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If you have suffered an injury, through no fault of your own, we can act for you. The types of accidents we deal with are listed below:-
- Slips and trips
- Road traffic accidents
- Workplace accidents
- Fatal accidents
- Accidents involving children
- Clinical negligence
- Serious injury claims
We have a dedicated “serious injury” team of personal injury specialists who deal with the most serious injuries, such as head, spinal cord, limb loss or paralysis, psychological and disfigurement. We act, fully support and liaise with relevant charities and rehabilitation specialists, such as Headway, The Spinal Injuries Association, Aspire and Sportability. The individuals in our team have an understanding of how such an injury affects you and the relevant experts and specialists to go to for advice and support.
We have a specialist Trust department who can advise you on whether you should consider putting your damages in a "Personal Injury Trust" to protect any benefits that you may receive now or in the future. We can also advise you on the application to the Court of Protection for the appointment of a Deputy to administer financial affairs, if this is applicable. We have experienced lawyers in our Trust department who can act as a Deputy and liaise closely with our "serious injury" team to provide a full and caring service to clients who require this level of expertise and care.