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Have you or a loved one been injured in some form of accident, through no fault of your own? Do you want to know what you can do to receive fair and just compensation for your injuries, but the thought of landing up with a big legal bill puts you off doing anything to claim this compensation?

Free Legal Justice is here to help. We have good news- there are different funding options available allow you to make your compensation claim, without the worry of being left out of pocket. Free Legal Justice wants to help everyone that has been injured to claim rightful compensation and get justice- without the financial stress of legal fees. For this reason, we work with “No Win No Fee” agreements. After a first consultation and discussion with one of our highly skilled personal injury solicitors, we will be happy to offer you a No Win No Fee agreement once we have assessed your personal injury compensation claim.

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How does a No Win No Fee agreement work?

A No Win No Fee agreement lets you continue with a compensation claim on the condition that if the claim is unsuccessful, you won’t owe your legal team any money. Put simply, it is a way for you to take legal steps necessary to claim compensation for injuries you have suffered due to someone else’s actions, without any financial risk weighing over your head. In short, by continuing with a No Win No Fee claim, Free Legal Justice will only get paid if we can help you win your case. We carry the risk of your claim being unsuccessful, and will pay for the upfront costs of running your case.  Our highly skilled solicitors are happy to offer No Win No Fee agreements to clients seeking rightful compensation for personal injuries, because they are extremely confident in their abilities and in their success rates. Of course this also means that we won’t take on a No Win No Fee claim f we don’t think we will win the case. It would not make sense for us to do otherwise, and this demonstrates our honesty to you.

Our Service For No Win No Fee Claims Has Been Made Easy For Our Clients

A No Win No Fee agreement is a stress-free, financially-savvy way to claim compensation for personal injury. Once you have given a member of the Free Legal Justice team the details of your compensation claim, as well as the go-ahead to continue with your claim on a No Win No Fee basis, your work is basically done. You can then sit back, relax, and let Free Legal Justice do all the hard work for you!

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What is a Personal Injury Claim?

As you likely know, a personal injury can either be a physical injury, disease or illness, or a psychological injury or mental condition that arises because of an accident or incident. This accident or incident is usually caused by someone else’s fault or negligence. In some cases, the personal injury could result in death, giving rise to a fatal accident claim.

Some of the common No Win No Fee claims may have been caused by:

Accidents At Work Claims

Our team has handled countless cases whereby employees institute a No Win No Fee claim  against their employer. If you have been injured in personal injury that has taken place within the last 3 years, that accident took place at work or during the scope of your employment,  you may be able to make a claim for compensation. An accident at work can happen quickly and can be caused by another employee’s actions, or by dangerous working conditions or work procedures, lack of protective equipment and insufficient training. In each of these instances your boss will be responsible for the work accident. The location of your work accident could be your usual workplace, or elsewhere such as on a construction or industrial site, factory or warehouse, while serving in the military or even when you were working overseas. Naturally, some employees will be more at risk than others due to the nature and location of their work.

A personal injury which means you are not able to work for a certain period of time can be physically, mentally and financially challenging for you and your loved ones. Stress over recovery, treatment and adaptation to your injuries will likely be on your mind after the accident, as well as the financial effects of all these factors. Depending on the seriousness of your work accident, it could mean loss of earnings due to your time off work, treatment costs, travel expenses, care provided by family members or private rehabilitation.

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Road Traffic Car Accidents Claims

You can be involved in car accidents as a driver, cyclist or pedestrian. If you have been unlucky enough to be involved in one of the hundreds of car accidents which happen every day in the UK, you may be entitled to make a No Win No Fee claim , to seek financial compensation for your personal injury and any financial losses you have suffered.

The Free Legal Justice team deals with many different types of personal injury claims and many of those are based on car accidents. Injuries in car accidents can range from broken or fractured limbs, bruises, strains, and to more serious injuries, such as loss of limb or spinal cord damage, which are life-changing and often permanent. Note that a car accident claim must be brought (submitted to the court) within three years of the date you suffered an injury or three years of you being aware that you have suffered an injury. There is an exception for children under the age of 18 years who have until they reach their 21st birthday to submit their claim to court.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a road accident through no fault of their own, you may have a valid No Win No Fee claim against the person or body who caused the road accident. The Free Legal Justice team is ready to fight for you to get the financial compensation and justice you deserve in your No Win No Fee claim . Our team of specialists are leaders in personal injury claims in , and are happy to meet you at home or at the hospital to discuss your personal injury claim.

To be able to advise you properly on the merits and possible value of your No Win No Fee road accident claim, our accident claims team will need as much detail as possible about the road accident, including details such as:

  1. How the road accident happened, and nature of the harm you have suffered because of the car accident;
  2. Location of the road accident;
  3. Your car and license registration details;
  4. The full names, contact numbers and license details of the individuals involved in the car accident;
  5. Details of any police dockets or emergency services reports; and
  6. Details of the insurance providers for the other parties involved in the road accident.

