Funding your Claim

If you are pursuing a claim for personal injury compensation it is very important that your solicitor advising you on your personal injury claim considers with you at the first discussion the most appropriate method to fund your personal injury claim.

There are a variety of options to fund a personal injury case which a personal injury solicitor should consider with their client before advising upon how best to pursue the claim.

At Rogers & Norton we always provide a free initial interview which is without obligation. Within that interview we will discuss with you the best method for funding your personal injury claim and take you through all of the relevant options.

As solicitors and expert personal injury lawyers we are regulated by the Law Society, members of the Law Society’s Personal Injury Panel and members of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers It is important that any solicitor advising you on your claim considers the use of a:

  • Private Instruction
  • Before the Event insurance
  • No Win No Fee Agreement, otherwise known as a Conditional Fee Agreement.

Whilst a No Win No Fee Agreement may be the most appropriate option there are often other methods of funding a case which may be better suited to the particular client and therefore we will consider with you all options before concluding with you upon the best method for funding the case. Once we have agreed to accept your instructions we will set out to you in writing our recommendations for funding your personal injury case.

We follow the Law Society’s client care code and will ensure that you are provided with full details as regard to the options available for funding your personal injury claim and our reasons for recommending the method of funding for the claim which we propose.

The methods of financing the claim will be discussed with you when you contact the Rogers & Norton National Accident Helpline on freephone 0800 7834035 when we contact you in response to the submission of your claim form.

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