What is involved in a personal injury claim?

The prospect of making a claim for compensation following an accident can be daunting. In fact a large percentage of people who have good claims, and who would probably win their claims, don't actually make a claim.

People are put off from making an accident claim for a number of reasons:

They're not sure how to go about making a claim

They're worried about legal fees and how much it will
end up costing

They think the claim will take too long to settle and will
be a very stressful experience

Our easy route to compensation
We understand people's concerns about making an accident claim and offer an easy, risk-free route to compensation.

Making a claim really is as simple as picking up the phone or filling in our online form.

We offer friendly and impartial legal advice and will answer all your questions and concerns. We'll discuss all your options with you so you can decide what you want to do. We never put you under any pressure to make a compensation claim, unless you want to do so.

If you tell us you want us to help you with your accident claim we take care of everything from that point on, leaving you to concentrate on your recovery.

See The easy route to claiming compensation for information about our straightforward claims process and what happens next.

Our no win, no fee service is risk-free

We work on a no win, no fee basis. What this means is that, in the event your case is not successful, you won’t be charged a penny. This means that making a claim is a completely risk-free process, which lets you focus on getting better, not worrying about money.

See No win no fee for more information.

Take the easy route to compensation and call us now
We offer expert legal advice 24 hours a day. Call us now on 0800 781 7789, or complete the online form and we'll call you back.


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