If you have been affected by the negligence of a third party, then you might be searching for a no win no fee solicitor covering Worcestershire to handle your claim. If that is the case, then No Win No Fee Expert could connect you with one. We work with a panel of solicitors who have the experience and knowledge to handle a wide variety of claims. Whether you have been affected by whiplash, as a result, of a car accident in Worcestershire, our panel of solicitors could handle your claim and provide you with support and guidance along the way.
It is worth highlighting that all claims for compensation could be directly affected by a time limit. For example, if you pursue a personal injury claim, then it could be affected by a personal injury claims time limit. In most cases, a claim of this nature should be started within 3 years of the negligent event occurring or alternatively, it comes into action once 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, as they can discuss this topic in greater length.
How You Could Make A No Win No Fee Claim
If you have been affected by the negligent actions of a third party, then you might be searching for a solicitor who could handle your claim. If that is the case, then a solicitor from our panel could offer those with a valid claim a no win no fee agreement. It may also be referred to as a Conditional Fee Agreement, and in simple terms, is a signed, mutual agreement between the solicitors and the claimant.
In the event a solicitor is successful in attaining a settlement, then the claimant will be required to pay a success fee. This fee is subsidised from the final settlement and acts as payment for the services that have been provided. By law, the fee is capped at 25%, but this can be discussed with your solicitor upon meeting. In the event, a solicitor fails to attain a settlement after accepting a claim, the no win no fee agreement reduces the threat to the claimant’s finances.
For more information regarding no win no fee agreements, please click here. Or alternatively, you could speak with one of our advisors, as they can discuss this topic in greater detail.
Choose Your No Win No Fee Service Or Accident Claim
- No Win No Fee Claims For Traffic Accidents In Worcestershire
- No Win No Fee Hospital, Doctor Or Other Medical Negligence Claims
- No Win No Fee Claims For Injuries After A Work Accident
- No Win No Fee Holiday Compensation Claims
- No Win No Fee Worcestershire Criminal Injury Compensation Claims
- Additional Worcestershire Area Accident Claims
- Mis Sold Finance And Pension Claims
- What Is Tenant Deposit Protection And When Could I Claim?
- Worcestershire Area Housing Disrepair Claims
- How To Claim Compensation With A No Win No Fee Solicitor
- Worcestershire Area Resources
There are many factors that could contribute to a traffic accident in Worcestershire, and in some scenarios, a negligent driver could be at fault. According to the Reported Roadside Casualties document of 2018, there were 165,100 casualties of all severities. Within that same report, it also outlines that 49% of claims made between the years 2016 to 2018 were made in relation to whiplash. So if you have involved in a car accident in Worcestershire, then you could have grounds to make a claim for compensation. Our panel of no win no fee solicitors could handle a claim if you a road user was;
- Distracted Whilst Driving
- Driving Under The Influence
- Crossing The Road At An Incorrect Location
- Failing To Uphold The Highway Code
For more information regarding claims of this nature, please click here. Alternatively, you could contact a member of our team, as they can offer free legal advice of no obligation.
When visiting a medical professional, whether this is in relation to a prescription, a concerning symptom, or with regards to surgery, there is an underlying element of trust. In many cases, this trust is directly related to the high code of ethics that medical professionals are required to uphold, which has been outlined by the General Medical Council. However, there are circumstances in which a medical professional could deviate from the standards in care, inflict injury or suffering that could’ve been avoided. If that is the case and you have been affected by medical negligence, then our panel of no win no fee solicitors could handle claims relating to;
- Hospital Doctor Negligence
- Surgical Errors Amputation Negligence
- Avoidable Birth-related injury
- Dental Negligence GP Errors
So if you have been affected by negligent treatment and wish to make a claim, our panel of no win no fee solicitors could present a claim against a practitioner who operates from a private facility. Or alternatively, they could handle an NHS compensation no win no fee claim. For more information regarding medical negligence claims, please click here.
An employer has a responsibility to uphold the integrity of the workplace, ensuring that hazards have been prevented wherever possible. To confirm workplace safety has been achieved, there are procedures an employer could perform. For example, an employer could;
- Perform Risk Assessments
- Perform Routine Inspections
- Use Effective Housekeeping Techniques
- Provide Applicable Training
In most cases, these procedures should outline potential hazards ahead of time, allowing the employer to respond in the correct manner. However, despite the measures that have been set in place, there are scenarios in which an employer could negligent their duty. If this occurs and an incident ensues, then the affected party could have grounds to make a claim for compensation. In the event of a workplace accident, Citizens Advice has provided some steps that could benefit and strengthen your potential claim. These include;
- Seek Medical Attention (if needed)
- Take Photographic Evidence
- Report The Incident To Your Place of Work
- Collect Witness Details
There are millions of people who travel every year, and in many cases, these expeditions will run effortlessly. However, there are some scenarios where a holiday could be affected by the negligent actions of a third party, inflicting injury or suffering onto a holidaymaker. If that is the case, then a solicitor from our panel could handle such claims and provide guidance and support throughout the legal process.
