Appointing a no win no fee solicitor following a non-fault accident

All of the lawyers working at Wheels at Once are able to provide a no win, no fee service to clients, which means that someone making a claim through us is able to do so without worrying about financial risk.

This is because a no win, no fee service, is exactly as it sounds; if your claim is not successful, you do not face the possibility of having to pay legal fees. No win, no fee clients are therefore able to focus on the most important thing; getting better after an accident, and can do so without having the additional burden of thinking about financing the claim.

Types of accidents that are covered by no win no fee solicitors
Our no win no fee solicitors help thousands of people claim compensation each year, following accidents in a number of circumstances. Provided you can answer yes to the following three criteria, you are likely to have a good claim, regardless of the accident circumstances:

It can be proven that someone had a responsibility for your safety and welfare (ie: another road user, an employer or the local council);

and it can be proven that they failed in their responsibility;

and it can be proven that you were injured as a result of their negligence.

Expert legal advice from a no win no fee solicitor
To speak to a no win no fee solicitor about any aspect of making a personal injury claim, please call us now on 0800 78 38 846. You will be assured of confidential and friendly advice, without the stress and strains, thanks to our no win, no fee service. So take advantage of our expert legal advice, and get your claim underway today.



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*Where replacement vehicle costs can be recovered from the insurance company of the person who caused the accident. Where this person is untraceable or uninsured, or where there is a dispute over liability, a replacement vehicle cannot be provided.