Birmingham Personal Injury Solicitors No Win No Fee
Making an Injury Claim
Often people are entitled to compensation due to immutable legislation even if the personal injury is retrospective, however;
It is necessary for a successful claim that they are made within three years of the injury occurring in most circumstances. Making your claim as soon as possible will enable your solicitor to help gather useful supporting evidence and witness statements. This evidence will garner support for a claim that incorporates three aspects;
You were owed a duty of care (an obligation to your safety and wellbeing)
This duty of care was then breached
Your resultant injury was directly caused by this breach.
Finding the best solicitor for your compensation claim
Our personal injury solicitors aim to secure the maximum compensation by acting on your behalf to assess the value of your claim, negotiate the relevant paperwork and settle a final amount.
Experienced solicitors will decide whether a No Win No Fee agreement is suitable for your claim by collating supporting evidence that will often include the following;
Witnesses to the event
Identifying the party at fault
Local medical examination
Using this information they will decide whether your claim has a reasonable prospect of success.
There is a range of personal injury compensation claims that our solicitors undertake in Birmingham which is expressed in the statistics outlined below.
Road Traffic Accidents
Recent research from RoSPA shows that Road Traffic Accidents (RTA) make up 50% of personal injury claims in the UK. Birmingham is one of the few areas in the UK that continues to see a substantial rise in the number of Road Traffic Accidents each year. According to the Department for Transport, the number of fatalities resulting from collisions on the road is also steadily on the rise.
Car or motorcycle accidents can be amongst the most damaging but despite the worrying statistics in Birmingham, our specialist solicitors are experienced in negotiating the maximum compensation amount pertaining to your claim.
Clinical and medical negligence
Medical negligence, now re-defined as Clinical negligence relates to a breach of the duty of care by your healthcare provider and has strong grounds for compensation.
Growing issues within the NHS are impacting on patient care, clearly represented by the figures of the NHS litigation authority which report that over 10,000 clinical negligence claims were filed with the NHS in 2014/15. Private health care can also fall prey to mistakes in patient care, ultimately causing further injury and initiating grounds for compensation.
Clinical negligence is now subject to powerful legislation that entitles people to compensation following a breach of their duty of care. If you have a claim of this nature that you would like to discuss with one of our Birmingham solicitors then Accident Line Direct are on hand to provide you with more information.
Over the last ten years, Occupational Deafness, Arthritis and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome have been amongst the greatest contributors to industrial related diseases. In addition to this, illnesses from the workplace can also include musculoskeletal disorders from inadequate manual handling training and procedures and work-induced stress, depression, and anxiety.
In England, over 1100 cases of self-reported illness caused or made worse by work were reported between 2013 and 2016.
Using a medical center located in Birmingham to carry out a medical report to assist in your claim, the solicitors we use can help secure the maximum compensation you are entitled to following an industry-related illness.
Slips, Trips, and Falls
In Birmingham, 1157 injuries in the workplace were reported between 2013 and 2016. Slips, Trips, and Falls make up the greatest percentage of injuries in the workplace meaning that the likelihood of 7 days or more absence from work is relatively high. Solicitors in the Birmingham locality are experienced with handling these types of claims and can provide you with more information and the potential for compensation.
No Win No Fee agreement
where possible our solicitors work on a No Win No Fee agreement so there will be no upfront cost to process your claim. We make sure you do not absorb any of the cost that the solicitors incur in using our service.
Making your claim
Whether you are ready to start your claim now or are simply looking for more information, Accident Line Direct can help.