Welcome to How To Sue! Our website is dedicated to providing quality and free legal advice on a range of areas of law, all with the aim of showing you how to sue and how to claim.

We pride ourselves on our quality of service and in providing access to free legal advice. We understand how traumatic and distressing legal issues can be, and without having the know-how it can sometimes feel overwhelming.

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How To Sue

We’re here to remove that pressure and give you the helping hand you need. On our page, you can find useful guides that walk you through the process of making all manner of claims, from how to sue your employer to how to sue the council.

And for more support, our friendly advisers are on hand 24 hours a day, 7 days per week to answer any questions you may have. If you wanted to make a claim, they can help you with that too by offering you a free case check.

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After going over your case with you, they can advise you on your options, one of which may be to connect you with our panel of specialist lawyers. We can offer you support and guidance with the following types of claims:

Personal Injury Claims

We’re specialists in personal injury law. Our panel of personal injury lawyer has decades of combined experience. They know the ins and outs of the process, can dismantle and translate complex processes and jargon in clear ways, and will strive to ensure you recover the compensation that you deserve.

We can support you with a range of different cases within the field of personal injury, from injuries at work to allergic reactions at restaurants. Below, you can see what we could help you with.

  • Accidents at work
  • Road traffic accidents
  • Accidents in a public place
  • Allergic reactions
  • Slips, trips and falls

Personal Injury Compensation Calculator

It’s possible to gain an idea of how much compensation you could be entitled to for the injuries you’ve sustained. One way to achieve this is to use a free compensation calculator tool.

A tool like this can provide a useful service. Simply enter the details of your case, highlighting where you were injured and how severe those injuries are, and you’ll be provided with an estimate of the potential compensation payout you could receive.

Personal injury compensation calculator tools can also help assess the chances of success if you went on to pursue a claim. For instance, there are a number of qualifying criteria when it comes to making a personal injury claim:

  • Did the defendant owe you a duty of care?
  • Did they breach this duty?
  • As a result of their breach, did you suffer harm?

You would need to be able to answer yes to all of the above, and this is achieved through supporting evidence.

It’s also important to bring a claim within time. Under the Limitation Act 1980, all claims have a set period in which they can be made. With regards to personal injury, you would have:

  • 3 years from the date of the accident
  • Or 3 years from the date you obtained knowledge that the defendant’s acts or omissions at least partially contributed to your injuries.

So if you’re looking for further advice on how to sue and whether or not a claim would be a viable option, a compensation calculator tool can help. To find out how much compensation you could claim use this free tool at www.HowMuchCompensation.co.uk.

How To Sue A Company?

In order to sue a company in the UK or outside of the UK, you must be able to prove what happened, prove that you had financial losses or a personal injury or you were harmed by it, and demonstrate that your harm or losses was caused by the company’s negligence or mistakes.

Medical Negligence Claims

Many of us find the prospect of undergoing medical procedures stressful enough. We place our trust in professionals to see that no avoidable harm befalls us. However, this expectation isn’t always met. And in those particular circumstances, it may be possible to seek compensation to account for the harm caused.

Our panel of lawyers can help with a range of medical negligence claims, including:

  • Medical misdiagnosis
  • Negligent medical advice
  • Birth or pregnancy injuries
  • Never Events
  • Prescription and medication errors
  • Surgical negligence

Data Breach Claims

Data breach law is a fast-developing area, one that has grown out of improper handling of personal and private information.

Over recent years, big companies like British Airways and the Marriott Hotels Group have been fined tens of millions of pounds by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) for massive breaches of data protection laws like the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Data Protection Act 2018.

Victims of data breaches can suffer identity theft, credit score damage, financial losses, and the sharing of their address, telephone number, and identifying information like gender and date of birth. A big consequence of data breaches is psychological harm. Stress, anxiety, sleeplessness and depression can all stem from serious data breaches, and this can have a knock-on effect on the rest of your life, such as work and relationships. Also to get a great service on compensation claims visit Bonus Lawyers for more information.

We can help with data breaches committed by:

  • Housing associations
  • Medical organisations
  • Universities
  • Banks
  • Private companies

Our No Win No Fee Service

To ensure you get access to the best legal service possible without risking your finances, we offer a No Win No Fee agreement to all of our clients. This is a term you may have heard before, but has anyone ever explained what it means exactly?

In short, if you don’t win your case, you don’t have to pay any of your solicitor’s fees.

There aren’t any fees to pay to begin your claim, nor will you be charged any fees while the claim is ongoing, no matter how long it takes.

If the claim is successful, your lawyer will take a small portion, called a success fee, from your compensation. This is capped by law. It’s used to help cover their costs in pursuing your case, which can run into the thousands.

If you have any questions about No Win No Fee agreements, our claims team will be more than happy to answer them.