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Legal help for hernia mesh problems

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If you’re in need of legal help because you’re suffering from hernia mesh problems, our expert lawyers can help you today.

We’re already representing a number of people who are claiming compensation for hernia mesh problems. The nature of the complications and problems that people can suffer from can be serious and even lifelong.

We recognise the importance of people being able to access the legal help they need to make a claim. That’s why we can help you claim for hernia mesh compensation on a No Win, No Fee basis.

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Lift accident compensation advice

If you need lift accident compensation advice, The Injury lawyers can help you because we specialise in all areas of personal injury compensation.

Thanks to rigorous health and safety legislation, lift accident compensation claims should be minimal, but when something does go wrong – whether it’s at work, or in a public building – victims can be entitled to claim for personal injury damages caused by injury and loss.

For advice, you should always contact our team for help, but we can give you a little guidance in this article in the meantime.

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Complex personal injury claim advice

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A complex personal injury claim means you need advice from a specialist, expert personal injury solicitor, and it’s important to know that not all firms are the same.

As a firm, we actually specialise in serious and complex personal injury claims, with a high proportion of such claims in our caseload. In fact, we have a whole team of experienced lawyers and legal minds who are solely dedicated to nothing but the difficult cases and the high value claims.

There’s a lot that can differentiate law firms from each other, and the quality of your lawyer could mean the difference between securing a fantastic and fair compensation package as opposed to nothing, or an under settlement.

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Is No Win No Fee real?

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Most people have heard of it, but the question on the lips of many who find themselves suddenly needing to make a claim for personal injury is this: is No Win No real?

The good news is that we can assure you that it is real.

Perhaps the easiest way to answer this question in further depth for you is to take you through some information about why we offer it, how it works and what we expect if a case does actually go on to lose.

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Facts about Occupiers Liability claims

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Under certain health and safety laws, occupiers of a premises must provide adequate protection for visitors to their land or premises. The duty is contained in the Occupiers Liability Act which covers visitors on land or in a premises.

An occupier is generally seen as someone who has the overall control of the land or premises. This could be the private owner of a building, or perhaps a landlord or tenant, or even a company who owns the building. Sometimes, another company can be placed in charge as well, and there are normally agreements in place for who is responsible for what.
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Why you DON’T have to pay a no win no fee insurance charge

Have you been told that you need to pay for insurance for your solicitor to help you with your case on a no win, no fee basis? If you have then we can tell you that you DON’T have to pay for this with us.

Many lawyers will now ask you to pay a no win no fee insurance charge because of changes that happened in the law a couple of years ago. You used to be able to recover the cost of this type of insurance from the other side, but now you can’t.

But you don’t have to have it – we work in a different way that can still offer you the protection of having insurance without needing to pay for it.
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No Win No Fee – when can I be charged?

No win no fee is a widely used promise by personal injury lawyers – but do you know what it actually means in terms of how you can be charged, if at all?

A “No Win No Fee” is commonly the basis of your entire legal agreement so it is important to know exactly what you are getting into. For a little advice on what it means in relation to when you may actually be charged, read on!
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A quick guide to no win, no fee agreements

Whilst most no win, no fee agreements are individual to the firm of lawyers, and can therefore have varying terms and conditions, the principles of the agreement can be standard. So, if you are wondering what a no win, no fee agreement really entails and you would like a general overview on it, please read on for advice.

This is but general guidance though as the agreements will normally have their own clauses and terms, so this is just a very brief reference guide for you.
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What does ‘100% no win no fee’ mean?

Whilst it could vary between who is advising you, the purpose of this article is to address the latest trend amongst lawyers and claims management companies who are increasingly using the term “100% no win no fee” for what may be somewhat misleading reasons.

The sentence has the connotation, for some, that you are being offered 100% compensation. This, however, is normally not the case.
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“If you don’t take 25% like other firms do, does that mean you’re not as good?”

Some people have asked us this because we do offer agreements where we don’t have to take the full 25% like most law firms do. Actually, a lot of firms charge more – either through extra deductions from percentages or through additional upfront of fixed fees.

So, because we generally offer better deals that help our client to save thousands of pounds, we have been asked if the reason for this is because we’re ‘not as good’ or whether we provide a rubbish service.

The answer is, of course, absolutely not! So read on for more information about how we do this.
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