Personal Injury Compensation Claims

If you have been injured in an accident that was not your fault – whether on the road, in the workplace, or even a public space, you may be entitled to claim personal injury compensation.  

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

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.

Our panel of expert lawyers have successfully assisted clients in their claim for personal injury compensation, in the following circumstances:

  • 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)

Please get in touch for a free, no obligation consultation to find out if we can help you to get the compensation you deserve

What Next?

Get in touch with our specialist injury team as soon as possible to discuss your circumstances.

We can help you by providing guidance, support, and legal representation to work for the compensation you need and deserve.

    What level of Personal Injury Compensation could I receive?

    The amount of personal injury compensation you may be entitled to will depend on your individual circumstances. The seriousness of the injuries you sustained will be considered, also the impact that the accident has had on your life, together with any expenses you have incurred, or will incur as a result of the incident.

    If you have a successful personal injury claim, the level of compensation awarded will be dependent on several factors:

    • Any loss of earnings, which can also include overtime and bonus payments.
    • Any 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.
    • Items that you may have purchased to assist in your recovery.