Personal injury claims

Unfortunately many people are injured every year in workplace accidents, or accidents while they are working.

Your employer has a duty to protect you from harm at work.

This covers all kinds of preventable accidents, injuries due to inadequate workstations or equipment, unsafe work practices and even psychiatric harm.

A personal injury claim in the courts can recover compensation for injury and financial losses.

We can undertake such accident claims on a contingency fee (No win-no fee) basis where we assess the chances of success are good enough.

If you are assaulted or harmed due to the action of criminals while at work you may also be able to recover compensation.

Duty of care by service providers

Those who provide services to the public must take reasonable care to protect the health and safety of the people who use their services.

The duty of care extends to everyone that provides services to the public, from doctors and hospitals to beauty treatment salons, supermarkets and other shops. It also extends to those with responsibility for public places and transport providers.

If someone is injured or killed because another person or organisation has failed to take reasonable care to ensure their safety they, or – if they were killed – their surviving family, have the legal right to make a claim and seek compensation in the courts.

How to contact us

Our offices are in Bishopsgate, London, and Potters Bar, Hertfordshire.

Our contact information is here.

Free first appointment

We offer a free initial half-hour appointment for most personal injury matters. Usually, we can discuss the brief facts of your matter and can give you an idea of whether you have a case where we can help you. We will also talk to you about funding any work that we do for you. You get an opportunity to meet us and decide whether you want us to represent you.

Free case assessment by e-mail

If you believe you may have a case to make a personal injury claim, we can make an assessment of your case based on the facts and information you send us by e-mail.

Get a free case assessment by e-mail (personal injury claims)