All our solicitors are members of APIL (the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers) and they share APIL's commitment to helping rebuild the lives of accident victims.
Law Society Personal Injury Panel membership is held by Partners Wendy Wright, Stuart Kightley and Sophie Davies. Wendy is an APIL Senior Litigator and Stuart is an APIL Fellow. This means that both Wendy and Stuart each have 10 year of more of experience in helping individuals claim compensation for a personal injury.
Law Society Panel membership is achieved via a rigorous accreditation process designed to test the applicant's ability and experience in PI law and practice. Membership lasts for five years.
APIL has a corporate accreditation scheme designed to recognise high standards in the industry and to direct clients to solicitors demonstrating the highest levels of service. Osbornes is a corporate accredited firm.
5 reasons why you should choose Osbornes Solicitors
- We operate No Win No Fee claims – meaning if your claim is unsuccessful you don’t pay a thing
- The personal injury department has been ranked as a recommended law firm by independent legal directory 'The Legal 500'. Stuart Kightley is also classed as a leading individual by 'Chambers & Partners' legal directory.
- If your personal injury claim is successful our costs are met by the opponents insurance company - meaning you receive 100% of your compensation
- All personal injury claims are dealt with by specialist Personal Injury professionals
- You will have one dedicated point of reference who you can speak to throughout your personal claim
For more information on the types of accidents we deal with please refer to Types of accident.
What should you do now?
To speak with us on a confidential basis about your personal injury contact us now by:
You will be put through to a member of our personal injury team who will ask you specific details about your injury including where and when it took place. It is helpful to the claims process if you can provide us with as much information as possible, including any relevant pictures of the injury, pictures of where the injury took place, details of any witnesses and reports of any medical treatment you had as a result of the injury.
We will then be able to advice you on whether or not you can make a claim for compensation.