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Lytham St Anne’s Personal Injury Solicitors – No Win No Fee Claims

Lytham-St-Annes personal injury solicitors

Lytham-St-Annes personal injury solicitors

If you’ve been involved in an accident in Lytham St Anne’s which you believe was caused by somebody else are looking to make a compensation claim, then Legal Expert can help.

We are a specialist personal injury solicitor with years of experience in making claims and advising our clients what the chances of success for their particular claim are.

This guide will help you to choose a high quality personal injury solicitor for your case, show you how no win no fee works, and detail some of the more common claims made.

What is a personal injury claim?

A claim for compensation for a personal injury is when you, or your solicitor, ask another person to compensate you financially for financial loss and personal injury because you believe that they were responsible for the accident.

A specialist solicitor will gather supporting evidence to make the claim more credible and provide the defendant with the evidence to show how serious the accident was, how it impacted the claimant and why they believe the defendant is responsible.

How can we help victims of accidents to claim compensation?

Legal Expert have a panel of specialist solicitors with many years’ experience of making claims and we will offer that with our no win no fee service.

We provide free legal advice, a free initial consultation and a professional service to ensure all claims are investigated fully and lodged in a timely manner.

Your rights to claim compensation

Legal Expert, and any injury specialist, must be able to prove a few points to ensure a compensation claim is successful.

If you’ve been involved in an accident in Lytham St Anne’s and want to proceed with a claim, then it needs to be proven that:

  • The defendant (the person you blame) had a duty of care towards you,
  • That they breached that duty of care (or their staff or contactor did),
  • And that because of that breach you became injured.

It can sometimes be difficult to understand whether all of the above are true but that’s what our specialist advisers are for. So if you’re not sure, give them a call today and let us help you to decide if you have a solid case for compensation.

Five things to consider when choosing your solicitor

It may seem quite daunting when seeking out the right solicitor to make your personal injury claim and, it is possible, that some people simply give up because of the complexities or the worries about the costs charged but we’d recommend the following steps are undertaken when trying to choose the right personal injury lawyer to take your case forward:

  • Ensure that the solicitor you’re considering offers a no win no fee service as it is the most risk-free way to make a claim.
  • Choose a solicitor with many years’ experience in personal injury claims, don’t choose a solicitor simply because they were the one you used to complete your house purchase or similar service.
  • Look for a solicitor with above average or high rate of success
  • Ensure that, when you speak with the firm directly, that you get along with the solicitor or advisor as these are the people you’re going to have to deal with and will have a big impact on your future.
  • Check out the online reviews for the solicitor as well as client feedback is often the most honest (see next section).

Read reviews of legal services in your area

A really good starting point when looking for the right solicitor is their publicly available reviews. Most solicitors will have a page on their website with testimonials provided by recent customers but it’s also worth checking on independent sites to get a varied range of reviews.

Look for the level of satisfaction from previous clients, were they happy with the amount of compensation received, would the recommend the solicitor or use them again and generally what is the vibe about the particular injury lawyer you’re researching.

Location is less important than experience

Commonly, clients ask us if they have to use a personal injury solicitor in Lytham St Anne’s if their accident was in that area, but the simple answer is no.

The office location of a solicitor is completely irrelevant as most communication between a solicitor and their client is done by email, telephone and sometimes by letters sent in the post.

That said, we do ensure that any medical professional we use is as local as possible so that claimants don’t need to travel far to receive treatment or be assessed.

The following table shows a sample of the medical professionals in the Lytham St Anne’s area who provide medical assessments and treatment for Legal Expert Clients:

Medical ExpertAddress CityPostcode
Vikesh Kashyap Unicorn House
141 Mowbray Drive
BlackpoolFY3 7UN
Saleh Al-AliUnicorn House
141 Mowbray Drive
BlackpoolFY3 7UN
Mohammed Safdar259 Whitegate DriveBlackpoolFY3 9JL
Alba Sanchez
259 Whitegate DriveBlackpoolFY3 9JL
Ayaz Abbasi259 Whitegate DriveBlackpoolFY3 9JL

Common personal injury claim categories

As mentioned earlier, Legal Expert are a personal injury solicitor that can deal with any type of accident in Lytham St Anne’s and elsewhere, but the following sections describe some of the more common cases we deal with:

Make an industrial disease claim

Industrial diseases are often not made until many years after they were actually caused because claimants don’t actually find out until later in life when a doctor diagnoses an industrial disease.

Common types of industrial disease include:

If you believe that you’ve recently been diagnosed with one of these industrial conditions because of inadequate work practices then please contact our team to find out if there’s a chance of making a successful compensation claim.

Make a medical negligence claim

Medical negligence or malpractice claims are made when you’ve become ill or injured while receiving treatment or surgery by a medical professional. All practitioners have a duty of care to patients to ensure they are treated competently and in a timely manner so claims can be made against a health authority or provider if a doctor, nurse, surgeon, carer or dentist causes the patient to be injured.

Claims can be made for malpractice such as:

  • Mis-diagnosis
  • Late diagnosis
  • Late or delayed treatment
  • Errors in surgery
  • Damage caused by out of date or defective equipment
  • Birth related injuries
  • Infections caused while staying in a hospital

These can be quite complex cases, so we’ve written a much fuller guide to medical negligence.

Make a trip or fall injury claim

Trips, slips and falls can seem innocuous at time that the accident occurs, but they can lead to very serious injuries that require multiple trips to surgery and sometimes claimants never fully recover from the injuries.

