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.
By submitting your personal data, you agree for your details to be provided to our partner upon your request so they can contact you to discuss your claim.
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.
Suffering an serious injury can be an unexpected and upsetting experience, and we know that this can make every injury feel serious.
However, sometimes, the injury suffered can be really serious and can have a lasting effect on your life and your future. In that case, we would advise you to have suffered a serious or life-changing injury.
If you want to claim for serious injury, firstly, you must take the advice of a legal adviser for free or request a call back by filling the contact form. They will be happy to answer any of your questions.
Yes you can claim for serious injury, but only if your answers to the following queries is ‘yes’:
Did your accident occur in the last three years?
Did you affect a critical injury?
Was your damage caused by someone else?
If you are still doubtful, get in touch with an expert legal advisor. They will discuss some case-related questions to get a clearer picture of what occurred and then they will be able to tell you whether you could get compensation.
You might be thinking of getting in touch with us because a loved one, friend, or somebody close to you has suffered a serious injury. If that's the case, we are here to help you too.
We understand that these life-changing personal injuries can leave the victim unable to make decisions, in noticeable pain, and emotionally or physically dependent on you. or if they are under the age of 18. That is why we can speak to you for claim on their behalf.
For any querry or advice, contact for free advice.
You can totally rely on your legal advisor for your fair compensation. He will take absolutely everything into consideration for the impact your damage has had so far, as well as in the future.
A serious injury compensation payment dispose to:
Compensate the victim and their loved ones for the pain and suffering as a result of the accident
Cover any out of expenses they have suffer because of the injury e.g. prescription costs and travel costs
Cover the cost of rehabilitation and further medical treatment
Cover any loss of earnings that have been incurred by the injured person and their loved ones
Cover the cost of any modification that are needed to the injured person's home, or (if applicable) the cost of shifting to a new home that better accommodates their needs
Cover the cost of any modification that are required to be made to the injured person's workplace
Cover the expense of either family care or professional care needs
Compensate the victim and for the reduction in their quality of life
Generally, a claim must be brought within 3 years according to law. But for few cases, there are exceptions to that rule, for instance, if you're claiming on behalf of a kid below 18, or someone with diminished mental capacity, or if the accident happened while abroad. As there are exceptions to the three-year rule, you must contact to a personal injury solocitor as soon as you can ensure you're not out of time.
No one can tell the exact time, the quantity of time can differ a lot from case to case. For example, it can depend on:
How complicated your case is
The extent of your damages.
How much compensation you are claiming.
Whether liability is admitted.
How long it takes to get clinical reports and other expert opinions.
Whether the other party is willing to agree with an out-of-court settlement.
Yes! almost all personal injury claims are made on a no win no fee basis. There is no financial risk in this claim. You will be charged only when your claim succeeds, the amount your legal advisor will take will already be disscussed before commencing your case. your solicitor will not charge any money if your claim is not successful, and the other party’s expenses are usually covered by insurance.
It is difficult but possible thst you can claim compensation as so long as the mistake of somebody else also partly caused your damages. This is called ‘contributory negligence’. But you need solid proof that it is other party’s fault.
Not necessarily, only complicated cases goes to court. Your solicitor will work hard with evidence and contact with the other party to negotiate a fair compensation before. Your solicitor with his experience will give you advice and guidance as to whether any offers of compensation are reasonable or not.