In 2017/2018, 10,673 new personal injury claims were officially reported in the UK. A personal injury can happen at any time, potentially altering your quality of life. Attempting to receive compensation to cover the subsequent medical and emotional costs of this injury can be a long and traumatic experience – one that you shouldn’t have to face alone.
With the help of our fully accredited team of expert personal injury solicitors, we’ll guide you step by step through your personal injury claims process. We believe that if you’re the victim of a personal injury, either minor or major, receiving the maximum compensation you deserve will propel the progression of moving past this setback in your life.
A personal injury is a legal term that refers to the damage of your mind, body or psychological wellbeing. If an accident is the result of someone else’s negligence or misconduct, you’re legally entitled to pursue a personal injury claim.
Situations where personal injury may have been caused:
The most severe accidents, defined as catastrophic injuries, can alter your life forever, preventing you from returning to work or having to undergo long-term medical treatment.
Led by David Dolties, a member of the Law Society Personal Injury Panel, our experienced personal injury solicitors in London pride ourselves on ensuring the most satisfactory outcome for you and your loved ones. We know that every individual claim is different, which is why we tailor our approach to best represent you throughout the process.
We go above and beyond to offer advice and guidance to fight not just for your case, but also for the quality of your life. By putting your interests first, you can trust us to handle all your personal and legal matters, while providing unwavering support during this emotional and taxing time.
Before you start the process of making a claim, it’s essential to take into consideration the following questions.
At Romain Coleman Solicitors, we strive to make the personal injury claims process as stress-free and straightforward as possible.
This process involves:
It’s imperative you act now when the incident is still fresh in your mind; furthermore, you only have three years from the date of your accident to make a personal injury claim.
Given that every injury is personal to an individual, the amount of compensation that you receive will also be specific to your case.
There are two types of compensation that you can receive from a personal injury claim:
Don’t let the daunting task of legally pursuing your claim put you off receiving compensation for your trauma. We understand the implications that a fair compensation settlement will have on your life moving forward and endeavour to achieve the best results for you. While we handle legal matters, you can take the time to focus on improving your physical and mental wellbeing after the accident.
Like most things, a personal injury case starts with a conversation. So speak to one of our experienced personal injury claims solicitors today by calling on 0800 056 0346 or contact us online via our Contact Form.
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