A slip or trip that is caused by somebody else’s negligence could be eligible for compensation such as:

  • Where a floor was wet or too slippery but there were no warning signs.
  • Where a trip hazard was masked because the lighting in the area was broken or inadequate.
  • If a floor, pathway or kerbstone was damaged and had not been repaired.

In any of these cases Legal Expert could help if you’ve had a slip or trip in Lytham St Anne’s.

Make a serious injury claim

More complex accidents and subsequent injuries can be deemed as serious because of the level of treatment required or the impact the accident has on the claimant’s life.

A serious injury can require a large amount of work to prepare for and a lot of evidence, medical expertise and expert witness statements to prove how the defendant was to blame for the accident and to prove the severity of the injuries.

It is therefore advisable to lodge a compensation claim for a serious injury as soon as it is possible to do so to give your personal injury lawyer as much time to gather evidence as possible.

All claims in the UK must be made within 3 years of the accident occurring or from when you are told about your injuries (by a doctor for instance).

How to make a personal injury claim at work

There is plenty of legislation in place in the UK, mainly covered by the Health And Safety At Work Act 1974, which provides employees with protection while at work and makes claiming compensation for work place accidents easier.

All employers have a duty of care to provide a safe working environment by ensuring staff are fully trained, safety equipment is provided and maintaining workplace equipment to ensure it is safe to use.

If you believe your employer has failed in its duty of care towards you then you can make a compensation claim against them without the fear of any disciplinary action being made against you.

Lytham St Anne’s local area authority recorded workplace accidents

The table below shows all accidents registered with the HSE for the Blackpool area over a 3 year period:

Work accidents in Blackpool Local Authority HSE2011/122012/132013/14
Electrical injury101
Machinery related1074
Fire related (e.g. burns)011
Harmful substance exposure 1306
Fall from height (such as ladders or scaffolding)181213
Lifting and handling injuries665534
Physical attack331023
Slip, trip or fall (not from height)836159
Struck against1318
Hit by moving vehicle211
Hit by object201616
Animal related (such as biting)200
Trapped by something collapsing102

Lytham St Anne’s workplace accidents are included within these stats as Blackpool is the local authority that covers the area.

How to make a personal injury claim for a car or road traffic accident

Road traffic accidents in the UK are obviously very common. Some are fairly minor, but others can cause life-changing or life-threatening injuries and compensation can be sought if your accident was caused by another driver’s mistake.

If you’re involved in a car collision in Lytham St Anne’s, then it is worth trying to remember to:

  • Photograph the scene of the accident
  • Get the other drivers name, address and insurers details
  • Gather dashcam evidence
  • Obtain any witnesses details
  • Contact the emergency services where required
  • Ensure you receive any medical treatment or assessment

Bear in mind also that Legal Expert can help with claims where the other driver can’t be identified (hit and run) or doesn’t have adequate insurance as there are schemes in place that help with these types of claims.

Statistics for serious injury or deaths caused by vehicle accidents in this local authority area

The table that follows shows the most serious and fatal road traffic accident statistics over a 3-year period for the Blackpool Local Authority which includes Lytham St Annes:

Car occupants212113
Annual total598563

No win no fee accident and injury claim

A solicitor offering a no win no fee agreement still has to do the same work as a more traditional solicitor that charges by the hour, so it could be said they have to work even harder to ensure your claim has much chance of success as possible.

When you sign up to no win no fee, you’ll agree a percentage of the compensation that will be paid to the solicitor if they win the case. If they don’t win then you won’t have to pay them anything and there are no up front or hourly fees either which makes no win no fee risk free.

What will I have to pay my solicitor and when?

When using a no win no fee agreement your solicitor will only charge you their agreed fee if they win you some compensation.

They will simply retain their percentage of the payment and then send the rest to you, so you’ll never actually have to transfer any money to the solicitor for their services. Of course, if they lose, then you don’t pay them at all.

How to learn more before making a claim

You may still have unanswered questions about your claim and if so, we’d recommend that you take a look around our website as it is full of useful resources that will likely be able to answer any outstanding questions.

If you are still unsure if you’re going to claim or don’t know what your next step should be regarding your accident in Lytham St Anne’s claim then please don’t hesitate to contact one of our experts to ensure that your questions are answered correctly and from a knowledgeable source.

Talk to us today

Hopefully, having read this guide about personal injury solicitors who deal with accident claims in Lytham St Anne’s, you’re now ready to ask Legal Expert to begin your claim for you. If so, then you can contact us by:

Begin your claim today using Legal Expert and we’ll start off with a free initial consultation to understand your accident and how we can help to make a claim.

How to get help in the Lytham St Anne’s area after an accident

If you have had an accident in Lytham St Anne’s then there are a number of organisations, other than Legal Expert, that you may need to contact so we’ve listed them below for your convenience:

Blackpool Magistrates Court
Civic Centre
Chapel Street
Opening Times: 8.30 till close of business
Telephone: 01253 757 000

Clifton Hospital
Blackpool Teaching Hospitals
Pershore Road
Lytham St Anne’s
Telephone: 01253 300000

Other Useful Resources
Here are some more guides from our site which may prove useful:

Accident Claims – a full guide on how the accident claims process works in full including typical amounts of compensation.

Fatal Accident Claims – A guide that covers what to do in the tragic event of a fatal accident

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