Do you have a claim for compensation?
Our friendly injury lawyers are specialists in dealing with personal injury claims and we can advise you whether you may have a claim for personal injury compensation after an accident.
Do I have a personal injury claim?
If you are injured or become unwell because of someone’s breach of their duty to you, then you may be entitled to claim personal injury compensation. 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.
If you are in any doubt as to whether or not you have a personal injury claim you should seek legal advice. We will need to know the circumstances of the accident and we will make an assessment about whether it is something we may be able to help with. We can usually act on a no win no fee agreement.
Our specialist personal injury lawyers are here to make things easier for you and your family. Contact us to discuss your personal injury compensation claim.
The Government have made changes to the claims process for low value road traffic accident-related personal injury claims, commonly referred to as ‘whiplash claims’.
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