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If your child has been involved in an accident and suffered an injury, in addition to wondering how long it might take you to recover, you may also be concerned about how much it might cost you to make a compensation claim on their behalf. Can you really pursue a claim without incurring any costs?
To assess whether this is possible you need to understand the basics of the Legal System (no long essay for you to read, just a brief outline). In Scotland the law states that if someone injures you due to their negligence, you are entitled to compensation and to ALSO recover your legal costs. It is this law that means that the cost of your child's claim will be paid by the insurance company of the person at fault in ADDITION TO your child's compensation claim.
If the compensation claim is not successful, your child will be protected by an insurance policy that your solicitor will arrange for you. This will be a conditional fee agreement insurance policy, which is the document you will be offered at the beginning of your claim which enables you to make a 'No Win No Fee' claim on behalf of your child.
Therefore, the two options for you are:
You really can make a claim for compensation and be fully protected from the prospects of having to pay a substantial amount of money if you win or lose your child's claim.
Finally, you might be thinking there is a catch, do Loyalty Law make a charge for their service?
No. The cost of our service to you is completely free of charge. Our solicitor members see us as a marketing tool to help them find excellent new clients just like you. Therefore, they pay a membership fee to be a part of Loyalty Law. However, that membership fee is not passed onto you in any way, shape or form and it does not deteriorate from the level of customer service that we expect. If a solicitor does not constantly meet the high levels of customer service they will be removed from the Loyalty Law membership.
For more information see our No Win No Fee Claims section.
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Why not make a free enquiry now by contacting us in one of the following ways to find out if and how much you can claim (no cost and no obligation to proceed, we are here to help):-