Don’t worry if you don’t have all of the necessary information right away. Our No Win No Fee claims team will be able to guide you through the merits and value of your road accident claim based on the information that you can provide.

Injuries Caused By Medical Negligence

A medical negligence or medical malpractice claim is a legal claim instituted against a medical officer or healthcare provider, based on the alleged negligence committed by that professional health care provider, which has resulted in harm being suffered by a patient. Medical officers would include doctors, nurses, dentists, technicians, hospitals or hospital workers, and the patient should be able to prove that their treatment was below the reasonable standard of care expected of someone who has similar training and experience to the defendant medical officer, and the reduced standard of care resulted in harm to the patient.

Medical malpractice personal injury claims can take many forms. Some of the examples of medical negligence that Free Legal Justice deals with result from:

  • Misdiagnosis (or lack of diagnosis);
  • Misreading or ignoring laboratory results;
  • Unnecessary surgery;
  • Surgical errors;
  • Improper medication or dosage to patients;
  • Poor aftercare or follow up consultations;
  • Premature discharge of a patient;
  • Ignoring or not paying heed to patient history;
  • Improper testing of patients; and
  • Failure to recognize symptoms in time, or at all.

Slip and Trip Claims

These types of claims usually occur in public places such as shops, restaurants, at work, sidewalks and roads. Whether the slip or trip was an accident at work, in a shop or on the pavement, you may be able to make a personal injury claim for financial compensation against the person that was responsible for the physical space where you suffered your injury. The consequences of a slip or trip can be minor, but sometimes a severe injury can result for example broken bones, severe ligament damage or even head injuries.

Generally, slips, trips and falls happen because responsible businesses or local authorities have not ensured proper care and taken the correct safety measures to ensure that the public is safe on their premises. In summary, most slips or falls on these different premises are caused by:

  1. Wet floors;
  2. Uneven floors;
  3. Fraying carpets or slippery tiles worn by age;
  4. Cracked or uneven pavements;
  5. Unexpected obstacles in the footpath; and
  6. Inadequate lighting

The local council will be responsible for keeping public pavements, roads and sidewalks safe, secure and free from hazard. Should you suffer a slip and fall accident while on this premises, and you can prove that the accident happened because the council failure to uphold the duty of care that it has towards the public, then the council is likely to be responsible for your No Win No Fee claim . Businesses such as shops and restaurants have a responsibility for ensuring that obstacles and hazards are clearly marked out or brought to the attention of people on their premises, and have a duty to take reasonable steps to ensure that walkways are kept clean and free from obstacles whilst you are on their premises.

The most common personal injury claims arising from slip trip and fall accidents happen at the following locations:

  • Pavements
  • Public Highways
  • Parks
  • Playgrounds
  • Schools & Colleges
  • Council Offices
  • Business Premises
  • Supermarket

Accidents On Holiday Claims

The last thing on your mind as you start your holiday trip is an accident tor a personal injury claim/ When you travel abroad on holiday or business, you don’t often consider what would happen if you had an accident in a different country. When you travel, you are often far away from family and friends, and if you suffer an accident abroad you may not know how or where to seek medical assistance for your injuries. You might not even be able to speak the local language! A personal injury claim that arises while on abroad on a trip could ruin your entire holiday, and if serious injury results, it can also have permanent consequences.

Medical treatment, extended or alternative accommodation and additional travel expenses could all be additional consequences of an accident suffered abroad.  If you have suffered an accident while abroad on holiday, whether it be part of a package holiday, a cruise ship holiday or independent traveling, contact Free Legal Justice today to discuss your personal injury claim. There could be different rules for claiming compensation for the harm that you have suffered, and Free Legal Justice is here to get you through this difficult time and get you the financial compensation you deserve, to help you get your life back to normal sooner rather than later.

Gym And Sport Injury Claims

Every day, people all over the world go to the gym to exercise, relieve stress, because we want to stay healthy, and have fun. There are also thousands of people who hold gym memberships, and a session at the gym has become part of the weekly- and even daily- routines. Unfortunately, gyms can also be very dangerous spaces for users, as they contain many types of heavy and complex specialist training equipment, which have moving parts that can cause serious harm or even death. Because of this, it’s essential that strict health and safety rules are followed at the a gym.

Gym staff and trainers should receive proper training to help minimise gym accidents and prevent harm from being suffered by gym users. Gym trainers and staff should be sufficiently qualified to provide you with appropriate advice so that you do not hurt yourself when using the machines or participating in a class. Unfortunately, accidents often happen at gym.

