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No Win No Fee Claims – Accident Types To Make A Claim For

By Alice Bartlett

If you have been injured in an accident, it’s possible that you will be able to make an injury compensation claim. This is to help you recover any money you may lose by taking time off work, as well as for the inconvenience of your painful injuries.

However, with many phony claims management companies out there, it is important that you use an experienced personal injury solicitor to make sure you have an expert representing you.

Many of the firms who say they can get you ‘no win no fee’ compensation actually have hidden fees and charges which you don’t find out about until your case has concluded. The following list looks at some of claims where a proper solicitors firm will carry out the work for you on a no win no fee basis.

1) Car Accident Claims. Having a car accident is never pleasant and they can result in terrible injuries to the driver or passenger. Fortunately, you won’t be charged before or at the end of your claim, if you wish to make one if the accident was not your fault.

2) Motorbike Accident Claims. As above, having an accident on a motorbike can be even more horrific than car accidents. 20% of serious road accidents involve motorbikes, which is astonishingly high considering only 1% of traffic consists of this two-wheeled variety.

3) Work Accidents. Your employer has to protect you from suffering an injury on their premises. If they have not done this you will be entitled to make a no win no fee work accident compensation claim against them, which will help make up for your lost salary if you need to take time off.

4) Slips and Trips. If you trip on a damaged pavement, or slip on a wet shop floor, you can almost always claim compensation against whoever was responsible for your accident, whether that be a council, shop owner or someone else. Slip or trip claims can be made on a no win no fee basis with the correct legal guidance.

Don’t trust the claim farmers with your no win no fee compensation claim. Use a firm or real personal injury solicitors who are dedicated to fighting to get you money after your work accident.

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Bartlett, Alice "No Win No Fee Claims – Accident Types To Make A Claim For." No Win No Fee Claims – Accident Types To Make A Claim For. 22 Aug. 2010. 11 Apr 2015 <>.

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