01. Will I have to go to court?

Less than 2% of cases end up in Court because most cases are settled by negotiation between the parties. This means that you are most likely to receive your damages without having to go to Court as our solicitors will negotiate these with the Insurance company on your behalf.

02. How long will it take?

If it is a straight forward case, three to twelve months. More complicated cases or cases where there are disputes can take longer. Much depends upon the exact circumstances of the case. The specialist solicitor that we appoint to act for you will always be able to advise you on the progress of your claim as well as on the level of your compensation.

03. What is “No win no fee”?

If your claim is unsuccessful, you will not be charged anything providing you have not misled or have failed to co-operate with your solicitor. The Claim Ok will put you in touch with a solicitor on our panel who will act on your behalf under this agreement.

04. What type of cases do you cover?

We will listen to all your cases, but mainly deal with accidents at work, road traffic accidents or slips and trips. We deal with cases no matter how large or small they are. If it is not an area of our expertise we can put you in contact with highly experienced solicitors and your case will be in safe hands.

05. When should I make my claim?

The sooner you make your claim, the better it is. However, the general ruling is that you have until it reaches three years after your accident, to make your claim. If there is a serious injury or illness involved in the case, you have three years after you are aware of the injury.

06. How much will I get?

Please contact That will depend on your injuries. Compensation claims are in two parts: injury and financial loss such as loss of earnings, medical expenses etc. Awards vary from a thousand pounds or less, in smaller cases, to multi million pound awards in substantial serious injury cases.  The specialist solicitor that we appoint to act for you will be able to advise you about the level of your compensation. Claim Ok to ask your own question.

07. Ask your own question

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