What Can I Claim For?

Our solicitors are some of the most experienced and trusted Personal Injury and Accident lawyers in the North West of England - helping ordinary people get the maximum compensation they deserve, to cover: loss of earnings, nursing care, compensation for pain and suffering, travelling expenses or damage to personal possessions.

We are able to provide:

  • No win no fee - If your claim is unsuccessful there is no charge in respect our fees
  • Free first interview to help decide if you have a claim
  • A personal service - a dedicated legal expert who only works in this area will handle your case
  • The department is headed by Mike Talbot
  • Pearson Solicitors has disabled access and convenient parking.

If you are unable to visit our office we will be pleased to arrange a home visit and a 24 hour free phone number is available: 0800 731 1874 or call 0161 785 3500.

Free Assessments from a Personal Injury Solicitor

To find out whether you have a personal injury claim, call us today on 0800 731 1874 or 0161 785 3500, we will be happy to give you a free initial interview to see whether we can help you further.

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