It doesn't matter whether you're at work, on the road, or relaxing on holiday, accidents can happen anywhere, at any time. Osbornes Solicitors have 40 years of experience in helping people receive the compensation they deserve for all types of accident claims.
There are many reasons why someone would make an accident claim. While some accidents may cause minor injuries or disruption, others can have a devastating, life-changing effect. No matter what type of accident you've been involved in, you can rest assured that you're in good hands with Osbornes Solicitors.
The most common types of accident claims are:
- Workplace accidents
- Road traffic accidents
- Slip, trips and public liability
However, Osbornes' expertise extends to cover:
- Accidents on holiday
- Child injury claims
- Cycle accident claims
- Cosmetic surgery compensation
- Criminal injury claims
- Ladder accidents and falls from height
For a full list of the types of accident claims that we can assist with, see the list to the left of the page.
Personal Injury and Accident Compensation
Here at Osbornes Solicitors, we have years of experience in helping people receive the personal injury and accident compensation they are entitled to, and our team of specialist lawyers will use this knowledge and experience to achieve the same success for you. During your first consultation, one of our expert personal injury lawyers can advise whether you may be eligible to make a personal injury claim for compensation, as well as help you access any rehabilitation and medical care you may require.
The amount of compensation you receive will depend on the severity of damages. These include 'general damages' i.e. bodily injuries, and 'particular damages,' such as any medical and travel expenses or loss of earnings. It's important to be aware that while some claims for compensation are settled within one or two months, other cases can take years. Osbornes Solicitors strive to deliver the maximum compensation in the least time for our clients and, each year, we recover more than £10 million in damages.
Claiming for Personal Injury
When making a claiming for personal injury, your solicitor will require several pieces of information in order to establish the details of your case. These can include:
- The specifics of the accident, e.g. when, where, and how it happened
- The medical diagnosis of your injury, plus any treatment you were prescribed
- Witness contact details
- Where a claimant has suffered a loss of earnings, proof will be requested
- Details of any financial expenses incurred as a result of the incident
- Credentials for insurance policies or trade union memberships, which may cover or cut legal fees
If you are unsure how to proceed in claiming for personal injury, call or email Osbornes Solicitors to discuss your circumstances. By choosing us, you will be working with a Law Society and Association of Personal Injury Lawyers accredited team, which comes recommended by independent legal guides Chambers & Partners and The Legal 500, as well as by our hundreds of happy clients.