If you have been injured in an accident where someone else was at fault then you need help from a personal injury lawyer to plan your next steps in order to obtain the best result for you.
We have work with clients in Hertfordshire and across the UK helping them win their case and maximise their compensation.
We specialise in serious injury cases but we can also help with a full range of personal injury claims from brain and head injury, spinal injury, limb amputation or accidents resulting in death.
We can help you with any of the following types of accident claims.
Injuries and losses
Our lawyers will properly assess your injuries to see that you receive a fair amount of compensation and will also advise you on claiming any out of pocket expenses you have incurred as a direct result of the accident which may include
- loss of earnings
- loss of overtime
- medical treatmentcare costs.
Road traffic accidents
We will guide you through the process of making a claim in a straightforward manner so that you are confident you will obtain the right amount of compensation.
We have access to a network of treatment providers who will assess your injuries and ensure that you receive the correct treatment.
Accidents at work
Employers have a legal duty to ensure you are given a safe and healthy environment to work in. If you are injured at work you may have a good claim against your employer to seek compensation.
Workplace accidents can arise for a number of reasons such as faulty equipment, poor health and safety training, poor supervision or poor maintenance and inspection.
Our team of lawyers have a wealth of knowledge and experience when it comes to dealing with these types of compensation claims.
Occupiers of premises such as shops, restaurants, hotels, supermarkets, gyms and public places have a legal duty of care to ensure the safe wellbeing of visitors. If you have been injured whilst visiting someone else’s premises, you may be able to claim compensation against the occupier.
Common accidents due to occupier negligence include
- tripping of slipping due to a hazard
- injury due to unsafe conditions and or faulty equipment
- injury due to failure to provide warning signs.
The death of a loved one is an extremely traumatic experience. This can place huge financial strain on the surviving family members. Nothing will ever compensate for the loss of a loved one. However, it is important that family members receive fair compensation to help address the financial issues and concerns.