Here at the National Accident Helpline, we understand that getting back on your feet following a personal injury is no easy task. Often you have suffered not just physically, but financially too. This is why we have been working since 1993 to help people like you claim the compensation you need on a no win no fee basis
What is no win no fee?
The No Win No Fee system was put in place in 1995 to give people access to justice, replacing legal aid. The main aim of no win no fee is to ensure that claimants do not have to pay a fee if they lose their claim which lessens the risk involved when making a claim. However, at the National Accident Helpline we go one step further and ensure that you will always take home 100% of your compensation, because if you win, your solicitors fees will be recovered from the other side on top of any compensation awarded.
How can we help with your no win no fee claim?
At National Accident Helpline we make accident claims simple. We put you in touch with one of our local specialist solicitors who will keep you informed every step of the way and explain the no win no fee process to you.
Each claimant who calls us will have their claim assessed - our team will decide whether they feel you are eligible to make a no win no fee claim. If they decide you are eligible, they can transfer you directly to a personal injury solicitor in your area - you could be talking to a solicitor and starting your claim in minutes!
There's no need to feel like an underdog when making a no win no fee claim - even if you are claiming against large organisations or local councils - National Accident Helpline will be with you every step of the way.
And the best bit? There are no hidden costs. If you win, you should keep 100% of the compensation. And even if you lose, you will not have to pay a fee.
For more information call our team of friendly advisors or fill out a short claim online form and we will get back to you. It really is that simple.
You can also print off an introductory guide to the no win no fee claims process. Click here to get the PDF document.