How can we help you?
Frequently Asked Questions
Am I eligible to make a claim?
How do I start my claim?
Starting your claim with us is simple. When you contact us we’ll ask you some details about your accident, injury and recovery. This is so that we can fully understand the cause, what happened and the impact your injury has had on your life. You can make a claim for personal injury yourself for free if it falls under the remit of the Claims Injury Portal.
What is No Win, No Fee?
Will I have to appear in court?
How much compensation will I receive?
Can I claim for somebody else?
Can I still claim if my accident was abroad?
*Typically, customers pay up to 25% of the amount recovered as a success fee toward the solicitor’s cost on a successful claim. Termination fees may apply if you terminate the agreement with your solicitor outside of the 14 day cancellation period.
Road Traffic Accident
What evidence will I need to claim?
Can I claim on behalf of someone else?
Can I claim if I wasn’t wearing a seatbelt
Will I need to see a doctor?
Can I claim against my GP?
Can I claim against a dentist?
Injuries at Work
I’m self-employed, can I still claim?
What if I work in a high-risk sector?
What if I’m partially to blame?
Slip, Trip and Fall
Who is responsible for my accident?
What records do I need after my injury?
How serious does my injury have to be?
Who is to blame for a faulty product?
What products are likely to cause harm?
What injuries can faulty products cause?
Miss-Sold Solar Panels
Is there a deadline for filing a claim?
What information do I need to claim?
What if the company is no longer trading?
Housing Disrepair Claims
Can I be evicted for starting a claim?
No, you cannot be evicted for commencing a Housing Disrepair Claim. Your Council or Housing Association is expected by law to keep your property up to legal standards of repair as part of your tenancy agreement.
Our job is to ensure those works are completed and that you are compensated for the stress and inconvenience. Our purpose is not to worsen your relationship with your Landlord.
When can I start my housing disrepair claim?
Can I claim for inconvenience caused?
You can claim compensation if you’ve suffered inconvenience or have not been able to use your home in the normal way as a result of the landlord’s failure to repair your home, significant disruption during the repair work. How much compensation you can get depends on the level of disrepair, the rent you pay and the repair problem’s effect on you and your family.
Hassle-free claims process
Our expert panel of solicitors can typically confirm almost immediately whether your claims application is likely to be successful and also give you an indication of how much you could potentially claim for.