We are your local personal injury solicitors in Exeter. If you’ve been injured in an accident, our experienced injury lawyers can advise whether you may have a claim for compensation. We offer different ways to fund cases including conditional fee agreements, also known as ‘no win no fee’.
What is personal injury?
Personal injury is physical, psychological or emotional harm resulting from someone else’s negligent behaviour. Types of personal injury include:
- Accidents on the road
- Accidents at work
- Accidents in a public place
- Accidents on holiday
- Injuries from a defective product
- Industrial disease
There are time limits on taking legal action so it is important that you seek advice from a personal injury lawyer as soon as you possibly can.
If you appoint us, a named personal injury solicitor will support your case from start to finish and keep you informed throughout the process. We will start by meeting with you to discuss your claim, the process and possible outcomes. We will discuss with you the funding options available for your case, including ‘no win no fee’, and advise which funding method best suits your financial position. We will help you to understand your rights.
Your injury solicitor will assist in seeking appropriate treatment to support your recovery and ensure that your case runs smoothly.
Contact us to talk to one of our injury lawyers.
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