Compensation

Compensation

What is no win, no fee?

Natasha Batty, Principal Solicitor at Natasha Hall Law, explains how no win, no fee solicitors work. The meaning of no win, no fee “No win, no fee” relates to claims of personal injury which caused by someone else’s negligence. Having a no win, no fee agreement with a solicitor ensures your claim for compensation if you obtain injury from an accident that was not under your fault. Paying your solicitor with a percentage of the compensation will depend if they are successful in helping you or not. Types of cases related to no win, no fee The solicitor will determine during the initial consultation if you are entitled to a: no win, no fee personal injury;medical negligence; ordental negligence claim. Most of the time, when you acquire injury from an accident that was...
Five common compensation claim types
Compensation

Five common compensation claim types

Usually, there are lots of reasons in which you may find making a compensation claim yourself. Compensation claims are generally made when a person incurs injuries or suffers from harm caused by another person’s wrongful actions or negligence. If in case you suffer from consequences brought upon by others’ poor decisions and choices, reach out to a compensation claims solicitor right away. Your solicitor can help in making the process less daunting by giving you full information of what and what not to expect, as well as for deciding the best approach to your case. Your solicitor should be able to give you a walkthrough of: the types of compensation claims available; andwhich type of claim suits you and your situation the most. Personal injury claims Personal injury claims,...
What is compensation for injuries?
Compensation

What is compensation for injuries?

Around 4 million people will incur injuries that aren’t exactly their fault. Out of 4 people, only 1 will be able to successfully make a claim for their compensation. Often because they are either unaware that they are entitled to such compensation or are wary of complex and lengthy legal proceedings. What is personal injury? A personal injury refers to the legal remedies and defenses involved in civil lawsuits brought as a result of wrongful conduct. In simpler terms, it can be a physical or psychological injury, disease, or illness that could result in death. Some examples of personal injuries are: injuries caused at work or work-related illnesses (e.g. a disease caused by working around asbestos);injuries caused in a traffic accident;injuries caused by faulty goods;injuries...