Personal injury claims are subject to strict deadlines. By law, you must normally submit your claim to the court within 3 years of your injury.
Any member of our team will be happy to advise you in a free initial consultation. Most of our work is carried out on behalf of Trade Unions and their members. We are happy to be instructed by individuals who do not have the valuable benefit of Trade Union assistance and can advise them on alternative sources of funding. ‘No win no fee’ arrangements may also be available.
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- Occupational Disease Claims including:
- Asbestos Induced Diseases
- Noise Induced Hearing Loss and Tinnitus
- Vibration White Finger (VWF) / Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome
- Respiratory Diseases
- Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI)/Work-Related Upper Limb Disorders
- Stress Related Illnesses
Frequently Asked Questions
How much compensation could I receive?
Each case is assessed individually. However, there are guidelines in place to ensure that similar injuries are compensated in a consistent way.
The total amount awarded to you in a successful personal injury claim is based on many factors including the nature and severity of your injury, and any consequential damages such as loss of income.
The compensation amount awarded for a specific injury (excluding any consequential damages) is based on a set of national guidelines, listed here:
What should I do next?
If you or a family member has suffered injury, disease or illness as a result of someone else's negligence, please contact us today for advice on the personal injury claims process. Complete our accident claim online form or call 033 3344 9600 to speak to one of our experienced solicitors who can help you with your claim. For more information please read our article on what is the personal injury claims process.