FIND OUT IF YOU CAN CLAIM
There are two ways to find out if you have a claim.
The first is to contact us for free, impartial advice on 0800 689 1964. As we’ll never pressure you into claiming, you can find out if you have a case without starting a claim with us or feeling rushed into something you’re not ready to start.
The second way to find out is to use our online claim checker. It can give you a good idea of whether you’re able to claim based on your answers to some simple questions.
Claiming using no win no fee
Claiming using our no win no fee agreement is considered risk-free because you don’t have to pay legal fees if your case is unsuccessful. There’s nothing to pay upfront either – we don’t believe in hidden charges.
There are some rare exceptions to our no win no fee agreement. But if they apply to you, you’ll know before your claim starts. You don’t deserve any more surprises.
Can children make a claim?
We can help you make a no win no fee claim on behalf of a child.
Claims for children are typically made by a parent or ‘litigation friend’, as someone under the age of 18 is not allowed to make a claim on their own.
Any compensation will be held in a trust until the child turns 18, unless the money is needed sooner.
You can also make a claim for an accident that happened when you were a child, but you have until you 21st birthday to do so.
For free impartial advice about how we can help make your child’s accident right, contact us on 0800 689 1964.
Claiming for an accident at work
Nobody deserves to be injured because of an employer’s negligence. In fact, all employers have a duty of care to provide a safe place for you and your colleagues to work.
If your employer has failed in their duty of care to you, and you’ve been in an accident that feels wrong, we can help make it right.
We realise you may be worried about claiming against an employer but please don’t worry. Your compensation will be paid by their insurance, not by them personally.
Your claim also won’t affect your job or the way you’re treated either, as this would be against the law.
Accidents on the road
If your injury was caused by another driver, or because of the conditions of the road, then we may be able to help you make a compensation claim. You can claim as a driver, passenger, cyclist, or pedestrian.
Visit our road accidents page for more information about the different types of road accidents we’ve worked with.
If you were injured in a public place
Injuries in public places are all too common – they’re often caused when health and safety rules haven’t been followed and can have devastating impacts.
Cracked pavements, slippery floors and poorly lit areas are all potential causes of accidents, alongside many other hazards.
To make a claim, you need to be able to show that someone else was at fault – this is where our solicitors help. They’ll look at all the details of your experience and will build your case so that you have the best chance possible of winning.
Suffering due to medical negligence?
If you’ve suffered because of a medical mistake or a lack of care from a medical specialist, then we’re here to help you make things right.
Injuries caused by medical negligence can cause you to suffer both physically and psychologically – they can also have a lasting impact on you and your family.
If your injury happened within the last three years, then get in touch with our team. We’ll give you free, impartial advice about your situation.
Claiming in Scotland
If you live in Scotland, then we can still help you. We have a network of Scottish solicitors who deal with all types of injury claims. You’ll still be able to make your claim on a no win no fee basis.
Just as in the rest of the UK, the amount of compensation you receive will depend on your injury and how it has affected your life.