Making a personal injury compensation claim
Being injured in an accident is an unpleasant experience, sadly however, accidents happen all the time. People who have been injured in non fault accidents have the option to make compensation claim in order to look to the future. If negligence has left you or a loved one with an injury following a road traffic accident or an accident at work then we can help you to get personal injury compensation and move on with your life.
Replacement car and vehicle repairs
If your car has been damaged in an accident that was not your fault then we can help you to get back on the road as soon as possible. We will arrange a replacement car for you and arrange for your car to be repaired. This will not cost you anything as all costs will be recovered from the person at fault's insurance company. See replacement car and vehicle repairs for more information.
Personal injury solicitors
All our solicitors are highly experienced in the field of personal injury law and can help you with any injury or type of accident claim. As members of the Law Society’s personal injury panel they are fully accredited and able to help you with any aspect of this complex law.
No win, no fee
Our lawyers work on a no win, no fee basis. This means that you pay no up front costs to make a compensation claim. What's more, if your claim is unsuccessful, you will be protected from costs. See no win, no fee for more information.
Types of accident
No matter what type of injury you have sustained we can help you to move on with your life. We have helped hundreds of people who have been injured because of someone else’s actions.
Making your compensation claim
To make your compensation claim all you need to do is pick up the phone and call us. We will assess the viability of your claim and then if you chose to continue we will assign a personal injury solicitor who has experience in your type of claim. Call free on 0800 78 38 846 or click here to contact us online to discuss your compensation claim.
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