Expert advice from serious injury lawyers
Where your injuries were caused by someone else’s negligent driving, unsafe working conditions, or deliberate action, you are likely to be entitled to compensation. While the thought of pursuing a claim at this time might seem intimidating, with the right legal support the process can be kept straightforward with all of the hard work done for you.
Based in York and Lincoln, acting for clients all over England and Wales, we provide sensitive and pragmatic advice in cases of serious injury to the head, brain or multiple injuries. Our lawyers are all specialists in catastrophic or serious injuries and are supported by medically qualified staff who assist with case assessment, research, and interpreting medical and psychological reports.
We have successfully recovered millions of pounds in compensation for people with a brain injury and those who have sustained life-long injuries from a catastrophic event that was proven to be just not their fault.
What our team will do for you:
- Give you a free initial consultation to discuss your situation and explore your options (no matter how long it takes)
- Advise you if you want to raise a complaint about the treatment you have received
- Represent you at Inquests, if the accident resulted in the death of a loved one
- Obtain notes and records from your medical practitioner
- Advise and guide you on your care and rehabilitation
- Run a full investigation of a potential negligence claim
- Represent you in Court Proceedings.
We work with many leading charities and people in brain injury and catastrophic injury rehabitiliation. Accredited by the leading charity Headway UK as a gold standard. Over decades, we have built up the most amazing network of experts who help us accurately assess your claim, your treatment needs and your on-going requirements.
In complex claims, instructing us early is important as it enables us to obtain interim payments from the people who were responsible for your injury. An interim payment can make all the difference for you as this money can provide you with funds for private rehabitiliation (saving thousands of pounds from the NHS stretched budgets), re-housing, the implementation of care and case management, the purchase of equipment to support your independence, and provide you with a rehab programme post-discharge.
When your case is won, we assist you with setting up trusts to protect any state benefits you are entitled to through our links with our in-house tax team. We also provide advice and assistance with Court of Protection issues if you are unable to manage your affairs.