I acted for a client on a no win, no fee basis after they were injured working as a security guard for a large company. The accident occurred when my client was signing in a visitor near to some security barriers.
The proposed changes to the current ‘no win no fee’ legislation have been in the news recently. The Government has been attacking personal injury solicitors for pursuing claims on behalf of their clients, without explaining that these officers of the court are the last line of defence for many innocent victims.
If you have a trip or slip on a pavement, who is responsible? And what should you do?
In my personal injury law practice, trips and slips on pavements are some of the most common types of injury claim. Like my last blog, it’s important that as you take the relevant steps in preparing the groundwork to make sure that your personal injury claim has the best chance of being successful.
By Mike Greenstein, personal injury solicitor at Goodge Law, London
Any decent no win-no fee solicitor will try to take on a case that has a good chance of success. Thankfully, I’ve got a good record of winning personal injury cases such as trips and slips at work.
“Mike Greenstein (Goodge Law Solicitors) called me back in Germany after I tried to find a solicitor online to help me with an injury claim in London. The advice and information he gave me was very profound and helpful. I had an EXCELLENT impression and can only recommend Mike and his law firm! Thank you Mike Greenstein!”
- Sabine K
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