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Personal injury claims are best described as part of the legal process available to apply for compensation if you have been injured in an accident that was not your fault.
Claims of this type are made by people who have suffered an illness, injury or accident and the blame was due to someone else’s negligence.
This could be a work related accident, claim for clinical or medical negligence, a road traffic or car accident claim, a slip, trip or fall, or even another type of accident or injury.
If you feel that you have cause to make a claim following a non-fault accident or injury that wasn’t your fault, contact our team today.
Personal Injury Compensation Claims Types
We deal with a wide range of accident compensation cases. Here are just a few of the types of claims you may want to look into.
Find out how we can help with personal injury claims for occupational illnesses
Work Related Injuries
Work related accidents are all too frequent. If you’ve had a work related accident, we can help.
Find out about making a claim for compensation for medical negligence
Whiplash is one of the most common injuries resulting from road traffic accidents. Find out about claiming for whiplash compensation
Serious Injury Compensation
Serious injury claims often follow devastating accidents that have happened through no fault of the victim. Find out how we can help with claims following catastrophic and serious injuries
Our Injury Lawyers
Read about our team of personal injury lawyers. Find out how they can help you claim compensation for accidents and injuries
Making A Compensation Claims Against The Council
Read about Making A Compensation Claims Against The Council
Upper Body Injuries
Whatever the reason for your upper body injuries, if there was a third party to blame then you could make a personal injury claim
Lower Body Injuries
We help people to make successful personal injury compensation claims for a wide range of injury types (including lower body injuries such as those to legs and feet, knees and ankles).
What Is A Personal Injury?
A personal injury is not always physical injury, disease or illness, it can be a psychological illness or disease. A personal injury can result in death.
Personal Injury and Damages Explained
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How Much Compensation For Personal Injury
Find out how much compensation you could claim for personal injury
Criminal Injuries Compensation
Find out about making a claim for criminal injuries compensation
Industrial Injury & Disease
Find out whether our personal injury lawyers can help you claim for industrial injuries and diseases
Personal Injury Special Damages
Personal injury special damages are a form of financial loss associated with an injury that was not your fault. The aim of all compensation is to put you back into the financial position you were in before you had the accident or injury that was not your fault.
Personal Injury General Damages
Personal Injury General Damages refers to the pain, suffering and loss of amenity that a person has experienced through no fault of their own
Personal Injury Claims For Children
Find out about making a personal injury claim for a child or on behalf of children
Personal Injury Claims After Car Accident
Find out about claiming personal injury for a car accident
Personal Injury Claim Settlements
Find out about the different personal injury claim settlements and how they work
Personal Injury Claims Against Hairdressers
If you have been to a hairdressing salon and experienced an accident or had an injury then could be able to make a personal injury claim against a hairdresser
Who do I claim from
Find out about who you claim from when making a personal injury claim
Personal Injury Claim Against A Landlord
If you are a tenant who is renting a property from a landlord then it is possible you could make a personal injury claim if you have suffered an injury in or around the property, through no fault of your own
Personal Injury Claim Checklist
If you think you do have a valid personal injury claim then have a look at our helpful checklist to start you off on the right track to a successful claim
What to consider before making a personal injury claim
When you’ve been injured through no fault of your own, you may eventually consider filing a personal injury claim for financial compensation. Not every injury is eligible for monetary damages, though, so you’ll need to weigh your injuries and the merits of the claim against the potential recovery amount.
Step by Step Guide to Making a Personal Injury Claim
Read our step by step guide to making a personal injury claim
It is important that this negligence from another person or body can be clearly established in order for your injury claim to be successful.
Millions of people are injured each year in accidents on the roads, in the home, at work, on the street, at school, in the office or in hospital. If you have been injured in a situation like this and the fault of the accident was not yours then you could be able to make a claim.
How We Can Help With Injury Claims?
Found your services to be excellent and my solicitor kept me well informed on everything. I found her to be polite, friendly and very professional.
T Webster from St Helens
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Our team of injury lawyers will be able to assist you with the process of making a compensation claim. We can provide you with an indication of whether or not your claim will be successful; an idea of how much compensation you will receive; the removal of stress and worry the legal process can sometimes bring and a reliable communication process, keeping you informed at every important juncture of your claim.
Please call our team today on 0800 808 9740 to discuss your details
What Is The Process For A Personal Injury Claim?
- The initial stage of an injury or accident claim is identifying that you would like to begin the legal process. If you are uncertain, you can speak in more detail to an injury compensation lawyer who can offer his/her advice
- Once there is demonstrable evidence to prove third party negligence then your solicitor can handle your case
- There will be information required from you and the more you can give the better. Sometimes it is not feasible to gain all specifics due to the nature of your accident or injury. However, where and when your accident took place; details of witnesses (if appropriate); details of medical records are important and/or useful details for solicitors when discussing your accident or injury compensation case
- Sometimes you will be required to have a medical assessment organised by your lawyer to further clarify your injuries
- Other details which can support your claim are receipts for medical assistance you have paid for; records of travel expenses and /or proof of loss of income
- Complexities can arise in some personal injury claims depending on the type of case. For example, it can be challenging to prove negligence in some industrial illnesses cases because the injury was acquired decades ago. Having an experienced lawyer who keeps you informed throughout the process will help ease any worries
Have you had an accident? You could be entitled to compensation
If you’ve had an accident that wasn’t your fault, you could be entitled to claim compensation. Our expert solicitors are waiting to hear from you to further assess your potential compensation claim.
Contact First Personal Injury to discuss your potential accident claims compensation today on 0800 808 9740 alternatively by filling out the online claims form.