We are independent solicitors: 100% focused on getting the best outcome for our clients
Personal injuries, whatever the cause, can have a devastating effect on the lives of the victim and their family. The trauma of a serious debilitating injury should not be compounded by needless financial suffering. If you are less able to work as a result of an injury, then you should be recuperating with access to medical care and support.
You should not have to return to work before you are fully recovered, even if you are not going to receive sick pay from your employer. Indeed, doing so can aggravate and prolong an injury. The financial compensation to which you are entitled will not give you back your health, but it will make it easier to get back on your feet and obtain the best possible treatment for your condition without loss of earnings.
Representation on a fully no-win-no-fee basis
We believe that justice should be available to all and that no one should be left out of pocket (win or lose) by pursuing a legitimate claim for damages. If your claim is successful, we will recover our costs from the other side.
Personal injury law is complex, but by entrusting your case to us you can ensure that you obtain the optimum result in a reasonable period of time. We are fully independent professionals, only interested in obtaining the compensation that you deserve.
General & special damages
There are two types of compensation potentially available for your injury claim, known as special and general damages. General damages compensate you for the injury itself (for example, pain and suffering) and the amount is set by the court. Special damages compensate you for actual financial losses that you have incurred as a result of the injury up to the date of the court hearing. This would include damage to clothing and personal belongings, the costs of private medical care and the costs of repairing a car or hiring a replacement.
There are different time limits that apply to claims for personal injury. It is important to get in touch with a solicitor as soon as possible so that you can stay on top of these. The courts may extend time limits when the circumstances of the case require it, so if even if it has been some time since your injury occurred, please get in touch and we can advise you as to your options.