When travelling abroad, there are various forms of transportation people can use. However, one of the most popular is travelling via air. When travelling with an airline, there is a certain level of trust that is expected of the airline, as they are responsible for your safety, being punctual and your luggage. These requirements where outlined by the Montreal Convention (1999), which holds airlines responsible and created a sense of accountability. If you have been affected by negligence whilst travelling, whether your flight was delayed, you were injured, or your luggage was lost or damaged, then you could have grounds to make a claim. Our panel of no win no fee solicitors are well versed in UK and International law, which means they could handle your potential claim.
If you have been the victim of a violent crime or sexual assault, then you may have experienced life-altering repercussions to your physical and psychological health. If that is the case, then you might pursue a claim for compensation to rectify the damages inflicted. Although an awarded settlement cannot erase the suffering you have experienced, it could provide financial aid throughout the recovery process.
If you choose to work with No Win No Fee Expert, then a solicitor from our panel could handle your claim and present it to the Criminal Injury Compensation Authority (CICA). However, it is worth remembering that a claim of this nature could be affected by a criminal injury claims time limit. In most cases, a claim of this nature should be made within 2 years of the negligent event, however, there are exceptions in some cases of historical sexual abuse. For more information regarding the applicable time limit, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team.
In addition to the claims that have been listed above, our panel of solicitors could handle an asbestos-related claim. Asbestos is known to be a serious factor in the cause of cancer known as Mesothelioma. In most cases, it can have a serious effect on the body, impacting vital organs, but most commonly, the lungs. If you believe that a third party could have prevented your exposure to asbestos, then you could have grounds to make a claim against them.
In order to make a claim of this nature, you will need to obtain a report that indicates you are currently suffering from an asbestos-related illness. You will also need to provide some evidence that links your exposure to asbestos and the condition of your health to the party that is at fault. For example, if your employer is at fault, then you’d need evidence that proves their liability. You can read more information regarding asbestos claims here.
When making a financial decision, it is understandable to seek out the expertise of a financial advisor. After all, financial services such as mortgage and pensions can be extremely intimidating, so it’s logical to equip yourself with knowledge before making a final decision. When seeking the guidance of an advisor, they are bound by the law to provide honest and factual information, meaning that they cannot missell or mislead the customer in any way. Therefore, you should be informed of any financial risk, hidden costs, or alternative options ahead of time.
If you have suffered a financial loss due to the guidance of a financial advisor, then you might be searching for a solicitor who could handle your mis-sold finance claim. If that is the case, then please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team. Our panel of no win no fee solicitors have the expertise and know-how to handle claims of this nature, meaning they could provide support and guidance throughout the legal process.
When signing a contract to become a tenant, you will inherently provide a deposit to your landlord. This payment acts as a mutual arrangement between the landlord and you the tenant. It is outlined within the law that a landlord cannot use the deposit money as a secondary income, instead, they must submit the deposit into a government-backed scheme.
As a tenant, you will presumably expect your deposit to be returned within the legal timeframe of 10 days of agreeing that the tenancy has ended. However, a landlord will only return deposits on the grounds that a tenant has;
- Paid Bills On Time
- Left The Property In Good Condition
- Successfully Completed The Tasks Outlined Within The Tenancy Agreement
If you have successfully met all of the obligations outlined within the tenancy agreement, then your deposit should be returned in due course. However, if a landlord fails to return your deposit with valid reasoning, then you could have grounds to make a claim.
You may also have grounds to make a claim if a landlord has failed to complete the provisions by Shelter. They state that a landlord must;
- 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 a direct responsibility to inform a landlord if the property falls into disrepair. Without the landlord being officially informed, the disrepair could go unresolved, leaving the potential to inflict illness, injury, or financial loss onto the tenant. With being notified, then the landlord is not liable for the repercussions that befall onto the tenant. However, if a landlord fails to uphold this legal and ethical obligation, then a claim could be brought against them.
Our panel of no win no fee solicitors could handle a disrepair claim you have been affected by;
- Defective Boiler
- Flooding / Water Damage
- Electrical Hazzard
- Structural Defects
If you are a tenant in a rented property, then it might be worth reading the Pre-Action Protocol for housing disrepair. The document outlines some relevant and enlightening information that could be of use.
If you have been affected by the negligence of a third party, you might be wondering how you could start a claim for compensation. If that is the case, then why don’t you contact a member of our team? Our phone lines are free to call, and our friendly advisors are available 24 hours a day, 7 day days a week. They can offer you free legal advice of no obligation, meaning they are able to answer any questions that you might have.
We sincerely hope that this online guide has been useful in outlining the potential claims our panel of solicitors could handle. In addition to this guide, we have supplied some additional materials that we believe could be of use. From local hospitals to our panel of doctors, all of this information and the relevant links can be located down below.
Our Panel Of Doctors Covering Worcestershire
If you have been affected by the negligent actions of a third party, then you may pursue a claim for compensation. If that is the case, then you will be required to partake in a necessary medical examination. Upon completion, the examination will outline the severity of your injury, whilst also highlighting whether you will require future treatment. We work with a panel of doctors who could cover the area of Worcestershire and perform the examination.
The doctors from our panel include;
|Zahir Ali||Worcester Natural Therapy Centre
36 The Tything, Worcester,
|Alba Sanchez Mascunano||Gresham Road Worcester,
Worcestershire Royal Hospital
Charles Hastings Way,
Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Worcestershire Royal Hospital,
Charles Hastings Way, Worcester,
Worcestershire County Council
Worcestershire County Council
West Mercia Police
Written by ML.
Edited by CE.