Personal injury claims advice
If you have suffered an injury after an accident that wasn’t your fault, then you could be entitled to make a claim for compensation.
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Here at Cute Injury we provide a wealth of help and advice to give you the information you need to pursue a personal injury compensation claim.
It is often the case that people who have suffered an injury or illness due to the negligence of someone else simply do not know what to do next, or are not sure whether they can make a claim or not.
We make the whole process simple and transparent, so you know your rights and are able to make a claim for the compensation you deserve.
Use our special personal injury calculator to work out how much compensation you could be entitled to:
Personal injury claims we can help you with
We work with experienced and professional personal injury solicitors that could help you win compensation for a range of different types of personal injury claim, including:
Get in touch with Cute Injury now to learn more about how we can potentially help you claim and receive the compensation you may be entitled to.
We provide professional, impartial advice from the outset.
How much compensation can you claim?
This is one of the most common questions we get asked. The level of compensation you could be awarded is dependent on many factors, including the type and severity of injury you have suffered and what losses you have incurred as a result of your injuries.
Read our guide to personal injury claims payouts
We also have a useful guide on how much compensation you can claim for whiplash and a medical negligence compensation calculator – so you can get a better idea of how much your potential payout could be.
Any personal injury compensation payout is made up of two types of damages: General damages and Special damages.
What are General Damages?
General damages are usually paid out as a lump sum and are designed to compensate the Claimant for the general pain, suffering and loss of amenity suffered as a result of the injury or illness.
The amount of general damages paid out depends on the level of impact the illness or injury has had on your day to day life.
What are Special Damages?
Special damages compensate you for any expenses incurred as a direct result of your accident or illness. Such expenses commonly include any loss of earnings as a result of missing work, any medication, care or rehabilitation costs you have had to pay out, any travel costs and anything else you have had to pay because of your injury.
No Win No Fee*
The term No Win No Fee* means that your solicitor agrees to represent you on the basis that if for some reason your claim is unsuccessful, you will not have to pay them anything.
However, if you win your case, your solicitor will recover their basic legal costs and expenses from the other side.
You will not be expected to pay any upfront fees when entering into this type of agreement.
Why make a claim with Cute Injury?
By using our services we can provide our clients with:
- Access to a claims helpline
- A No Win No Fee service
- No unexpected costs
- Nothing to pay if your claim is unsuccessful
What we need from you
In order to help and provide the best claims advice possible, we will need the following information from you…
To establish the details of your case, we will need to know:
- the date of the accident, where and how it happened
- the contact details for any witnesses
- the details of your injuries, medical diagnosis and treatment received
- whether you are a member of a trade union or you have legal expenses insurance policies, as this may entitle you to free or reduced-cost legal representation.
In addition, we may also need details of:
- proof of your loss of earnings and other financial expenses that are due to your injury
- documents relating to any insurance policies you have (such as household or motor insurance) to check whether these will cover the legal costs of your claim
- any evidence that can be used to support your claim, including documents from before your accident or previous accidents in similar circumstances.
If you have suffered an injury and would like to learn more, read our guides on different types of personal injury below: