Check your eligibility
There are two ways in which you can check if you’re eligible to make a no win no fee claim for your accident.
- Use the above claims eligibility checker to find out in 60 seconds whether you can make a claim.
- Call us for free on 1800 106 107 and speak with one of our friendly advisors.
When you call, we will need to ask you some questions about your accident and the aftermath in order to assess whether you’re eligible for no win no fee. We understand how difficult this may be for you and those around you so we will treat your case with the care and empathy you deserve.
When calling us, you are under no obligation to proceed and we will never pressure you into starting a claim.
Assessment and lodgement
When you contact us, we will perform an assessment based on strict eligibility criteria. If we deem your claim to be valid for our ‘no win, no dramas guarantee’ case, our legal professionals, with your go ahead, will launch the necessary legal proceeding. If you do not qualify for our guarantee, we will let you know and advise you of your options.
If you are making a claim on behalf of someone else, this also applies. We will advise you on the necessary steps and assist you in this difficult time.
As your claim progresses, we will keep you up to date. If you require clarification or further information on any points of the claim, you can contact your solicitor at any time.
Types of claims
We can help you recover compensation for a range of injuries including:
- Motor Vehicle Accidents
- Cases of medical Negligence
- Workplace deafness
- Back injuries
- Serious injury
- Workers compensation
- Asbestosis claims
- Public liability
- And many more
What to do next
The first action most plaintiffs take when looking to start a claim is finding out if whether they are eligible or not which is why we created our eligibility checker.
If you’re thinking about making a claim or just need more information, then you can call Millner and Knight on 1800 106 107.
Or, read our full no win no fee terms and conditions.