If you suffered an injury you could be entitled to claim compensation if it can be proved that someone else was responsible for the accident, even if you were partially to blame.
In the majority of claims it is an insurance company that is responsible for the payment of compensation, not the individual involved in the accident.
You may be entitled to claim:
You may already have legal expenses insurance. Your insurance company may refer you to a solicitor anywhere in the country whom you will probably never meet. In many cases you can choose your own solicitor at no extra cost.
We can offer you the same assistance with the benefit of a personal service and local knowledge.
We offer a “no win, no fee” service in appropriate cases.
We can assist you with the following:
You can’t account for other peoples’ driving. It is estimated that 95% of road traffic accidents are caused by driver error.
Common complaints are whiplash and back and head injuries. It can take time to recover from these.
A claim can be made if you were a cyclist, pedestrian, driver or passenger in a vehicle, even if the other party is untraced or uninsured.
We will deal with the claims process to obtain the best compensation for you with as little stress and hassle for you as possible.
We will explain everything clearly and let you know what you can claim for.
Your employer has a legal duty to maintain health and safety standards at your place of work.
If you suffer an accident as a result of a breach of this duty, you may be entitled to claim compensation.
If you haven’t received the right training or don’t have the right equipment, sometimes an accident you have caused may not be your fault.
We can offer you advice and guidance, explaining the procedures involved in making a claim in straightforward terms.
You may have tripped or slipped in a public place, indoors or outdoors. We all know that accidents can happen, but if they could have been prevented by those responsible for the property or pavement then you may be entitled to compensation.
People slip, trip and fall due to a variety of causes such as damaged pavements, roads, flooring, carpets, wet and slippery surfaces.
To help us with your claim, take a photograph of the cause of your slip, trip or fall. It is useful to place an everyday well known object in the photo to show the scale of the problem. If there were any witnesses, please ask them for their contact details.
We understand how traumatic these accidents can be and can offer advice and support on your chances of being able to claim as well as on how to go about making a claim and the evidence you will need.
If you have lost someone close to you as a result of an accident, compensation may be payable, particularly if you were financially dependent.
Parents can be unsure about whether they can make compensation claims on behalf of their children when they are injured. If your child is injured due to someone else’s negligence you may be entitled to make a claim for compensation on their behalf.
The process for making a claim on behalf of a child is more involved than for adults to ensure that their best interests are protected at all times.
Children can be injured in much the same circumstances as adults.
Some of the circumstances in which we may be able to assist are:
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