffering.
Common examples may include:
- Routine Inspections
- Risk Assessments
A failure to comply with this lawful obligation could result in a work-related accident, inflicting serious injury or harm onto the employee. If that occurs, then the employee could have grounds to make a claim for compensation. In the event of a workplace accident, Citizen’s Advice has provided some crucial steps that could be of use. You can read these steps here.
There are millions of people who travel each and every year, and in most cases, these vacations will run smoothly and run issues will arise. However, there are some scenarios in which the negligence of a third party (such as an airline) could inflict an injury or suffering. If that is the case, then you might be searching for a solicitor who could handle a holiday injury claim for compensation. Here at No Win No Fee Expert, we work with a panel of solicitors who are well versed in UK and international law, meaning they could handle your claim and provide you with guidance and support throughout the claims process.
If you have been injured during a package holiday, then you could have grounds to make a claim. In order to make a claim of this nature, you must have been injured during a specific component of your package holiday that was predetermined. For example, if the package holiday included a flight and accommodation, and during your stay you became injured (due to negligence), then you could have grounds to make a claim against the tour operator. You could not make a claim against the tour operator if you were injured outside the confines of your package holiday, as this is technically considered an international claim for compensation.
For more information regarding holiday injury claims, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team. They can discuss your claim in greater detail and outline whether you have an eligible claim.
If you have been a blameless victim of a violent crime, then you might be searching for 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 support, guidance, and legal advice.
If you have been affected by a violent crime, then you may have experienced a variety of injuries, ranging from minor to major, physical to psychological. If that is the case, then a financial settlement could be extremely beneficial to your recovery. Although a settlement cannot erase the suffering you have experienced, it could cover any medical expenses, therapy costs, rehabilitation, or simply cover the loss of financial earnings. Our panel of solicitors could present a claim for compensation to the Criminal Injury Compensation Authority (CICA).
In addition to the claims that have been listed above, our panel of no win no fee solicitors have the expertise to handle claims relating to slips, trips and falls. The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has previously outlined that a slip and fall incident is predominantly caused by three common factors. These include:
- Design and Maintenance
A claim of this nature can be extremely complex, as there are many factors that need to be considered. For example, the location of the incident could play a big role in your potential claim. Depending on the location of the incident, a slip and fall claim could be brought against private landowners, the city council, or business owners, so having evidence is a crucial component when making a claim of this nature. Having evidence that displays a specific party at fault will help strengthen your (potential) claim and provide a clear understanding of whether you are eligible for compensation. So if you have been injured due to a slip, trip or fall and wish to make a personal injury claim, please contact a member of our team to begin your claim.
If you sought the advice of a financial advisor that resulted in a financial loss, then you might be wondering: “Can I still claim for mis-sold pension?” When seeking the expertise of a financial advisor, they are required by law to be honest, factual, and outline all the relevant information before a financial decision has been made. Therefore, a financial advisor should discuss hidden fees, additional costs, financial risks, and alternative options.
If a financial advisor has failed to highlight these crucial steps, it could inflict a financial loss. If that occurs, then the customer could have grounds to make a claim for compensation. It is worth highlighting that you must have experienced a final loss in order to make a claim.
A tenancy deposit plays a significant role in the renting process, as it acts as a mutual bond between the landlord and the tenant. Once the landlord has received the deposit, there is a law set in place that prohibits them from using it as additional income. Instead, they are required to put the deposit into a government-backed scheme within 30 days. When a tenancy agreement comes to its end, the tenant will presumably expect their deposit to be returned in the legal timeframe of 10 days. However, a landlord will only return the deposit on the grounds that the tenant has:
- Paid Bills On Time
- Met The Obligations Within The Tenancy Agreement
- Left The Property In Good Condition
If you have successfully completed all of these obligations, then your landlord should return your deposit. However, if a landlord fails to return a deposit with valid reason, then the tenant could have grounds when claiming a tenancy deposit back. The tenant may also have grounds if the landlord has failed to follow these rules outlined by Shelter:
- Project The Deposit Throughout The Tenancy
- Provide The Tenant With Written Confirmation
- Place The Deposit Into A Government Backed Scheme
As a tenant in a rented property, you have an obligation to inform the landlord if the property falls into disrepair. Without being informed, the landlord cannot tend to the disrepair accordingly, which could cause an injury, illness, or financial loss that could have been prevented. Without being informed, the landlord will be immune to any liability if the tenant becomes injured, as they hadn’t been officially informed of the housing disrepair. Common examples of housing disrepair:
- Water Damage
- Electrical Hazards
- Structural Defects
If a landlord has officially been notified of the housing disrepair but has failed to act, this could cause a series of issues. If that is the case and the tenant becomes injured, then they could have grounds to make a claim for compensation.
If you have been affected by the negligence of a third party, you might be searching for a now in no fee solicitor covering Wiltshire. 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, which means they can discuss your claim in great length and provide guidance and support. If you wish to make a claim for compensation, a no win no fee solicitor covering Wiltshire could be of assistance.
To begin a claim, please contact one of our expert advisors, as they can offer you free legal advice of no obligation. The number to call is 0800 073 8802. They are available 24 hours a day, 7 day days a week. Alternatively, you could enquire online and a member of our team will review your submission and contact you as soon as possible.
We sincerely hope that this online guide has successfully outlined the claims process in great detail. In addition to this online guide, we have provided some additional materials that we believe could be of use. From the local police in Wiltshire to the city council, you can find all of the relevant information and applicable links down below.
Our Panel Of Doctors Covering Wiltshire
If you have been affected by the negligence of a third party, you may wish to make a claim for compensation. In order to make a claim, you will be required to partake in a medical examination. This is a necessary step within the evidence collection process, as the examination will outline the severity of your injury, whistling outlining its prognosis and whether you’ll require future treatment.
We work with an accomplished and unbiased panel of doctors who could perform this necessary examination. They might not be based in your local area, but the doctors from our panel who could cover the area of Wiltshire include;
|Alba Sanchez Mascunano||2 Wood Street, Bath,
|Louise Whyte||Afron House Chiropractic Clinic
34 Rollerstone Street,
Salisbury District Hospital
Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust
Written by M.L.
Edited by H.E.