Funding a personal injury claim

If you have had an accident which was not your fault and you would like to know whether you have a personal injury claim which might entitle you to compensation then please call us on 0203 816 0065

Free initial personal injury advice

We will not charge you to discuss your case and one of our personal injury specialists will contact you by telephone, at your convenience, to assist you. 

There is no obligation on you to pursue a claim and after discussing it with us, if you have decided not to go ahead then it will have cost you nothing and you will have lost nothing. 

Funding your personal injury claim

If after having discussed it with us, it appears that you do have a claim which you may wish to pursue then there are a number of ways that it could be funded without you having to pay any money up front. 

We will always advise you on the best way to fund your claim. Often people already have legal expense insurance cover and we will assist you to find out if you have this so that you will not have to pay anything to make your claim.

Our personal injury solicitors can also work on a no win no fee basis.

Peace of mind with your personal injury claim

As we provide a nationwide service there is no need for you to come to our offices. However, if you would prefer face to face meetings these can be arranged.

In addition to helping you pursue your accident claim we can also provide you with advice on other very important issues at this time. For example if you are unable to work because of your injuries we can assist you to ensure that your are getting the full amount of state benefits to which you may be entitled to and that any housing or care needs arising from your injuries can be met while the claim is being made. 

For a free, no obligation, discussion about these matters with one of our personal injury specialists please call us on 0203 816 0065.

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