Personal Injury FAQ's


What can I claim for?

You can claim compensation for the injury itself and any psychiatric injury that you suffer. You can also claim compensation for any financial losses you incur.

Financial losses include loss of earnings, travel and parking costs, cost of care received from family and friends, prescription and medication costs, cost of damaged clothing and the cost of private healthcare. It is important to retain any receipts.


How much compensation will I receive?

The amount of compensation that you will receive will depend upon the seriousness of your injury and the financial losses that you have suffered.

We will always ensure that you receive the best compensation possible.


How long will my claim take?

The length of a claim depends upon the type of accident and type of injury involved and whether the other party admits they were to blame.

We will ensure that your claim is dealt with as quickly as possible and will keep you updated and involved throughout the entirety of your claim.

Will I have to go to court?

It is unlikely that you will have to go to court, most personal injury claims settle by agreement. We estimate that approximately 1-2% of our personal injury claims go to court.


How long have I got to make a claim?

If you think that you have a claim, you should try to contact us as soon as possible.

In most cases, the time limit is 3 years from the date of the accident or 3 years from the date that you became aware that you had suffered an injury or illness.

In children’s accident claims, you can bring a claim at any time before the child’s 21st birthday.

In professional negligence claims, the time limit is 6 years from the date of the professional negligence.

Different time limits can apply where the accident happened abroad or on an aircraft and that is why you must contact us as soon as possible.

Call our solicitors for free and without obligation.

 Please ring one of our personal injury lawyers (0800 037 1625) to discuss your matter and arrange a free initial meeting.