Areas of Law / Personal Injury

Have you suffered an injury? Unsure of whether you can make a personal injury claim?

Suffering an accident is stressful enough but pursuing a compensation claim shouldn’t be a burden. Let our legal advisors support you through this difficult time. Whatever your question we can provide the legal answers you require. From whether you are eligible to receive compensation, to the funding options available to you. And best of all, it won’t cost you a penny.

What can I claim for?

Personal injury law covers all sorts of incidents. These can be split into six main categories:

  • Accident at work claims
  • Claims against local authorities or companies
  • Industrial disease claims
  • Road traffic accident claims
  • Serious injury claims
  • Slip, trip and fall claims

Can’t see your accident on this list? Don’t panic. Our personal injury lawyers deal with all types of injury claims, often on a no win no fee basis. When making a claim, you will be compensated not only for the pain and suffering you have experienced as a result of the accident / illness, but also for any loss of amenity or expenses that have come as a direct result of the incident.

Am I eligible to claim compensation?

If you have suffered physical or psychological discomfort because of another person or organisation’s negligence then you can claim compensation for personal injury. A specialist personal injury solicitor will be guide you through what you will need to do and what you will need to prove in order to make a successful claim.
Compensation can cover you for loss of earnings, medical expenses and rehabilitation costs. Whatever you need to get back on your feet.

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Personal Injury Questions

My daughter was seriously injured in a car accident two years ago. It’s unlikely she will be able to work again. She’s planning to move out of her council flat and buy a home of her own with the compensation she’s due to receive. But we wondered whether this would affect her entitlement to benefits?

My daughter and I were injured in a road accident, but it turned out that the driver’s MoT had run out and her insurance is void. What will our position be?

Four years ago I was involved in a car accident in which I was the innocent party. In December I was awarded £10,000 for injuries and other damages, and a cheque for £1,000 has been sent to me with the balance to come from the courts. Am I entitled to interest on the £10,000 from the date of the accident?

My wife was knocked over in a pub two months ago and cut her shin badly. The wound is only just starting to heal. We were advised to put in a claim for compensation, but I’m told we won’t get very far because no bones were broken.

I was going into a pub and slipped on spilt beer at the entrance. I asked the landlord why he hadn’t mopped it up, but he told me the brewery had sent him a letter saying to leave well alone: it was an “Act of God”. Surely that’s no reason to leave a hazard on your doorstep?

About 18 months ago I was knocked off my bike by a car. I’ve had 16 operations, and may eventually lose my leg above the knee. The driver has been convicted of driving without due care and attention. At the time I signed up with a claims franchise, which is charging 25% of any compensation. Is this appropriate?

In the past I’ve been led to believe that if you lend a neighbour a stepladder to repair his guttering or his roof and he has an accident you can be held liable. Is this correct?

A tyre blew out on my son’s car several months ago and caused a bad accident. My son and his friends were injured, and the car, which was only three months old, was written off. Have we any claim against the tyre manufacturer for such a fault?

Our local club has been told that in the event of an accident to a member, the officers of the club can be sued for damages. Is this true?

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