This can include (but is not limited to):

  • Incorrect use of weights resulting in injury;
  • Incorrect instructions being conveyed to gym users or participants, or misunderstood instructions being fed between staff and gym users, regarding how to use gym equipment and how to do exercises. This also includes where users attend gym classes and an instructor pushes users too hard causing injury, or does not allow enough time for participants to warm up, it can cause injury;
  • Faulty or badly maintained gym equipment;
  • Slipping and tripping accidents can easily happen near gym swimming pools and in changing rooms at the gym, because of various dangers posed by wet floors and pool apparatus. Where equipment has been left lying around in various places at the gym, or there are various uneven surfaces in and around the gym, similar accidents can happen. In some cases, infections and illnesses may also be contracted from swimming pools, saunas and steam rooms that are not cleaned and maintained well;
  • Falling or collapsing of exercise equipment as someone is using the piece of equipment; and
  • Objects that fall onto gym users and injure someone upon impact.

Gym Accident Claims Are Common In The UK

Gym equipment and objects are often meant to be, by their very design, heavy, bulky, or able to move quickly. This means that if an accident happens involving the gym equipment, it can result in very serious injury. All in all, gyms and other fitness centres have a duty to keep you safe while you are using their facilities and training. If they have failed to do this and you or a loved one has suffered an injury as a result, you could have a No Win No Fee claim against your gym.

What Do I Need To Prove In A No Win No Fee Injury Claim?

The first important point that we will check is the date of the injury or accident. Generally, any personal injury compensation claim needs to be instituted within three years of the date of the accident, or within three years of the diagnosis of the injury.

The second important point is that someone else needs to be responsible for your injury or illness. To be able to claim compensation for personal injury, we have to be able to prove that someone else is to blame for the harm caused to you. Once we have made sure this is the case, and we have a clear idea of who is responsible for the injuries you have suffered, one of our highly skilled personal injury lawyers will help you to claim the maximum amount of compensation possible from them by using a No Win No Fee arrangement. If your claim is successful, you will receive a cheque for your compensation and get the justice you deserve.

You Have Nothing To Lose When You Start A No Win No Fee Personal Injury Claim

You have nothing to lose- the first consultation with Free Legal Justice costs absolutely nothing and places no obligations on you to continue with a No Win No Fee compensation claim thereafter.  We know that being injured in any type of accident is scary, and we want to lend a helping hand to guide you through the compensation claim process. To get in touch with us, simply fill out our short online form, or call Free Legal Justice today to speak to one of our friendly team members about your compensation claim. No matter what type of accident you were involved in or how the injuries were caused, we want to help you get the compensation that you deserve.

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How Much Will I Be Charged If My No Win No Fee Claim Is Successful?

The good news is that you will never pay us any legal fees in advance. A No Win No Fee agreement means that we only get paid if your claim is successful.

We work on an average success fee of 25% of the total compensation that you receive. If we help you to win your claim, the party that loses (or their insurance company) will cover the total compensation amount, and our solicitors will be paid for their legal services as a percentage of the financial compensation awarded. Any success fee will be explained to you by the person dealing with your claim and confirmed in writing early on in the claim.

What Happens If My No Win No Fee Claim Is Unsuccessful?

Free Legal Justice carries the risk of your No Win No Fee claim being unsuccessful. If your compensation claim is unsuccessful, we will not charge you any legal fees for the work done by our skilled personal injury solicitors. That means that you will not need to pay us a thing if your claim is unsuccessful.

To ensure that you are fully protected and have peace of mind over your financial risks, our team can help you to secure ‘After the Event’ insurance. This insurance covers you in the event that you are unsuccessful with your claim, and in case the court rules that you need to pay a part of your.

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What Will I Get For My No Win No Fee Claim?

In any type of No Win No Fee personal injury claim, the amount of compensation that will be awarded will vary from one case to the next, and will depend completely on factors such as the severity of the injuries, the length of time needed to recover from injuries, the impact on the specific individual’s life, and any complicating factors surrounding the injuries. Free Legal Justice has resolved various kinds of No Win No Fee claims over the years. We know what compensation to expect for different categories of injuries and accidents. Your appointed No Win No Fee solicitor will be able to give you an estimated value of your No Win No Fee compensation claim once they have carefully been through the details of your case as well as medical reports of your injuries. For a broad guideline on No Win No Fee compensation amounts, we have compiled the amounts for different levels of injury in the table below.

