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SOLICITORS HELPLINE: ☎ 0330 660 7119

Our accident claim solicitors are members of the Solicitors Regulation Authority panel of personal injury experts. They deal with a wide range of personal injury cases including car accidents, slips, trips & falls, accidents at work and occupational disease claims. Our solicitors will give you imitial advice at no cost on the telephone and will deal with your accident claim on a risk free no win no fee basis.

Accident Claim Solicitors

Our accident claim solicitors undergo continual academic training and are able to deal with injuries varying from minor whiplash to spinal injury, brain damage and fatal accident claims. We'll ensure that you get a fair deal. We believe that it's important that a specialist solicitor is involved from the very start to ensure that you establish your legal rights and obtain fair and reasonable compensation. You deserve the best so don't settle for less.

Accident claim solicitors act for individuals who have been injured as a result of another's negligence. Personal injury can have a devastating impact on you and your family which is why you should seek legal advice from a specialist. Our lawyers who have dealt with many similar cases are able to rely upon their extensive experience, expertise, and precedents relevant to your particular case. They can advise you, in early course, about liability and how much compensation you can expect to receive.

No Win No Fee Claim

Our accident claim solicitors operate the no win no fee scheme otherwise known as a conditional fee agreement (CFA). No legal charge is payable unless the case is won and the client obtains an award of compensation. In the event that the claim is lost there is no charge made to the client. The basis of the CFA is that a solicitor is only entitled to be paid if the accident case is won and payment of legal charges is usually made by the 3rd party insurance company. If a no win no fee case is lost then the solicitor will be unable to claim his legal charges from either the 3rd party insurers or his own client and must effectively write them off.

Compensation Claims

  • Injury at work.
    Employers must adhere to strict laws and regulations that are designed to protect their staff from injury. This includes the overall safety of your place of work and in particular potentially dangerous machinery.
  • Road Traffic Accidents.
    If you have been injured as a driver, passenger, pedestrian or cyclist then you may be able to claim damages.
  • Injuries on other peoples property.
    Most home owners and tenants have a home insurance policy which covers for injuries to persons that occur within that home, including injuries caused by their pets.
  • Injuries on public property.
    If you have been injured as a result of defects on the pavement or road then you may be able to claim compensation against the local authority who have a legal duty to maintain the highways in good order.
  • Personal Injury Compensation

    Accident Claim Solicitors

    To succeed in an accident compensation claim, liability must be established by proving that someone else was negligent and that the negligence caused the injuries and other losses. Negligence is a failure to take reasonable care to avoid acts and omissions which would be likely to cause injury and that the lack of care actually caused the injury.

    The amount payable is usually separated into general damages, special damages and future loss.

    • Special damages are items of loss which can be calculated accurately. It is usually necessary to prove these losses by production of receipts, however in the absence of receipts estimates of loss can often be made and verified by other documentary evidence. Interest is payable on special damages and runs from the date of the accident. Special damages awards may include;
      • insurance excess
      • damage to property
      • vehicle damage
      • vehicle hire
      • expenses
      • medical aids and equipment
      • adapted accommodation
      • transport
      • medical charges
      • care and assistance
      • medical therapies
      • traveling expenses
      • loss of earnings
      • loss of future earnings
      • assistance for household chores

    • General damages cannot usually be calculated precisely and the main items are usually 'pain and suffering' for both the initial injury and for any ongoing suffering or disability and for 'loss of amenity' which includes payment for not being able to do the things that contribute to the enjoyment of daily life. Damages for 'loss of amenity' are designed to compensate for being unable to pursue the kind of lifestyle enjoyed prior to the accident or the lifestyle that could have been expected if the accident had not occurred. Also in this category is damages payable for 'disadvantage on the open labour market' which means that if there is a possibility of change of employment in the future and the injury may restrict that opportunity then a sum for damages is payable. In addition damages may be payable for 'loss of congenial employment' which is appropriate when the employment provides specific job satisfaction and can no longer be pursued as a result of the injury. These damages are assessed following consideration of previously decided cases and by reference to 'The Judicial Studies Board Guidelines'. Interest is payable on general damages and runs from the date of service of legal proceedings
    • Future losses depend on complex calculations and if you have losses that are likely to continue for the foreseeable future then a special calculation is applied to the estimated annual loss to arrive at a fair figure for compensation.

    Negligence Law

    Negligence law was effectively created in a 1932 court case called Donahue v Stephenson in which a woman called Donahue took legal action for damages for personal injury when she had gastro-enteritis after drinking from a bottle of ginger beer that contained a dead snail. The judge who heard the case was Lord Atkin and he ruled, for the first time ever, that the manufacturer of the ginger beer had a 'duty of care' for the safety and well being of Donahue notwithstanding that it was her friend who had actually bought the bottle and in allowing a snail to remain in the bottle of ginger beer, the manufacturer had been negligent.

    There are now numerous definitions of negligence and one of the most commonly referred to by accident claim solicitors is 'the omission to do something which a reasonable man guided by those considerations which ordinarily regulate the conduct of human affairs would do, or doing something which a prudent and reasonable man would not do'. Since Donahue v Stephenson negligence law has been constantly refined and in order for a negligence solicitor to actually claim compensation on behalf of a client it is necessary to show that the other person owed the injured person a duty of care, that the duty was breached, that the injury was caused by the negligent act and that the victim sustained loss or damage which may include personal injury.

    Time Limits

    All legal claims are subject to time limits and in the case of a personal injury compensation claim the general time limit means that a claim must be settled or legal proceedings must have been issued in a court of law within three years of the accident. There are exceptions for those claimants who are under the age of 18 years at the time of the incident whereby the three year period does not start to run until the 18th birthday and for the mentally incapacitated whereby the three year period may never start to run. Failure to abide by the time limits may mean that the opportunity to claim compensation is lost forever however the court does have a wide, but rarely exercised discretion to increase time limits.

    Legal Advice

    Our accident claim solicitors are able to deal with a wide variety of compensation claims ranging from minor problems to injuries of the utmost severity. All our compensation claims are dealt with using the no win no fee scheme. In the event that the legal claim is lost there is no charge made to the client. There is no need to fund or finance any legal case as it proceeds and there is nothing to pay out at any time. Our lawyers are all qualified as specialists and in England and Wales they are all members of the Solicitors Regulation Authority panel of personal injury experts. If you would like to speak to a specialist lawyer who only deals with personal injury claims you can either use the helpline, complete the contact form or just email us at our offices. If after talking to us you decide not to take matters further then you are under no obligation to do so and you will not be charged for our advice.


    SOLICITORS HELPLINE: ☎ 0330 660 7119

    *Legal Information

    In the case of CICA claims terms will vary and in the case of MIB claims terms may vary.