Serious injury solicitors
Accidents can happen at any time. All of a sudden, with no warning, your life will be changed. You can never prepare for a serious injury, especially when you weren’t at fault. What you can do is seek legal advice from a specialist. At Talbots Law, our serious injury lawyers go above and beyond to help our clients: from building a strong claim to providing ongoing support after a settlement is agreed.
From road traffic accidents to workplace injuries, we treat each serious injury claim with care and dedication. It’s our priority to ensure your road to recovery is not blocked by financial concerns in cases where someone else was at fault. Rebuilding your life after a serious injury can take time, but with the right medical care and attention as well as compensation, it could be facilitated. As your dedicated serious injury solicitors, our goal is to make this happen for each and every one of our serious injury clients.
Why choose Talbots’ serious injury solicitors?
At Talbots Law, we believe that no one should suffer in silence. Where negligence resulted in a life changing injury, we will always speak up for our clients. With vast experience advising and acting on serious injury claims, we know how certain injuries can drastically affect your quality of life. That’s why if we can play a part in securing compensation to help get you back on track, we will. Well known for our level of client care, we team a sensitive approach with a determined attitude to ensure your voice is heard and your desired outcome achieved. As well as our expertise in this area of law, we pride ourselves in our communication skills.
From day one, we’ll help you understand your legal position in a clear, jargon free way, explaining your options with clarity. Throughout the process, we’ll keep in contact to inform you of any new developments in your claim. While we will always aim to avoid going to court in order to keep your claim as stress-free as possible, if it becomes inevitable, you can count on us to build a strong case and provide expert representation.
What counts as a serious injury?
Serious injuries can have a strong impact in someone’s quality of life, so it’s important to claim as soon as possible if you believe more could have been done to prevent your injury. Examples of serious injuries could be:
- Burns, scalds and lacerations
- Brain or spinal cord injuries
- Severe head injuries
- Injuries from birth e.g cerebral palsy
- Loss of limb
- Loss of mobility
Not only will a serious injury affect the victim, but it could also impact their family life. Changes may have to be made to your work and personal life such as adaptations to your house or workplace. Securing compensation can help facilitate your rehabilitation, which is why we’re here to help you make a claim.
How do I make a serious injury claim?
To begin your serious injury claim, get in touch with a serious injury solicitor at Talbots Law to discuss the circumstances of the injury and determine whether your claim is viable. If we can recognise that another party is clearly at fault for your injury, we will get to work on building your claim. This will involve inspecting your medical records, undertaking interviews with any witnesses and collecting as much evidence and information as possible to strengthen the claim. Once it’s fully prepared, we’ll inform the party at fault of our claim and demand an amount of compensation. Should they accept fault, they might ask to negotiate the settlement. Should they deny it and refuse to cooperate during negotiation, we may have to issue Court Proceedings. If your claim results in Court, rest assured that our experience in serious injury claims is strong enough to see your case through. We will always try to do right by our clients, even in complex cases where evidence is lacking.
At Talbots Law, we take pride in helping our clients get on the road to rehabilitation by fighting for the compensation they deserve. We do this through skillful negotiation and a passion to succeed. To start your claim, give our serious injury solicitors a call on 0800 118 1500.
- Bryan Colley
- Director of Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence
- 07817 426073
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