Personal Injury and Criminal Injury
If you have been injured or suffered in an accident which was somebody else’s fault and it happened in the last 3 years, you could be entitled to compensation.
We offer a no win no fee agreement whereby you will receive at least 75% of your compensation.
Road traffic accidents – If you were a driver, passenger, cyclist, motorcyclist or pedestrian and the accident was not your fault we can help you claim compensation and maximise the damages you are awarded.
Accidents at work – If you have suffered a personal injury as a result of an accident at work, you may be entitled to claim compensation for your injuries, out of pocket expenses and other losses to include future loss of earnings.
We can arrange physiotherapy and ensure your rehabilitation needs are met.
In some claims interim payments can be requested.
Occupiers’ liability claims – If you have been injured visiting a public place, a building owned by a company or private individual and the injury was caused by a danger or defect you make have grounds to make an injury claim.
Slips, trips and falls – We can advise you on whether you have a claim when you have slipped, tripped or fallen on a public highway or footpath or private dwelling.
Criminal Injuries compensation authority claims – If you have been injured due to a violent crime, assault or abused you may be able to make a claim to the criminal injuries compensation authority. It is important to co- operate with the Police at the outset and the Crown Prosecution Service to ensure you are awarded compensation.
The perpetrator of the crime does not need to be convicted however, your co-operation is required.
We can advise you in respect of the scheme and ensure you are awarded compensation if you meet the criteria for compensation to be awarded.
Motor Insurance Bureau claims – If the driver of a vehicle which caused your accident was not insured you may be able to make a claim for compensation to the Motor Insurance Bureau. You are required to report your accident within 14 days of the accident to be eligible for compensation.