Wrexham No Win No Fee Solicitors – Compensation Claims Compare And Review Guide

No Win No Fee Solicitors Wrexham

No Win No Fee Solicitors Wrexham

If you’ve been unfortunate enough to suffer from somebody else’s negligence, then it may be possible for you to seek compensation using a no win no fee solicitor for your suffering. It could for a personal injury claim, for the mis-selling of a financial product or even for an injury abroad. In this guide, we’ll look specifically at how no win no fee solicitors covering Wrexham could help you seek compensation. We’ll demonstrate the types of claim they could help with and what evidence you need to support your claim.

Our expert advisors can assess your claim for free and provide advice about how to progress your claim. While we are a nationwide company, we could connect you with one of our panel of no win no fee solicitors who can handle Wrexham claims. If you’d like to discuss your claim for free today, please call 0800 073 8802.

For more information about how solicitors covering the Wrexham area could help you claim compensation, please continue reading.

What Can I Use A No Win No Fee Agreement For ?

Making a claim through no win no fee services can be attractive to clients as it may reduce the financial risks associated with a personal injury claim. In order to make a valid claim, the solicitor will need to demonstrate how somebody else caused you to suffer before offering a no win no fee claim. For instance, you’ll need to show that:

  • You suffered a loss or injury.
  • It was caused by somebody else’s negligence.
  • They owed you a duty of care.

You’ll also need to make sure your claim is made within the relevant time limit. The personal injury claims time limit is currently 3-years from the date of any accident or injury diagnosis. Other claims have different time limits so please contact us to check if you’re able to claim.

When both parties are happy, the solicitor will provide a Conditional Fee Agreement (CFA). This is a no win no fee contract which sets out in writing that the client won’t pay their solicitor’s legal fees unless compensation is awarded. The CFA will explain that if the solicitor is successful, then a ‘success fee’ will be deducted from the compensation (a maximum of 25% is allowed).

Choose Your No Win No Fee Service Or Accident Claim

Compensation For Road And Traffic Accidents In Wrexham

If a traffic accident in Wrexham causes an injury and was caused by another road user, it may be possible for you to claim compensation for any injuries. The main problem with road traffic accidents (or RTAs) is that evidence of what happened can be moved very quickly. Therefore, we recommend that you:

  • Photograph the scene of the accident before anything is removed.
  • Ask witnesses for their details and ask for copies of any dashcam footage.
  • Seek medical treatment for your injuries.
  • Photograph any visible injuries you have.
  • Swap details with the other road user without admitting liability for the accident.

Then, when you have the evidence, you could make a claim for injuries such as broken bones, head injuries, back injuries, whiplash, or cuts and lacerations. If you’d like free advice about claiming for a road accident in Wrexham, call us today.

Medical Negligence Solicitors Handling Claims In Wrexham

If you are made ill or sustain an injury because of substandard treatment by a medical professional, you could use medical negligence solicitors covering Wrexham to claim compensation.

Such cases can be difficult to prove and require complex medical evidence. Therefore, we always recommend using a solicitor with experience and knowledge of such claims. It may be possible to make a medical negligence claim for:

  • Pain caused by an anaesthetic error.
  • Damage caused during cosmetic, dental or medical surgery.
  • Side effects caused by incorrect medicine being prescribed.
  • If your illness becomes worse because a misdiagnosis caused a delay in treatment.
  • Illnesses caused by hospital super bugs.
  • Avoidable injuries sustained during childbirth.

Wrexham Work Injury Compensation Claims

A personal injury solicitor could help you claim compensation if your employer was negligent and caused an accident at work. This is because, under the Health and Safety at Work Act (1974), employers need to try to keep staff as safe as possible.

While no workplace will ever be completely risk free, employers need to identify as many risks as possible and make changes, where possible, to reduce any risks. Failure to do so which causes an accident to happen could mean a claim is possible.

You might be able to claim if your injury was caused by:

  • Missing protective equipment.
  • Equipment that’s not fit for purpose.
  • Faulty machinery.
  • A lack of proper training.

If you’d like to discuss whether our panel of no win no fee employment solicitors covering Wrexham could help you claim, speak with an advisor for a free assessment today.

No Win No Fee Injury Abroad Compensation Claims

If you’re injured whilst on holiday or a travel delay causes you financial losses, you could claim compensation against your holiday company that you booked the trip through. You could make a claim against them for parts of the holiday you purchased from them if the accident was caused by negligence. The types of claim you could make include:

  • Food poisoning claims.
  • Package holiday claims.
  • Hotel accidents.
  • Travel injuries on a flight, a cruise, a train (such as Eurostar) or an airport transfer service.
  • Activity-based injury claims.

If your holiday was booked independently or caused by somebody who was not booked by your package holiday provider, you could still claim but the claim would be made using local legal rules rather than UK laws.

How Do I Apply For Crime Victims Compensation?

Although it’s not that well known, if you are the victim of violent crime, you might be able to claim compensation from the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA). This process is particularly useful because a personal injury claim against the criminal can be made even if they’ve never been identified.

A CICA claim can be made for the injuries sustained in the crime and could also include financial losses, such as lost income as a result of the crime.

Because it’s not a typical type of personal injury claim, there are different rules and criteria for claiming. For instance, the time limit is 2-years rather than the standard 3 years and the crime must’ve been reported to police.

