I have a judgment how can I enforce it?
We can take on your case for you and arrange for enforcement either in the County Court of High Court depending on the size of your judgment. Please click here for details of enforcement options or contact us for further details.
What is the process for recovering a debt?
Our service can be tailored to meet your needs. Please click here to see a flowchart of the standard recovery process or contact us for more information.
Do you do free first interview?
Yes, we will always offer you a free initial interview and free initial advice, even if we then conclude that for whatever reason we are unable to take up your case on a ‘no win no fee’ basis. It will therefore never cost you anything to seek initial advice from us and you have nothing to lose in doing so.
Can I claim on behalf of my parent who has been hurt in a care home?
Yes you can, if it appears that your parent may have been injured as a result of an avoidable incident or accident whilst being cared for. If your parent is still mentally competent they would need to make their own decision as to whether they wish to pursue a claim for compensation. If your parent’s mental condition means that they cannot make decisions for themselves, then you can certainly pursue a claim on their behalf.
What is criminal injury compensation?
This is a government funded scheme designed to compensate the innocent victims of any violent crime for their injuries. If you have been the victim of an assault or of any incident which has caused you physical or psychological harm as a result of a crime you must report it to the police as soon as possible and then cooperate with any police investigation. You should then seek legal advice as soon as possible as there is a strict two-year time limit to submit an application to the relevant government department, which is known as the Criminal Injury Compensation Authority.
Can I sue my beauty therapist for injuries to me?
Yes, depending on whether any problems that you have experienced or injury that you have suffered can be proven to be a result of negligence on the part of a therapist. This is an increasingly common issue and you should always seek professional legal advice to assess whether you have the basis for a claim in these circumstances.
I have been injured at the hairdressers, can I sue?
Yes, potentially you can, depending on the cause of any injury and whether it may have been caused or contributed to by negligence on the part of your hairdresser. Seek legal advice at an early stage and make a note of what happened, in particular take note of any products that were used on your hair which may have caused you a problem.
I have been on holiday and have been sick, can I claim?
Yes, potentially you can claim compensation in these circumstances, depending on the cause of your illness. It is easier to claim if you have been ill while on an all-inclusive package holiday. Again, you should seek legal advice at an early stage to determine whether you do have a viable claim in these circumstances.
I have had a car accident, what should I do now?
The first thing to do is to make sure that you have taken a note of the other driver’s full details, including their name and address, their registration number and their insurance details if possible. You should then notify your own insurers that you have been involved in an accident and you should contact your solicitor to seek legal advice at an early stage. As your insurer will advise, on no account should you admit liability for the accident at the scene, even if you think that it may have been your fault - you could be mistaken
I have been injured at work, what should I do next?
You should try to ensure that any accident or injury has been recorded by your employer in an accident book. You should then contact your solicitor as soon as possible to seek legal advice and you should write out a straightforward account of what happened while the events are still fresh in your mind.