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Our lawyers are members of the Solicitors Regulation Authority panel of personal injury experts¹. We deal with motor accident compensation claims claims using a no win no fee arrangement. We operate the no win no fee scheme otherwise known as a conditional fee agreement. No legal charge is payable unless the legal case is won and the client obtains an award of compensation. In the event that the legal claim is lost there is no charge made to the client.

HELPLINE 0845 177 0509

Damges Awards

Anyone who has been injured in a collision that was not their fault has a legal right to make a motor accident compensation claim for the pain, suffering and financial loss that they have suffered. Relatives and dependants of the innocent victim of a fatal accident are also entitled to claim. Compensation payable is divided into 'special damages' and 'general damages' :-

    Special Damages represents compensation for financial loss that can be calculated accurately and does not need assessment. These losses may also include future losses and there are special mathematical procedures for calculating these losses. Loss of earnings is generally estimated using the victims average weekly wage in the 13-week period prior to the injury and multiplying this by the time off work. In cases where the injury reduces the ability to earn or is severe enough to force the victim to leave their job, the victim is also entitled to damages for future loss of earnings which is estimated based the earnings that the victim would have achieved in the future but for the injury. In addition a claim can be made for many other financial losses and expenses all of which form part of the Special Damages claim which is the direct financial loss that the victim has suffered as a result of the accident.

    General Damages represents compensation for loss that cannot be calculated with any degree of certainty and must be wholly or partially assessed, the main item of which is usually pain, suffering and loss of amenity. The value of these items is usually assessed by the judge in the case following review of medical reports and records and after consideration of legal guidelines published by the "Judicial Studies Board" and previously decided motor accident compensation claim settlements.

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Time Limits

If you've suffered a personal injury after a vehicle collision, you are legally entitled to make a motor accident compensation claim. For the claim to be successful, it must be established that the accident was the result of another person’s negligence and you must make sure that you either settle the claim by agreement or that you issue proceedings in a court of law no later than 3 years after the accident.

HELPLINE 0845 177 0509

Specialist Personal Injury Solicitors

If you would like to talk to a lawyer without any obligation about motor accident compensation claims, just complete the contact form or use the helpline and a specialist personal injury solicitor will speak to you on the phone. Our solicitors are committed to helping victims and their families get the financial support they deserve.

HELPLINE 0845 177 0509


¹England and Wales - ² Excluding untraced Motor Insurers Bureau claims - ©Copyright 2004 All Rights Reserved