Personal Injury Lawyers Manchester : No Win, No Fee
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Personal Injury Lawyers Manchester
Beacon Law are a specialist personal injury firm of specialist personal injury solicitors based in Manchester (Cheadle). Our personal injury lawyers, Manchester offer a wide range of legal services to clients and assist them throughout the claims process for all types of personal injury and accident claims.
We are a team personal injury solicitors who strive every day to achieve the best possible results for our clients.
Our experienced and friendly legal team are proud to work for one of the North West’s leading personal injury law firms, and their enthusiasm is apparent in their efforts to obtain the best possible results for our clients.
We recover large amounts of personal injury compensation each year which helps our clients to get their lives back on track.
If you have been involved in an accident that wasn’t your fault, you may be entitled to compensation from the party responsible for your injuries. Beacon Law can assist you in recovering the highest levels of compensation for your personal injury, so contact us today for a free initial consultation.
Personal Injury Lawyers Manchester : Our Services
The wide range of personal injury cases we deal with include, but are not limited to, compensation claims for the following:
- Slips, Trips and Falls
- Road Traffic Accidents
- Accidents at Work
- Medical Negligence claims
- Animal Attacks
- Criminal Injury Claims (CICA)
- Catastrophic Injuries
- Professional Negligence
If you have sustained an injury in any type of accident as a result of someone else’s negligence or failure to comply with relevant health and safety laws, you may be able to make a claim for compensation. Get in touch today to find out of we can help.
About Beacon Law
Beacon Law was originally founded in 2002 by Karen Sproston, and traded for almost ten years as “Sprostons Solicitors”.
Karen previously worked in a number of personal injury law firms in Manchester, ranging from the very small, to the very large firms.
Karen founded the firm with the belief that she could take the positives from both types of law firm firm; the friendly, approachable, down-to-earth and personal service of a small firm, with the efficient systems and resources and absolute specialism and expertise of the larger firms. And so, Sprostons Solicitors was born.
In 2010, Mark Brierley became a partner in the firm, giving a further injection of youthful enthusiasm and energy. Mark has been keen to ensure that the firm continuously upgrades and improves its service and has strong involvement with the development of the firm’s cutting edge IT systems to allow claims to be handled efficiently, and in order that we can meet the changing needs and requirements of our clients in the way we interact with them.
In October 2011 the firm changed its name to Beacon Law, which was named after Karen’s second guide dog. To find out more about our firm, have a look at our “About Us” Section.
No Win, No Fee Personal Injury Lawyers, Manchester
We are proud to say that we work on a ‘no win no fee’ basis. This means that you are unlikely to be required to pay any fees if your case is unsuccessful. If your case is successful, our success fee will be deducted from your damages on conclusion of your case. The success fee is capped at 25%.
We always offer our no win, no fee agreement in conjunction with an ATE insurance policy so that you will not incur any personal liability for your opponent’s costs if the claim were to fail.
If you lose, you will not be required to pay for the insurance. If your claim is successful, you will be responsible for the payment of our success fee and the insurance premium which would be deducted from your final award of compensation.
More details can be provided around our retainer and ATE insurance premium during your initial consultation. Have a look at our funding section for more details.
Making a Personal Injury Claim
You will be eligible to make a personal injury claim if it is likely we can prove that you suffered an injury due to the negligence of a third party. This third party could be your employer, a road user, the manager of a building, the local council or a medical facility.
You have three years from the date of your accident to lodge your claim with the court. As some personal injury claims can be particularly complex, we would recommend starting your claim as early as possible to avoid the claim becoming statute barred.
The amount of compensation you will receive will depend on a number of factors, including the severity of your injuries, the impact the injuries have had on your life, as well as any additional financial losses, such as loss of earnings for time off work and medical expenses.
Personal injury claims can take a few months, to three years to settle depending on the circumstances and the complexities of the case.
Contact Beacon Law today to find out more about making your personal injury claim and get the compensation you deserve.
Why Choose Beacon Law
Beacon Law are a leading firm of personal injury lawyers, Manchester offering a range of services to our clients. We provide a high level of service to all our clients and work hard to ensure they receive the best level of compensation for their injuries.
We work closely with all clients, following their instructions whilst providing specialist legal advice on each case. We aim to support all our clients throughout a time which is already difficult, and provide the best case management possible throughout all legal proceedings.
If you require advice on a potential case or assistance from our personal injury solicitors in Manchester, please contact us on 0330 1332 857. Alternatively, please complete our online form, and a Personal Injury expert will contact you to discuss your potential case.
Beacon Law are Solicitors registered in England and Wales. We are authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
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