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Personal Injury FAQs
Where is your personal injury team based?
Do your personal injury solicitors take ‘no win no fee’ cases?
Is there a time limit for making a personal injury claim?
How much will it cost to make a claim?
How long will my personal injury claim take?
Can I make a claim against an uninsured driver?
Can I be sacked for making a personal injury claim against
We’ve based our personal injury solicitors in the Bristol and South Gloucestershire areas; however we act on behalf of clients who live throughout the UK.
Each case is assessed to see if it qualifies, in which case we may offer a ‘no win, no fee’ arrangement. This means that if you lose your case, you won’t be liable for our fees. Contact a member of our personal injury team to discuss your options and for advice on how best to fund your claim.
Yes, your claim should usually be issued with 3 years of the date of the accident, so we recommend speaking to one of our personal injury lawyers as soon as possible about whether your claim can be made within an appropriate timeframe.
It depends entirely on the nature and complexity of your personal claim. If you have a suitable basis for a claim, we can normally offer a ‘no win, no fee’ arrangement. You may even have an existing insurance policy that will cover the cost of your claim. Speak to our personal injury solicitors who will advise you of your options and the best way to fund your claim.
Every claim is different and we won’t be able to provide a realistic timescale until your case is underway. Those involving serious injury or where blame is disputed can take much longer than others, particularly if your ongoing care costs need to be negotiated.
Yes, you can still make a claim if you’ve been injured by an uninsured driver, however your claim is likely to involve the Motors Insurance Bureau in addition to the uninsured driver. Our personal injury solicitors in Bristol have successfully represented clients in this situation and can talk to you about your options.
No, your employer can’t take action against you for this reason. It’s worth bearing in mind that compensation claims for workplace accidents are normally dealt with by your employer’s insurance company and not by your employer themselves.