If you’ve been injured in an accident, our experienced personal injury lawyers can advise whether you may have a claim for compensation. We offer different ways to fund injury cases including conditional fee agreements, also known as ‘no win no fee’.
Personal injury is physical, psychological or emotional harm resulting from someone else’s negligent behaviour. If you suffer an injury or become unwell because of someone’s breach of their duty to you, then you may be entitled to claim compensation.
Making an injury claim
Our personal injury lawyers specialise in a number of areas, including:
- Accidents on the road
- Accidents at work
- Accidents in a public place
- Accidents on holiday
- Injuries from a defective product
- Industrial disease
You need to be able to show that you have suffered a loss due to the action or inaction of someone who owes you a duty of care. These include people like employers, other road users or people in charge of property. There are time limits on taking legal action so it is important that you seek legal advice as soon as you possibly can.
How we work
A named lawyer will support your case from start to finish and keep you informed throughout. We will start by meeting with you to discuss your injury claim, the process and possible outcomes. Your lawyer will be able to assist in seeking appropriate treatment to support your recovery and will ensure that your case runs smoothly.
Before we start working for you, we will agree with you:
- exactly what needs to be done
- who will be doing the work
- how much it will cost or how the fee will be calculated
We will discuss with you the funding options available for your injury case, including ‘no win no fee’, and advise which funding method best suits your financial position.
Get in touch
Contact us to discuss your claim with a personal injury lawyer from our disputes and claims team.
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