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Kaizen Law Solicitors Choosing the right solicitor is an essential factor when it comes to achieving a favourable outcome in your Credit Hire or Personal Injury claim. And with so many different solicitors that claim to be specialists in all sectors, it can become a very daunting experience. But here at Kaizen Law Solicitors we specialise only in Credit Hire and Personal Injury claims.

We tailor our service to suit you and your case, to show you just how important your legal matter is to us. So make sure you get it right first time and choose Kaizen Law Solicitors to handle your claim.

read more › Kaizen Law is a forward thinking law firm specialising within the Credit Hire, Civil/Commercial and Personal Injury sector. Our team of trained professionals work tirelessly to see that you are given the legal services that you deserve, so you can relax knowing that your case is in the best hands possible. We have adapted our services to suit our clients' needs with innovative technological tools such phone app facilities. We apply our expertise to all areas of the firm, which translates to efficiencies for each of our clients.

read more › Over 3 million people are injured through accidents every year and in most cases it's through no fault of their own. No one plans for something like this to happen, but Kaizen Law wants to be there for you if it ever does. Many people view the claims process as being long and complicated and this may deter people from knowing if they are entitled to make a Personal Injury claim. But if you choose the right people to help you with your claim, the process can be straightforward and stress free. If you have been injured within the last 3 years as a result of an accident, you might be eligible to make a personal injury claim, where you can get compensation from who ever is really responsible for your injury.

read more › Our team of expert solicitors believe that you should be compensated for the damaged caused by someone else's negligence. The claims process is not just restricted to the driver of the vehicle, you can claim for personal injury as a passenger, pedestrian or even a cyclist involved in a road traffic accident. The injuries suffered in a road traffic accident can range from mild bruising to broken bones which will all be taken into consideration and claimed for. We also understand that sometimes these type of accidents can affect a person more than just physically, it can have a detrimental impact psychologically and someone's day to day life.

read more › Statistics showed that last year the majority of people working in full-time employment admitted to spending more time at work than they did at home. When this is the case you have every right to want to feel safe in your workplace. It is your employer's legal responsibility to ensure that all procedures are in place to ensure employee safety. But when these responsibilities are neglected someone can get injured through no fault of their own, which can have a negative impact on not only their chosen profession but on their daily life.

read more › Certainly not the most uncommon of accidents, most of the time a trip can be caused by nothing else but our own clumsiness. However, on the rare occasion where you have slipped or fallen and it was not your fault, you may be able to make a claim. A slip or trip can be caused by the negligence of others, for example, someone not moving wires from a walkway or not cleaning up a wet floor. For example, in a public place, if wet floors and trip hazards are not marked with signs to warn the public, the occupier of the premises may be held negligent due to the risk of slips and trips that they pose.

read more › Many people are not aware that they are eligible to make a personal injury claim if they have been criminally injured. This includes being injured directly as a result of a crime, as an innocent bystander or even if you tried to prevent a criminal act. Kaizen Law understands that this kind of situation can really impact a person not only physically, but sometimes, more psychologically and also have a negative impact on those closest to them. Here at Kaizen Law we believe that you should be entitled to claim back what you deserve after an injury of this nature, irrespective of the criminal being charged or even caught for the crime.

read more › Be that a family holiday, business trip or just visiting family. If you have an accident or fall ill while abroad, you are able to claim for compensation irrespective of if the country is within the EU or not. Different countries and their different law policies will not have an impact on your right to claim. So if your injury was a slip by the pool, or if you got food poisoning from your hotel restaurant, your claim is still valid. We understand that an accident abroad cannot just ruin your trip but it can also leave you struggling with expensive medical bills.

read more › Claiming for public liability means that you have been injured in a public area that id the responsibility of a certain company, person or council. This could be a supermarket, gym or even a car park. The maintenance of this property is the responsibility of the owner and they should ensure that the property is safe and will not cause harm for public use. And failure to uphold this maintenance is classed as negligence on their behalf. This could be slipping on a wet floor that has not been marked in a supermarket or falling over a trip hazard in the gym.

read more › Kaizen Law Solicitors supports clients with their personal injury claims on a no-win-no-fee basis. This means that as a client, you won't put yourself at any financial risk. If your case isn't successful you don't pay a penny, and if you do win, then you will keep all of the compensation awarded. We promise our clients 100 percent compensation and no hidden costs for successful injury claims. We aspire to be completely transparent on pricing from the beginning, so none of our clients will ever be surprised at the end of the process.

read more › From the outset Solicitors at Kaizen Law have been involved in Credit Hire and consistently seek to find ways and means of combating the many issues that continue to this day to plague CHO's. At Kaizen Law we understand that from a Credit Hire Organisation point of view, cash flow and expertise in recovering Credit Hire charges are important factors. Kaizen Law are committed to providing the highest quality expert service both to the Client and the Credit Hire Organisation (CHO) and look for opportunities to settle cases for the correct figure at an early stage.

read more › At Kaizen Law, we pride ourselves on offering a compassionate, supportive service to our clients on what can sometimes be a very sensitive subject. Our experienced Immigration Law department offer a variety of services providing our clients with a fast, helpful and highly customer focused service at very competitive rates. We offer a multi-lingual service so that our clients feel confident they are heard and are assured they are accurately represented at all times. Our Immigration team listens carefully to our clients, working hard at reducing their worries by providing a culturally aware service, so that anyone seeking our advice can be comfortable knowing we will endeavour to meet their expectations.

read more › There are no such rules to be obeyed by EEA nationals to enter in the UK, however, citizens of some of the countries like Bulgaria and Romania will need permission to work in the UK. For this purpose they will require to apply for an accession worker card. The family members of Bulgarian and Romanian nationals will be allowed to live and work in the UK given that their European family member are exercising their treaty rights. If you wish to apply for UK EEA & Swiss National visa and need professional assistance, please do not hesitate to contact Kaizen Law Solicitors at 01204 867 556.

read more › The citizens who belong to Commonwealth member Countries and one of their grandparents was born in the UK; they will have the chance to apply under this category to enter the UK. They must meet the applied conditions to be fulfilled before applying for permission to enter the UK. The citizens of the Commonwealth Countries must be at least 17 years of age and one of their grandparents must be born in the UK. The successful applicants will have the rights to live and work in the UK and can support themselves and their dependents in terms of accommodation and day to day needs.

read more › Naturalisation is the process through which a person can obtain British Citizenship given that he/she meets a certain criteria. Applicants present in the UK under different immigration categories can apply for naturalisation after they receive Indefinite Leave to Remain in the UK (ILR). However, such applicants would need to prove that they have been residing and have settled in the UK for a minimum period of 5 years and that they were granted Indefinite Leave to Remain at least 1 year prior to the application for naturalisation.

read more › Entry clearance is a procedure which is used by the Entry Clearance Officers at British missions overseas to check if a person qualifies under the immigration rules to entry in the UK. The citizens of EU and EEA are exempted from applying for entry clearance. If any of the applicants have failed in obtaining entry clearance, the applicants may be given the right of appeal on the decision made by the Immigration Officer. The applicants may apply for appeal on different grounds and are advised for appeal against the entry clearance officer's decision within 28 days of the date of receipt of the refusal letter.

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