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When you submit your details, you'll be in safe hands. At Consumer Injury Claims, we work with various partners. All our solicitor partners are regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. Their friendly legal services advisers will call you to talk about your claim and give you free, no-obligation advice. Our Partners may pay us a marketing fee for our services.

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If you win your case, your solicitor's success fee will be taken from the compensation you are awarded - up to a maximum of 25%. Your solicitor will discuss any fees with you before starting your case.

How it works

We understand that making a claim may appear as a hectic procedure. Legal advisors at Consumer Injury Claims are there to help you with deciding whether you can make a successful claim or not. You just need to provide the necessary details and our experts will estimate the amount of compensation to claim as well. We will also take care of all the documentation during claim process. We work in coordination with various partner solicitors. All solicitors we work with are regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. Their legal advisors may get in touch with you over call and discuss your claim. They are very friendly and offer free advice. You are not obliged or need to feel any kind of pressure of filing the claim.
The solicitors will only charge you if you win the case. The fee is taken from the compensation amount you receive upon winning and can’t exceed more than 25% of the compensation amount. This fee is decided and already agreed upon right at the beginning of the case between you and your solicitor.

Your Complete Guide to Accident Claims

We have carefully designed this website covering almost all categories of personal injuries. We have explained every type of injury in detail to provide help for people who have suffered from all the common types of personal injury. You can navigate through our website and understand how different types of compensation claim process works.

Experienced personal injury lawyers

Consumer Injury Claims has a team of experienced personal injury claims experts who have been working in the industry for many years. We have helped our clients file all types of claims whether it's medical negligence, work accident, road accident claims, or other type of personal injury claims. We work on a No Win No Fee process and have a panel of expert smart solicitors who can help negotiate to get maximum possible compensation depending on your particular case.

The government created a streamlined system for claims in April 2010, which was expanded in 2013. Road traffic accidents, employers liability and public liability claims valued up to £25,000 are usually handled within this process.

Rating of knowledge of the process to claim injury compensation

We asked members of the public to rate their knowledge of the process of making a claim for compensation. As the chart below shows, less than 1 in 10 people rated their knowledge as ‘very good’:

 

Detailed information on no win no fee claims

We have tried to provide all information, required resources, and other helpful services to all victims irrespective of the type of personal injury. To get a better understanding and how it all works, you can get in touch with our expert personal injury advisor. The advice is available for free. And our experts won’t pressurize you to file a claim. It’s always your personal choice if you want to proceed with claim or not. You can submit your details on the form on this page and one of our representatives will get in touch with you.
Most personal injury lawyers offer No Win No Fee agreements to their potential clients. No Win No Fee eliminates the possibility of any kind of financial risk or financial liabilities. The legal fee will be charged only if you win and that will be covered from the amount of compensation won by you. Your lawyer will facilitate after-the-event insurance which makes your claim free of financial risks. The fee will be charged as a percentage of the compensation amount which never exceeds 25% of the total amount received.
There is a fee called termination fee that will be charged in case your case couldn’t proceed further because of your own mistakes. In some rare cases, the client fails to fully cooperate with their solicitors, mislead them, and fail to attend a court hearing or get the medical expert examinations. However, the advice is free of cost and legal experts can’t force you to file a claim.
The Courts and Legal Services Act 1990 introduced the No Win No fee system which became effective since 1995.

The no win no fee system was introduced in the Courts and Legal Services Act 1990, but did not come into use until 1995.