NO WIN, NO FEE PERSONAL INJURY SOLICITORS IN LEEDS, WAKEFIELD, BRADFORD, MANCHESTER AND LONDON
If you have been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence, the personal injury solicitors at Levi Solicitors LLP can help you claim compensation to help you back on your feet.
Our relationship with you is our absolute priority. We deliver an efficient, personal service and are committed to providing clear advice. We will explain everything to you along the way, clearly and in plain English.
We offer a FREE personal injury case assessment service. So if you are not sure if you have a claim, contact us today for a no obligation initial discussion. It can’t hurt to ask!
WHY CHOOSE OUR PERSONAL INJURY SOLICITORS?
Unlike most personal injury solicitors, we do not charge a success fee on top of our standard charges. This means that you are likely to receive a higher proportion of your damages than if you instructed solicitors who charge a success fee.
Click here for more information in relation to our commitment to giving you the best possible deal on your personal injury claim.
Your claim will be handled by a qualified personal injury solicitor with extensive experience in maximising the damages you receive for your personal injury claim. You will always speak directly to your solicitor, and never to a call centre.
Mrs M, Wakefield
I would like to thank both you [Karen] and John for all your help with my claim… I was kept in the loop at all stages without me having to chase for updates. I was very pleased with the service I received from both John and yourself and would recommend Levis to friends and family.
Mr B, Wakefield
Great communication. A very friendly & approachable team who resolved our issues with ease and within a short period of time. Much appreciated.
Mr S & Miss S
Hayley and I would like to thank John James and Levis for your excellent handling of this case. We could not have chosen a better firm or individuals to represent her.
WHAT CAN OUR PERSONAL INJURY SOLICITORS DO FOR YOU?
For further information about some of the most common types of personal injury claims we handle, please choose one of the below:
What is a personal injury claim
If you suffer injuries as a result of the actions (or inaction) of someone else, then you may be entitled to make a claim for those injuries and any other losses caused by that person. The award you receive if your claim is successful is called “damages”.
Do I have a claim?
There are a number of different scenarios that may lead to an accident / injury occurring, such as:
• Road Traffic Accident (as a driver, a passenger or a pedestrian)
• An accident whilst at work (tripping over something, falling off something, being struck by something etc)
• An accident in a public place (e.g. supermarket, shopping centre, train station, in the street)
• A failure by a medical professional, resulting in you suffering injuries that should not have occurred (e.g. botched surgery, laser treatment, tattoo removal)
• Mis-diagnosis of a more serious injury or illness (e.g. doctors failed to spot a hernia, tumour etc)
• Assaults (which have been reported to the police).
Who can bring a personal injury claim?
Anyone who believes they have been injured and it was not their fault. There is no age restriction or exclusion. The court protects children and vulnerable people – their claims are brought by a responsible person on their behalf (i.e. family member, carer).
What type of losses can I claim for?
If your loss arose because of the accident, you are entitled to try and recover it. So, on top of damages for your personal injuries (which we will calculate for you), you can recover other losses such as:
• Medical expenses, e.g. prescriptions, painkillers, physiotherapy, massages etc;
• Recovering your damaged vehicle and having it stored;
• Hiring a replacement vehicle while yours is out of action;
• Travel costs, e.g. taxi / bus fares, parking charges at hospitals;
• Care and assistance; e.g. if you need extra help from family or friends performing everyday tasks or home treatment;
•Loss of wages, including future losses if you cannot go back to work;
• Damaged clothing or other possessions damaged in the accident.
How do I know if my claim is worth pursuing?
Before we take on your case, we offer a 30-minute free consultation, during which we will discuss the circumstances of your claim and advise you whether we think your claim stands a good chance of being successful. We will never proceed with a claim we do not think we can win.
Will I have to go to court?
In the vast majority of cases, the chances of your claim reaching court are very low. The only way it may go to court is if the person / party against whom you are claiming either:
• refuses to accept they were responsible for causing your injuries,
• denies that you were even injured and/or
• does not agree to the value of your damages.
In most cases, the parties are able to agree a settlement because it can be very expensive to go to court. If it looks like the other party is not going to settle your claim, we will advise well in advance whether it is necessary to start the court process. Even if it is, your claim may still not end up in court.
How much is my claim worth?
The value of your damages depends on a variety of factors. In simple terms, the more serious your injury is and the greater the effect it has had on your life, the higher the value of your damages are likely to be.
How long will it take to receive my money?
It will take longer to resolve your claim if your injuries are more serious. Injuries often take a long time to improve, and sometimes are permanent. It is important we get the right medical evidence to make sure you receive the right amount of damages. Claims for whiplash injuries in road traffic accidents may only take three to six months to resolve, whilst complicated medical negligence or serious injury cases could take several years to conclude.
How do I pay for Levi Solicitors’ services?
In the majority of our cases, we act on a “No Win, No Fee” basis. This means that if your claim is not successful, you do not pay us any of our legal charges. If your claim is successful, the paying party will pay some or all of our charges. If we do not recover all of our charges, there may be a small amount remaining which is payable by you. However, this amount is deducted from your final damages payment, so we never ask you to pay our charges directly out of your pocket. We provide further details on our No Win, No Fee agreement here
Do you charge a 25% success fee if I win my claim?
Unlike a large majority of other law firms, we do not charge a success fee. This means there is no additional charge added to your bill or taken from your damages if your claim is successful. In all cases, we will do our very best to ensure you receive all of your compensation, without any deductions.
GET IN TOUCH
With personal injury solicitors in Leeds (central and north), Wakefield, Bradford, Manchester and London, we can bring our experience and knowledge to your claim, no matter where you are. So if you’re not sure if you have a claim, it can’t hurt to ask us!
We successfully concluded a claim for multiple injuries sustained by our client in a serious road traffic accident. After two years of preparation and numerous medical examinations and meetings, the insurers of the at-fault driver agreed to settle our client’s claim in the final sum of £380,000.00.
We represented a pedestrian who was struck on the pavement by a reckless driver, causing him to sustain injuries to his shoulder, back and legs, as well as suffering from flashbacks and psychological trauma. We recovered £50,000.00 for our client from the driver’s insurers.
April 2017 (2)
Another of our clients was involved in a very serious road traffic accident in 2015, in which unfortunately two occupants were killed. Our client sustained arm and chest injuries, along with post-traumatic stress. Our client accepted an offer from the insurers to settle her claim in the sum of £80,000.00.
We acted on behalf of an elderly resident of a care home who had been subject to inadequate care, resulting in her leg being broken. The home admitted it had treated her negligently, and agreed to pay £12,000.00 in damages.