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Have you suffered and injury due to an accident that wasn't your fault? Your may be entitled to a compensation

Some Facts about the Personal Injury

If you were injured in an Accident that wasn't your Fault, you could Claim Compensation for Your Injuries. Check the Worth of your Claim Now.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How long do I have to make a claim?

The Limitation Act 1980 sets a 3-year time limit for bringing a personal injury claim in England and Wales from the date of the accident. However, if you discover your injuries later, you may still be able to bring a claim for an accident at work that happened more than 3 years ago.

How much can I claim for?

The compensation amount could be different for every case depending on the various factors, however, if your claim is successful, your compensation will be divided into two categories.

General Damages:
These pertain to the pain, suffering, and loss of quality of life that you experienced after your workplace accident. After obtaining finalized medical evidence from a specialist with the appropriate expertise to assess your injuries, we can then determine your compensation. Check out our 'Compensation Calculator' for a general estimate of how much your claim may be worth, based on the injuries you've unfortunately sustained.

Special Damages:These refer to any costs or financial losses you've incurred due to your accident. Here are some examples of the various types of losses we aim to recover:


  • Loss of Earnings
  • Care and Assistance (from friends/family following your accident)
  • Medical Expenses (prescription costs/over-the-counter medication)
  • Travel Expenses (journeys to and from doctor/hospital visits or physiotherapy appointments)

Can I claim for an accident in a supermarket?

if you've experienced a slip, trip, or fall at a supermarket, a business establishment, public place or suffered an injury from another kind of accident, we can typically file a claim against the supermarket's insurance company. If you are a customer, this would fall under an Occupier's Liability claim, whereas if you're an employee of the supermarket, it would be an Employer's Liability claim. Our legal experts will clarify which approach is suitable for your specific circumstances.

Do you work on No Win No Fee basis?

Your case will be dealt on 100% No Win No Fee* basis meaning you will only pay a success fee from the compensation you are awarded for a successful claim in the form of a percentage of your damages. This could be up to 25% but it won't be more than that. In case of any extra charges that may incur you will be informed well in advance before you sign any paperwork.

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