Personal Injury

National coverage, with a local touch!

If you have suffered an accident or injury in the last 3 years that wasn’t your fault, we can help.

We have a highly experienced team of Personal Injury lawyers who help hundreds of people each year to claim compensation for a range of illnesses, injuries and accidents.

No Win - No Fee Solicitors

We guarantee No Win No Fee which means that if you lose you will not have to pay the solicitors fees.

Compensation can be claimed where it can be shown that someone else is partly or entirely to blame.

Types of Personal Injury

We are experts in claims relating to:

  • Road Traffic Accidents
  • Accidents at work
  • Holiday Claims
  • Trips or Slips
  • Industrial Disease
  • Uninsured driver and hit and run victims
  • Criminal injuries compensation
  • Accidents in public places
  • Tripping or slipping
  • Accidents abroad
  • Asbestos related disease
  • Medical Negligence
  • Head and spinal injuries
  • Injuries from defective workmanship
  • Dog bite cases

Pearson Solicitors are respected throughout the North West for helping people get the compensation they deserve so they can get better quicker.

To speak with a qualified personal injury solicitor call now on 0161 785 3500 or email enquiries@pearsonlegal.co.uk

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