Personal injury compensation claims

A personal injury can be anything from minor cuts and bruises, to muscle strains and sprains, to fractures and broken bones to the more serious head injuries, brain injuries and spinal cord injuries.

Personal injuries may be sustained as a result of a road accident, an accident at work such as a scaffolding accident, a slip or fall in a supermarket, a horse riding accident, other sporting accidents or in any number of ways. Injuries can be both physical and psychological and it is important to seek advice and treatment for both.

There are a range of common injuries sustained as a result of road accidents. Whiplash injury and knee injuries are common during car accidents. Head injuries are frequent as a result of motor cycle accidents especially when helmets are not worn.

Those involved in road accidents may also suffer from post traumatic stress syndrome after the accident which may lead to a fear and mental inability to drive. This may be helped by counselling or various therapy techniques.

How can I make a personal injury compensation claim?
Following a car accident it is likely that you will want to make a personal injury compensation claim. Whether the injuries you sustained were minor or more severe compensation may help you to continue with your life. Our team of personal injury solicitors will be able to advise you and guide you through the compensation claims process.

All of our personal injury claims are no win no fee guaranteed so you will not have to pay anything in the event that your case is unsuccessful, meaning you have nothing to lose and everything to gain when it comes to making a claim with us.

Call 0800 78 38 846 to find out more about our claims service or start the ball rolling with your personal injury compensation claim.



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*Where replacement vehicle costs can be recovered from the insurance company of the person who caused the accident. Where this person is untraceable or uninsured, or where there is a dispute over liability, a replacement vehicle cannot be provided.