What Is No Win No Fee?

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No win no fee is a way of finding your personal injury compensation claim to offer you the best protection from excessive legal fees whilst making sure that you are able to get the best possible expert legal advice from our highly trained team of specialised personal injury solicitors. No win no fee agreements allow us to act on your behalf in order to progress your claim without you having to pay anything up front. The aftermath of any accident or injury can be an expensive time, as you have to try to pay for transportation costs to get to medical appointments and you may have a reduced income, or even no income at all if you are unable to work as a result of your accident or injury. Trying to find the spare money to pay up front legal costs can seem insurmountable. This is where no win no fee arrangements come into their own.

If you have suffered an accident or injury that wasn’t your fault, call us on 0121 565 4317 or claim online to arrange your free, no obligation consultation. Our expert team of personal injury solicitors will listen to your story, making sure that we fully understand the details of your unique case. This will ensure that we are able to give you the best possible advice and assistance and make sure that we have a strong basis for working together to get you the compensation you deserve following your accident or injury.

What Information Will Be Needed For A No Win No Fee Claim?

In order to begin the process of making your personal injury compensation claim on a no win no fee basis, we will need to make sure that we properly understand your case. We believe that it’s vital that we listen to what happened to you. Not only can this be essential in making sure that we get you the best compensation deal possible, but it’s also important that you know that you are being heard and taken seriously.

In order to give you the best service we can, we will need the following information from you –


  • We will need to know the circumstances surrounding your accident. We will need to know when it happened, where it happened, who was around to witness it, who you believe was at fault for your accident or injury and why. We will also need to know any relevant information that you might have available. If your accident or injury was as a result of a road traffic accident, for example, we may need to know what the weather was like at the time of the accident as this may be relevant for proving liability. Proving liability is the legal term for demonstrating that someone else had a responsibility to keep you safe and were careless or negligent in doing this. This is the basis of your personal injury compensation claim as it is how we demonstrate that the person or organisation you are making your claim against was responsible for your accident. The more information we have about the circumstances surrounding your accident, the easier it will be for us to prove liability and, therefore, the quicker we will be able to get you the compensation you need.
  • The full extent of your injuries. When we ask you about the nature of your injuries, it is essential that you give us a full list of all of the things that you have noticed have changed following your accident or injury. In many cases, clients only tell us about their one major injury, but you are able to claim for up to three injuries that result from a single accident. This means that if you suffer a fall at work that results in a broken leg but you also hit your head in the same fall, you are also able to claim for headaches or concussion that you may have suffered at the same time. We may sometimes ask about things that seem unrelated to your main injury. This is because our years of experience mean that we know that some injuries often occur together, or that there are symptoms of an injury that many clients do not realise are related to their accident or injury. An example of this is that most people ae aware that they can claim for headaches as a result of whiplash, but you might not realise that pains in your arm are also caused by the same thing. Similarly, you may have had headaches for a few days following you striking your head during a car accident, but irritability and personality changes can also be a symptom of your head injury. Being open and honest about the symptoms you are experiencing will allow us to make sure that you get the full amount of compensation you are due.
  • What impact your accident or injury has had on your life as a whole. Many clients attempt to be stoic about the impact that their injury and the accident that caused it has had on their lives. It can be difficult to admit that we are no longer able to do things that we used to find easy, or that we need additional help to acclimatise to our injuries. Compensation payments are heavily influenced by any costs or expenses you have incurred or are likely to have to incur in the future as a result of your accident or injury, however. This means that you may be able to claim for addition caring costs, or even to make modifications to your home which allow you to continue to live independently. Compensation is there to try to get you back to the state that you would have been in if your accident hadn’t happened, so we need to know all of the changes that you have had to make to be sure that you are getting everything that you deserve.

This may seem like a lot of very personal information, but our team highly experienced personal injury solicitors are trained to understand how difficult these conversations can be. Their friendly and compassionate understanding gives you the confidence you need to start to make your personal injury compensation claim.

If you have any questions or if you think that you might be ready to make a personal injury compensation claim, call us on 0121 565 4317 or claim online to arrange your free, no obligation consultation. Expert legal help for your personal injury compensation claim is only a single call away.

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What Kind Of Personal Injury Compensation Claims Are Covered Under No Win No Fee?

Almost all of our clients accept our services on a no win no fee basis. This is because it is the easiest and least risky way of accessing the legal help you need to make your personal injury compensation claim. There are a very few cases, such as medical negligence cases, where we are not able to offer a no win no fee agreement, but we would discuss this with you if you fall into this category and would offer alternative funding models to find something that worked for you.

Common Personal Injury Compensation Claims Offered On A No Win No Fee Basis Include Those Arising From:


  • Car Accident Claims
  • Accident at Work Claims
  • Bus Accident Claims
  • Criminal Injury Claims
  • School Accident Claims
  • Holiday Accident Claims
  • Supermarket Claims
  • Forklift Accident Claims
  • Ladder Fall Claims
  • Hotel Accident Claims
  • Unfair Dismissal Claims
  • Prison Accident Claims
  • Motorway Accident Claims
  • Factory Accident Claims
  • Accident in Shop Claims
  • Motorbike Accident Claims
  • Gym Accident Claims
  • Warehouse Accident Claims
  • Scaffold Accident Claims
  • Office Accident Claims
  • Coach Accident Claims
  • Construction Claims
  • Fall Accident Claims
  • Train Accident Claims
  • Lorry Accident Claims

The Injuries For Which You Can Make A Personal Injury Compensation Claim Is Also Very Wide, Including:


  • Toe Injury Claims
  • Neck Injury Claims
  • Whiplash Injury Claims
  • Hand Injury Claims
  • Back Injury Claims
  • Leg Injury Claims
  • Amputation Claims
  • Eye Injury Claims
  • Spinal Injury Claims
  • Brain Injury Claims
  • Arm Injury Claims
  • Teeth Injury Claims
  • Head Injury Claims
  • Elbow Injury Claims
  • Knee Injury Claims
  • Foot Injury Claims
  • Finger Injury Claims

Although these lists are long, they are not exhaustive. If your accident or injury is not included in these lists, please call us on 0121 565 4317 or use our claims form to discuss the possibility of making a personal injury compensation claim. Our team will be happy to discuss your case with you and give you our honest, unbiased advice based on years of experience of personal injury compensation claims. We will give you our estimate of the likelihood of your claim being successful and the amount of compensation we believe you might be entitled to. We will also explain whether we are able to offer our services on a no win no fee basis. If we are not able to offer you a no win no fee agreement, we will discuss alternative funding options with you.

What Is No Win No Fee?

How Do I Begin My No Win No Fee Personal Injury Compensation Claim?

Starting the process of making your no win no fee personal injury compensation claim is easy. Just call us on 0121 565 4317 or use our claims form and we will take care of the rest.