Personal Injury (PI) Claims

These types of claims require experienced PI lawyers to advise and risk assess the merits and potential value of them. We have assisted many clients with the recovery of compensation for their injuries, but will not accept instructions for minor injury claims with a value of less than £1,000.

Once a risk assessment has been undertaken, we will advise on the prospects of success and may be able to agree a funding arrangement for the client (in appropriate cases), by offering them Conditional Fee Agreement (CFA) terms. Under such an agreement, we may agree that we shall only be paid our fee upon the successful recovery of compensation for the client.   

We have experience in acting for claimants in most types of injury claims including:

  • Public Liability claims such as highway defects or accidents on land or premises owned or controlled by local authorities
  • Employer Liability claims in respect of accidents at work including injuries caused by breaches of Health & Safety Regulations, such as failure to carry out risk assessment, or breaches of specific safety guidelines or regulations such as ladder use (eg: Working at Height Regulations)
  • Road Traffic Accidents
  • Occupiers Liability claims under the 1957 Act in respect of injuries suffered on private premises or property


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