Many people throughout the UK are becoming more aware of the unnecessary bank charges they are being forced to pay by financial institutions. Perhaps due to the widespread nature of this issue and the increasing pressure on banks to repay their unfair charges, many customers are understandably seeking financial compensation for their poor treatment.
More and more people throughout the UK are beginning to consider making financial compensation claims for PPI or ‘payment protection insurance’ which has been mis-sold to them. This form of insurance was originally sold to customers by providers in order to ensure them against any risks which would leave the customer unable to repay their debts.
Accident compensation is paid to an individual who makes a claim for the financial losses they have incurred due to the fault of another person. Accident compensation is awarded to an individual that has suffered physically, emotionally and financially due to an accident that resulted in injury.
The legal world is currently rife with compensation claims being made against businesses, other individuals, companies and government corporations. Compensation is paid to those who have suffered physically, financially or emotionally due to the actions or negligence of another person or organisation.
Financial compensation claims are becoming increasingly common, and indeed a surprising number of people throughout the UK will unfortunately become involved in an accident at work resulting in injury compensation at some point in their lives. If you believe you have suffered as a result of an accident that wasn’t your fault, you may be entitled to make a substantial and virtually risk free injury compensation claim.
Personal injury solicitors specialise in reclaiming financial compensation for clients who have been hurt as a result of an accident or injury which may have occurred through no fault of their own. These claims involving injury solicitors have become increasingly widespread, due to the fact that many people involved in accidents or injuries of this sort often have a right to claim a substantial financial settlement in the event of a successful case.
‘No win no fee’, otherwise known as a condition fee arrangement, is an arrangement made between an individual who wishes to make a compensation claim and a solicitor who is willing to represent them. A ‘no win no fee’ agreement means that if the solicitor who is representing the claimant fails to win the case, the individual does not have to pay a penny.
No win no fee solicitors have become an increasingly popular choice throughout the UK for many potential claimants who wish to secure financial compensation. The fact remains that bringing a case to court can be an expensive process, and for many, the associated costs of making a compensation claim of this nature can be an expensive gamble.
Payment protection is a form of insurance which insures an individual who takes out a loan. The insurance is in place to ensure that if the individual should suddenly become unable to pay the monthly instalments back on the loan, due to illness, injury or sudden unemployment, the payment protection will come in to play and continue to make the monthly instalments until the individual is back in the financial position to do so.
Personal payment protection (PPI) is insurance that is paid on top of any form of loan such as a mortgage or credit card, which is in place to insure the individual in the situation that sudden illness or injury renders them unable to continue making the monthly repayments on the loan.