Making an Evri dog bite compensation claim on a no win – no fee basis.
If you wish to make an Evri dog bite compensation claim on a no win, no fee basis then contact us for a free case assessment. Call freephone 0333 888 0435 or email [email protected]
The dog bite solicitor, James McNally, looks at the legal considerations for making an Evri dog bite compensation claim.
Hermes have recently rebranded as Evri. Announcing the rebranding, the company’s CEO proudly declared that, “it heralds a new culture and an even better way of doing things in an ever-evolving world, building on our achievements and successes.” But where does that leave an Evri courier who has been attacked by a dog whilst making a delivery?
Dog bite injuries can have serious financial implications for delivery drivers, particularly self-employed couriers. A courier will often find that injuries resulting from a dog attack prevent them from completing routes and consequently they will suffer a loss of earnings.
Recovering compensation, both for the injury itself and the financial repercussions, is therefore crucial and our team of specialist lawyers is here to help. We recognise that funding a legal claim can be particularly difficult, which is why we offer to work on a no win, no fee basis.
Our dog bite team is recommended by The Legal 500 and has an enviable track record of securing compensation for couriers and delivery drivers across England and Wales This includes drivers working for Hermes/Evri. For an idea of what we can do, you can read this case study of a successful claim we made on behalf of a Hermes driver who was bitten by a customer’s Border Collie and received compensation in an out of court settlement.
So, if you are an Evri courier who has been bitten by a dog then get in touch with us for free guidance on how we can assist you in recovering compensation for your injuries and financial losses on a no win – no fee basis.
For a free, no obligation chat about a an Evri dog bite compensation claim call James on 0333 888 0435 or email [email protected]