Personal Injury

If you are injured as a result of an accident which was not your fault, then you may be entitled to compensation.

From slips or falls to car accidents and accidents at work, we have experience in dealing with these claims and as your local solicitors, you won’t need to deal with a middle man – we can give you the right advice direct.

No win, No fee

As well as offering a completely free initial consultation, we offer a “no win, no fee” arrangement for personal injury claims. This ensures that you will get every penny of the compensation awarded to you. Where necessary, we can also arrange legal expenses insurance cover for you.

Personal service

Our in-house team comprises of specialist solicitors including members of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers, as well as experienced support staff.

We have access to comprehensive support services, including medical and other experts to help document and support your claim.

Our clients are both local and distant; sometimes abroad. Wherever you live, if you are eligible for compensation you can still make a claim. If you are local to the area we are happy to see you at any of our offices, or elsewhere by arrangement with you. If not, or if you prefer, we can often take instructions from you by telephone.

Types of accident

You could have been involved in a car accident, a trip or a fall. Perhaps you were injured whilst using defective equipment or equipment you were not properly trained to use. There are many different circumstances that can result in personal injury and give rise to a claim for compensation.

  • Road Traffic Collisions
  • Slips, trips or falls caused by defective pavements or road surfaces
  • Industrial accidents/accidents at work
  • Professional negligence
  • Accidents as a result of poorly signposted/illuminated roadworks
  • Objects left in dangerous/precarious positions causing injury
  • Injury due to a criminal act committed by a third party

Making a claim

You can usually only make a claim for personal injury within 3 years of the date of the accident in which you were involved. Sometimes a court may be prepared to allow a claim to go ahead outside this time period and that is something we would discuss with you, if appropriate.

In general, though, the 3 year rule applies and so if you think you have a claim, then don’t delay and contact us today for an initial assessment.

Please note that if your claim has been rejected by another solicitor it does not mean we won’t consider it.