If you’d like help beginning a CICA claim, please contact a specialist advisor today.

Are There Other Types Of Accident Claims?

Before moving on to other claims no win no fee solicitors covering Wrexham could help with, we’ll briefly explain about a few more personal injury claims you could make.

Accidents involving slips, trips and falls are some of the most common, especially at work, according to the HSE. If you injure yourself in a fall caused by somebody else’s negligence, you may need to gather evidence to show what happened (e.g. photographs, witness statements and medical records) to help support your claim.

If a child is injured in an accident, they’re not allowed to make a claim themselves. However, the law does allow a parent to claim on their behalf before their 18th birthday. If no claim has been made, an adult who was injured as a child could claim themselves so long as it’s made before they turn 21.

Another type of claim is for accidents in public places. Many such places are the responsibility of the local authority including parks, footpaths and public highways. If the accident was caused by negligence of the local authority, you could claim against them. However, there may be a specific criteria that needs to be met in order to make a valid claim. Contact us today for more information.

Financial Product Mis-Selling Compensation Claims

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) are the body responsible for ensuring consumers get fair advice when purchasing financial products. They have a set of rules that financial advisors need to adhere to when selling products such as:

  • Pensions.
  • Mortgages.
  • Investments.
  • Annuities.

If they fail to follow the regulations properly and you lose out financially as a result, you could seek compensation for your losses. The rules are designed to ensure that you are able to make an informed decision which means the advisor needs to explain everything clearly, including any fees or charges, the terms and conditions, and the risks involved with any product.

Wrexham Tenancy Deposit Compensation Claims

The Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS) was introduced to prevent a landlord from withholding your deposit unfairly. If you’ve damaged your property or not paid your bills, then a TDS could still give your landlord a part or the whole of the deposit for not meeting your contractual obligations as a tenant. But if there’s no good reason, then you should get your deposit back as expected.

You might be able to claim if:

  • The landlord didn’t put the deposit into a government backed scheme within 30 days.
  • If they failed to tell you in writing which scheme had been used.
  • Or if they moved the money out of the scheme before your tenancy ended.

Claim For A Rented Flat Or House In Disrepair

If your rented house is in disrepair, you might be entitled to make a claim against your landlord. That could be a private landlord, a housing association or the local council. If you’ve told them about a defect, or they were aware of one following an inspection, and you are injured by it, made ill or your personal property is damaged because of it after notify the landlord, you could be entitled to make a housing disrepair claim.

The types of defect which could lead to a claim include:

  • Blocked drains.
  • Leaking roofs or pipes.
  • Damp and mould.
  • Broken hot water supplies or heating.
  • Electrical hazards.
  • Structural problems.

How To Start Your Claim

If you’re ready to contact us to begin your claim, you can reach us on 0800 073 8802. If you’d like us to call you instead, you can request a call back by filling in this form. For all claims, we’ll follow this process:

Get In Touch With Us

To start the ball rolling, you’ll contact us to discuss your claim.

Discuss Your Situation

Then we’ll provide a free consultation to assess your claim. If you’ve got a strong case, we could connect you with one of our panel of no win no fee solicitors covering Wrexham.

Manage Your Claim And Stay Up To Date

If the solicitor takes on your claim, you’ll receive updates regularly to advise you of any progress.

Wrexham Local Information

We know that when your claim is progressing, you’ll probably need to contact some local agencies (maybe to request evidence to support your claim). Therefore, we’ve provided details of some of them over the coming sections of this guide.

Our Panel Of Doctors Covering Wrexham

When handling personal injury claims, your solicitor will arrange an independent medical assessment for you. We’re able to arrange local appointments as we have a panel of doctors who cover all areas of the UK. The list below is a sample of those covering the Wrexham area.


Sohaib YasinCatrin Finch Centre,
Wrexham Consultation Room,
Glyndwr University,
Wrexham, LL11 2AW.
Mark GriffithsBack to Health Chiropractic Clinic,
160 Chester Road,
Garden Village,
Wrexham, LL12 8DS.

On the day of your appointment, you’ll be assessed by the doctor and they’ll ask you a number of questions. They’ll then provide a report for which your personal injury lawyer will use to work out how much compensation they think you’re entitled to. The report will show:

  • What injuries you sustained and their severity.
  • How you were initially affected by the injuries.
  • If there are likely to be any long-lasting effects.

The report is a vital part of your claim which means an assessment is mandatory for all personal injury claims.

Wrexham Maelor Hospital

If you need to contact the main hospital serving Wrexham, you can do so using the details below.

Wrexham Maelor Hospital,
Croesnewydd Road,
Wrexham, LL13 7TD.
Web: https://bcuhb.nhs.wales/patients-and-visitors/hospitals/wrexham-maelor-hospital/

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board

To contact the local NHS health board covering Wrexham, please use the details below.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board,
Ysbyty Gwynedd,
Gwynedd, LL57 2PW.

Wrexham County Borough Council

If you need to contact the local authority in Wrexham, here are their details.

Wrexham County Borough Council,
16 Lord Street,
Wrexham, LL11 1LG.
Web: http://www.wrexham.gov.uk

North Wales Police

Here are the details for the main police headquarters serving Wrexham.

North Wales Police Headquarters,
Wrexham, LL12 7BW.

Written by B.T.

Edited by H.E.