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No win no fee, is time is running out

Northwich Solicitor Sarah Allison

No win no fee, is time is running out ? Making a compensation claim for accident without charge in England and Wales is becoming more difficult after changes to the law announced in 2015. The budget statement provides that the government is set to remove the right to injury damages for minor soft tissue injuries and increase the small claims limit for personal injury claims from £1,000 to £5,000. Stonehewer Moss have developed specialist knowledge dealing with accident claims for compensation over the past 13 years, trading as the nation personal injury claims firm Personal Injury Practice. It is more important than ever to have your personal injury claim case assessed by a lawyer with the experience to assess your case early and identify your case strengths and weaknesses , to increase the chance of gaining compensation with the benefit of lawyer representation without charge under a conditional fee agreement “no win no fee”.

If you have injured yourself in a car accident, at work, on holiday or visiting a public place ensure the claim is pursued without hitches by contact the Personal Injury Practice on a no win no fee solicitors basis. As Stonehewer Moss develops departments and expands to meet most of your legal needs, The Personal Injury Practice will remain at the core of injury claims service, building on 13 years of specialism and benefiting from a positive approach to assessing your case strengths and weaknesses, so vital now government changes could mean that backing the wrong horse in terms of your representation could mean your case  is abandoned after a lot of stress and trouble by another firm because they lacked the insight or expertise to identify those problems with your case at an early stage. How your case is presented early on is vital to the chances of success and choosing a weak representative, such as a non specialist claim company or lawyer, could be fatal to your chances later on. At the Stonehewer Moss/Personal Injury Practice there is a team of lawyers and newly appointed partner Sarah Alison handles the complex claims and will assess most new instructions with senior partner Dominic Moss, an accredited specialist and Fellow with the national personal injury lawyers association, APIL.

No win no fee, is time is running out ? Don’t delay,

for a free no obligation assessment of your case email or telephone 01606 872200


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Sarah Allison

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