Types of Compensation Claims

We can help you claim compensation in the following areas:

Accidents at Work – falls, strains, crush and trap injuries, deafness, assaults, poisoning

Holiday Claims - Injuries, Food Poisoning,

Industrial Disease – Asbestosis, Mesothelioma, Lung Cancer

Slips and Trips on the highway, at work, in a shop or supermarket

Falling Objects from within a shopping centre, shop, or from a building

Assaults and Abuse claims through the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority

Abuse claims against an individual or public body

Defective Products

Road Traffic Accidents, as a driver, motorcyclist, passenger, pedestrian, cyclist, on a bus.

Accidents on trains, trams, in the air or at sea

Latest News

Care Costs - Wales Raises 'Asset Cap'

It is not widely known that the 'cap' on assets above which people in residential care must fund their own care is only £23,250 in England and Northern Ireland. It is even less well known that elsewhere in the UK the cap is set at different levels. In...

Insurer Not Liable Where Driver Unidentifiable

In order to sue someone, they have to be served with a notice of claim unless the service of the notice can be properly dispensed with. Can the notice of claim be properly dispensed with if the person being claimed against is not only unidentified, but...

Care Home State Support Limits Unchanged for Ninth Year

Having enough money to pay for care costs in the final years of life is a major concern for many and, despite promises made by governments in the past about limiting the impact on people, in reality the scale of the problem is such that the potential impact...

Court Decides How Injured Child's Estate Should Be Distributed

It is not uncommon for children born with severe abnormalities or injuries to die in childhood. In a recent case, the Court of Protection was required to decide how to divide the estate of a child who died when the lump-sum compensation settlement for...

Take Care if You Have a Carer

Many people employ carers or cleaners to assist them with daily living. Quite often, such arrangements are informal and can last many years. However, failing to put them on a proper footing can prove to be an expensive mistake. Where an agency is used and...