FREE Personal Injury Claims Advice
If you or a family member has suffered an injury following an accident that was somebody else’s fault, you could be entitled to make a personal injury claim. InjuryClaims.co.uk works in partnership with friendly injury lawyers that have years of experience in helping the innocent victims of accidents throughout the UK. Injury claims are provided on a 100% no win no fee basis. This means you can make a claim without putting yourself at any financial risk, aiding access to justice for thousands of people each and every year.
Helping you make sense of the compensation claim process
Making a personal injury claim can be a time-consuming and complicated process. The law can be difficult to navigate, particularly for complex cases such as those involving medical negligence or industrial disease claims such as asbestosis and mesothelioma claims. But don’t worry, experienced personal injury solicitors are at hand to guide you step by step through the compensation claims process. The aim is to provide you with a stress and hassle-free service, giving you the expert legal advice you need with a no win no fee guarantee.
If you would like to find out more about the services available, call free 0800 678 1410 or request a call back. A fully trained legal adviser will call you back as soon as possible for a free consultation. Within minutes, you can find out if you are entitled to make an injury claim, as well as having all of your questions answered by an experienced personal injury solicitor.
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Get help with all types of injury claims
Personal injury solicitors have expertise and knowledge to help people with a wide variety of different accident claims. Some of the most common types of injury claims include the following:
Road Traffic Accidents
Although UK roads are amongst the safest in the world, thousands of people still suffer injuries as a result of road accidents each year. People involved in car accidents make up the majority of these claims, but compensation is also regularly awarded to those injured in accidents involving motorbikes, bicycles, buses, pedestrians, vans and lorries. If you have been injured in a road traffic accident, an injury lawyer can help you make a claim against the person at fault for your accident.
Accidents at Work
Going to work is part of everyday life for millions of people from around the UK. Employers are responsible for providing their workers with a safe working environment, and they must abide by strict health and safety laws which help to give protection to employees. If an employee suffers a personal injury due to the negligence of their employer, they have a legal right to claim compensation for their losses.
The NHS is celebrated as one of the best and most successful healthcare systems in the world. Our doctors and nurses do a fantastic job 365 days a year to help keep members of the public safe and healthy. Unfortunately, from time to time, the level of service provided does fall below the standard expected of the healthcare profession. If a doctor or nurse fails to meet their duty of care towards a patient, and this failure results in an injury, it can give rise to a claim for medical negligence.
Slips, Trips and Falls
If you have been injured following a slip or a trip, and somebody else was at fault, you may be entitled to make a personal injury claim. These type of accidents can happen in a variety of environments. You may have tripped over loose cables at work, slipped on a wet floor in a supermarket or tripped over a raised paving slab. To find out if you may be eligible for compensation, call 0800 678 1410 today for a free consultation. A friendly legal adviser will assess your case and will explain your legal rights in plain English.
How much compensation can I claim?
How much compensation you may be entitled to following an accident will largely depend on the type of injury you have suffered and the impact this has had on your life. As you would expect, the more significant and long lasting the injury is, the greater the amount of compensation is likely to be.
Rather than a punishment for the party of fault, the aim of personal injury compensation is to compensate you for your pain and suffering, as well as any financial losses that occur as a result of the accident. This could include the cost of medication, rehabilitation treatments, loss of earnings and loss of future earnings if your injuries affect your ability to work longer term.