DON’T ALLOW THE GOVERNMENT TO REMOVE YOUR RIGHT TO COMPENSATION
‘No Win, No Fee’ Rule Change by UK Government will result in claimants being forced to use their compensation to pay fees.
It will also make it far more difficult for you to pursue a legitimate claim and therefore to receive the compensation you are due.
Claims Careline believe this will make it virtually impossible for many innocent victims involved in road traffic accidents and other claim types to be properly compensated for the losses they have suffered due to the negligence of others.
SUMMARY: Offering services on a wide range of claims and claim settlement areas, Claims Careline urges clients to oppose changes to ‘No Win, No Fee’ rules, as proposed by the government.
With an expert panel of solicitors, Claims Careline specialises in settling claims in an efficient, proactive manner to ensure that its clients receive the best levels of compensation. Through its website, ClaimsCareline.co.uk, the team provides ‘No Win, No Fee’ specialists for all types of compensation claims, including accident claims, negligence claims and tax rebates.
Under the current ‘No Win, No Fee’ system utilised by ClaimsCareline.co.uk the solicitors’ legal fees for an accident and claim compensation are paid by the defendants – the big insurance companies acting for those who are responsible for injuries and losses.
Recently, however, the new Government has announced plans to change the current legal system to end ‘No Win, No Fee’ agreements for accident victims. This new system proposes that instead of the defendants paying the solicitors’ legal fees, the injured party will have to make the payment from their compensation – with the solicitor taking 25%+VAT out of that compensation.
ClaimsCareline.co.uk considers that the parties benefitting from this new system are neither the client nor the solicitor, but the big insurance companies who currently pay the costs!
Consumers have a short window to stop these changes from being officially imposed. The more people voicing out, the better the chance of stopping the Government from changing the current system. As such, the Access to Justice Action Group has written a letter to the local Member of the Parliament to voice out this complaint.
Do you believe it is unfair that you receive 25% less in compensation than you do today? If you do, fill out your complete address details at this link on http://www.accesstojusticeactiongroup.co.uk. This will auto populate a letter of objection written on our behalf by a solicitor and send it to your local MP on your behalf.
For more information visit http://www.accesstojusticeactiongroup.co.uk