Make a personal injury claim with No Deductions
Make your personal injury claim with PM Law through our No Success Fee Deduction Service and when we win you’ll keep 100% of your compensation free from any success fee deductions.
Because of changes in the law most solicitors, who may advertise a ‘No Win, No Fee’ service, charge their clients a success fee of up to 25% of the damages awarded… but we don’t spend a fortune on advertising, we’re very careful with our money so we don’t need to make a deduction from your damages* …and that ensures our clients keep 100% of their compensation.
Law changes in personal injury claims
Changes in the Law have affected the way personal injury claims are funded:
Solicitor ‘success fees’ are no longer recoverable from a losing defendant
The government has banned referral fees so law firms can’t pay accident management companies for cases
Be aware! Solicitors may advertise ‘No Win, No Fee’ but that doesn’t mean they won’t charge you if you win
So, if you’re awarded £5,000 in compensation, you may lose £1,250 to a solicitor
From our offices in Sheffield, Liverpool, Colchester, Maidenhead and Glasgow we provide a truly national service to injured victims of non-fault accidents for more than 20 years. Our team of personal injury specialists will continually strive to achieve the best results for you within the shortest practical timeframe.
To discuss your compensation claim please contact us via;
Telephone: 0114 220 1782
or complete the form on this page and we’ll call you back.
You can be assured of a bespoke service that will provide you with the compensation you deserve – with no success fee deductions from your compensation.
We are here to help.
* You may need insurance to cover any risks in your claim. If you have purchased legal expense cover with your motor or home insurance you may be able to use this to cover those risks and you will not have to pay a penny. If not you may wish to buy a “no win no fee” insurance product. Our team will advise you about your options based on your individual circumstances.