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Hello, this is Jim and I am a dual-qualified lawyer (UK & Republic of Ireland) happy to help you today.
A no win no fee lawyer would only take on the case if there are good prospects of success, i.e. 51% (or it is too risky for them for not getting paid to act for you). However, some firms would look in to your case in more detail than others - the one I recommend is Serious Injury Law Solicitors - www.seriousinjurylaw.co.uk and telephone: 0800 616681
Your witness evidence would be key (and anyone else who could confirm what you allege) - medical records would normally be essential - though if a medical expert (the law firm would instruct one for you) says that the Hep C was as a result of the RTA, their evidence would be used to advance a claim on your behalf. There is a limitation issue with the accident occurring so long ago but the limitation period can be set aside if the medical expert can address this in their evidence too.
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