Find out what our Personal Injury Law service consists of
Some of the common types of accidents and personal injury we help people claim for include:
Including traumatic brain and spinal injuries. Jas understands the devastating and life changing impact a serious injury can have on the individual’s life as well as on their loved ones. The compensation for a serious injury can range from tens of thousands to millions of pounds.
We can in conjunction with a specialist barrister give you the expert legal advice you need in this complex area. Jas will guide you through every step of making a claim.
Road Traffic Accidents
You could be a victim of a road traffic accident as a driver or as a passenger in a private motor vehicle, taxi or a bus. You could be at the receiving end of a road traffic accident as a pedestrian, cyclist or motorcyclist. If the responsible driver has no insurance or is untraced (‘hit and run’), your claim could be referred to the Motor Insurers Bureau (MIB) under the ‘Uninsured and Untraced Drivers Agreements’.
If you are a victim of a road traffic accident, get in touch with us. Jas has an established record of getting clients maximum compensation.
A word of warning, should you receive direct contact from the third party’s insurance company to try and settle your claim directly, we strongly recommend you refrain from doing so as you would be at a serious risk of under settling your claim.
Accidents at Work
Accidents at work can occur in a range of circumstances, be it due to faulty work equipment, incompetent fellow colleagues or defective premises.
An employer is under a legal duty to provide employees with a safe environment, place and system of work. Many statutory and health and safety regulations apply in the workplace.
Jas has the knowledge, experience and expertise in this area to provide you with advice on the merits of your claim.
Accidents in Public Places
When you’re out and about, you should be able to go about your day without the risk of injury.
Accidents in public places could be on a highway or on a private building, for example, public houses, supermarket stores, offices. Public bodies such as councils and local authorities must make sure public highways are properly maintained. Owners or occupiers of private premises must take reasonable steps to ensure that you are safe whilst on their premises.
Jas will investigate your case to establish responsibility and assess if you could make a claim.