 

Compensation Amounts For No Win No Fee Personal Injury Claims
Severity of Injury Details of Injury Examples of Average Compensation Awarded
Head Injuries
Extremely severe Victims are unresponsive as a result of severe brain damage and may be in a vegetative state Between £240 000 and £345 000
Moderately severe Severe disability due to brain damage, loss of feeling in limbs, personality change and/or a mental disability Between £180 000 and £240 000
Mild Minimal or no brain damage but might still have long term effects Between £13 000  and £36 000
Facial Injuries
Extremely severe Facial disfigurement; severe scarring or burns Between £25 400 and £83 000
Moderate to severe Simple fractures to multiple fractures and breaks in the facial area Between £7 500 and £41 000
Mild Less severe scarring to minor scars Between £1400 and £11 700
Eye Injuries
The most severe Completely blind and deaf Around £340 000
Extremely severe Partial to substantial loss of sight in one or both eyes Between £45 000 and £230 000
Moderately severe Restricted vision or loss of sight in one eye Between £7700 and £46 000
Mild Temporary loss of vision due to smoke, liquids or other substances; Struck/hit in the eye Between £1800 and £7500
Nose Injuries
Severe Severe/multiple fractures to the nose resulting in permanent damage Between £9000 and £19500
Moderate Injuries not requiring surgery Between £2000 and £26990
Mild Simple non-displaced fractures with full recovery Between £1400 and £2160
Ear Injuries
Extremely severe Complete loss of hearing Between £77 000 and £93 000
Moderately severe Complete hearing loss in one of the ears Between £26000 and £38 000
Mild Hearing loss in one or both ears; tinnitus Up to £38 800
Shoulder Injuries
Severe Paralysis, limb numbness, restriction in movement because of the injury in the neck and shoulder Between £10 500 and £42 000
Moderate Semi-permanent damage; damage that restricts movement in arm and elbow Between £6 700 and £10 800
Mild Damage to soft tissue that should recover within the year or slightly longer Up to £6 700
Back Injuries
Severe Severe injury to the upper or lower back; paralysis or any relating issues to organs in the lower parts of the body Between £33 000 and £137 000
Moderate. Covering a wide range of back injuries such as compression of the lumbar vertebrae, ligament or soft tissue damage, any constant pain and/or any discomfort Between £10 500 and £33 000
Mild Strains and sprains, soft tissue injuries, a slipped disc, muscle pain Up to £10 670
Arm Injuries
Extremely severe Amputation of both arms, the amputation of a single arm, or partial amputation of one or both arms Between £82 000 and £255 900
Severe For major restriction and disability present in one or both the arms Between £33 400 and £111 600
Less severe Restriction in movement and/or disability in the arms with substantial recovery Between £16 000 and £33 400
Hand Injuries
Extremely severe Amputation of one or both hands; loss of use of hands Between £120 000 and £171 900
Very severe Total or effective loss of one hand from crushing and then amputation; partial amputation Between £52800 and £77 400
Less severe Crushing injuries leaving some impaired function Between £12 340 and £24 700
Leg Injuries
Extremely severe Amputation of one or both legs (full or partial amputation) Between £83 500 and £240 500
Moderately severe Injuries to the leg which has caused lifelong restriction in movement and disability Between £23 600 and £82 100
Less severe From simple leg fractures, breaks or soft tissue damage which has affected the muscle to leg fractures with an incomplete recovery Up to £23 600
Knee Injuries
Severe Disability because of a knee injury, major damage to muscles, muscle wastage and soft tissue damage. Disability because of a knee injury, major damage to muscles, muscle wastage and soft tissue damage Between £22 300 and £82 000
Moderate Minor disability because of the knee injury, damage to the muscle, cartilage, soft tissue, that causes pain and suffering Up to £22 300
Ankle Injuries
Extremely severe The most severe ankle injuries that may cause deformity, degeneration of joints, and potentially amputation Between £42 500 and £59 400
Moderately severe Fractures, extensive treatment, disability because of ankle injury Between £11 700 and  £42 700
Mild Ankle fractures, ankle sprains Up to £11 730
Foot Injuries
Extremely severe Amputation of one or both feet Between £71 600 and £171 900
Moderately severe Severe injury to one or both feet that causes restriction, fractures or disability Between £11 700 and  £59 700
Mild Covering injury to a foot with high chance of recovery Up to £11 700

Why Choose our no win no fee claims experts at Free Legal Justice?

Free Legal Justice has many specialised personal injury lawyers who handle thousands of No Win No Fee personal injury claims each year. Our dedicated personal injury solicitors work around the clock to help clients get justice, and receive the maximum compensation that they deserve.

By working with Free Legal Justice on a No Win No Fee compensation claim, we promise that:

  • You will receive free legal advice from one of our expert personal injury solicitors;
  • If you are unsuccessful in your No Win No Fee compensation claim, we will not charge you any legal fees;
  • You won’t pay a thing from your own pocket;
  • We will help you to recover the maximum amount of compensation;
  • We will manage your No Win No Fee claim for you, keep you updated on the progress of your case, and will try to make the entire compensation claim process as stress-free as possible for you.

Get in touch with Free Legal Justice today by filling out the online form, or by calling us on 0800 567 7074 or 0121 565 4317. One of our friendly personal injury solicitors will be happy to conduct a home visit, to discuss your toe amputation claim from the comfort of your own home.

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