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Thousands of people are injured in accidents every year in the UK - on the road, at work, in the home, in public places. In some cases, particularly in the home, the injured person is the victim of his own actions and no one else is to blame. However, outside the home the injury may be caused by the negligent act of another party eg. motorist, employer, local authority, owners/occupiers of premises such as shops restaurants, offices and could be eligible to make a No Win No Fee Compensation claim.

In cases where negligence can be proved, the injured person may have legal right to compensation for pain and suffering, permanent injury and/or financial losses associated with the accident. In order to pursue such a claim the victim will need the assistance of a solicitor and this has sometimes deterred people from claiming. However the introduction of the "No Win No Fee Compensation in recent years means that persons with a claim to pursue need not be put off by the fear of expensive legal fees.

Cyclist knocked over by car
Mr G was knocked off his bicycle by a car pulling out of a side road, fracturing his left leg. The defendant insurers blamed him for the accident alleging he had ridden on the pavement and not given way to their car. Cooks obtained photographs and sketch plans of the accident site and agreed with Mr G to issue his claim. As soon as the documents were lodged with the Court, the defendant insurers accepted liability and settled the claim in the sum of £5,420.58. He said:
"Excellent service – I cannot thank you enough for all the help and advice that I received from my Solicitor. No regrets choosing Cooks Legal 100%."
Mr G from Middlesex

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Examples of Compensation Awards for Injury Claims*
Serious Back Injury
Wrist Injury
Serious Neck Injury
Serious Hand Injury
Ankle Injury
Serious Knee Injury
Serious Head Injury

*damages for loss of earnings and other losses and expenses are commonly paid in addition to the injury award and will vary in each case