Personal Injury Compensation Claims

If you’ve been injured in an accident that was the fault of others that was on the road, in the workplace in a public space or even a private site you may be entitled to claim personal injury compensation. 

A personal injury is classed as any physical or psychological injury that has been caused by someone else, which has been or is currently impacting your daily life.

The law requires that UK employers and the owners or occupiers of premises to take reasonable steps in order to ensure people’s safety. 

Not doing so, can mean they are then legally liable for any accident or injury that occurs from their direct action, failure to act or negligence and you may be entitled to compensation.

If you have suffered an injury or illness due to someone else in the last 3 years we can help you seek the justice you deserve.

Claiming compensation may set you on the right path once more to get your life back on track and any settlement you receive could assist with medical care and rehabilitation and make up for any lost earnings and expenses that you’ve incurred because of your injury.

Our expert personal injury lawyers have successfully helped our clients claim for personal injury compensation in the following circumstance:

  • Accidents in Public Places
  • Accidents in Places of Work or Business
  • Accidents in Schools, Colleges, Shops or Supermarkets
  • Injuries from Dog Bites or Unleashed Dogs Causing Accidents
  • Injuries Caused by Faulty Goods
  • Injuries Caused by Substandard Services (e.g. hair & beauty treatments)
  • Holiday Injury Claims
  • Road Traffic Accidents (RTA)

Get in touch for a free, no obligation consultation to find out if we can work with you to get the money you deserve

What We Need

To ensure the solicitor can put your case forward effectively, there will be some information that you must provide.

This will vary depending on your circumstances, but generally, they will need to know:

  • The date and time of the accident.
  • Details of the person or company considered responsible.
  • Where the incident occurred.
  • What injuries you suffered.
  • Any medical advice or treatment you have had received since.
  • Whether or not the incident/injury has already been reported to the party at fault.
  • Any documentation held in support of the claim such as any photographs, correspondence, receipts or reports.

    How much Personal Injury Compensation will I receive?

    The amount of personal injury compensation you may be entitled to will depend on your individual circumstances and will consider the seriousness of your injuries you sustained, the impact that the accident has had on your life together with any expenses you’ve paid, or will need to pay, as a result of the incident.

    If you have a successful personal injury claim, the compensation will consider several factors:

    • Your loss of earnings, which can also include overtime and bonus payments.
    • Spending and expenses incurred because of your injury, including transport costs and parking.
    • Treatment costs.
    • Costs of external help, such as carers or physiotherapists.
    • The cost of holidays or other expenditures that you have been unable to enjoy because of your injury.
    • Things you may have purchased to assist in your recovery.