We help people claim the compensation they deserve.
Head of Personal Injury
If you have had an accident that wasn't your fault, you may be able to make a claim for compensation to cover the hardship and losses it causes.
From our offices in Peterborough, Spalding, Nottingham and Newmarket, we help accident victims claim compensation for their injuries and get on the road to recovery. Our friendly and specialist personal injury teams handle hundreds of accident compensation claims each year and have extensive experience to ensure your case flows smoothly and that all your questions are answered.
We offer a free initial consultation which means it will cost you nothing to discover whether you have a compensation claim, and if you do we will guide you all the way through your claim with a friendly, professional and helpful service. We offer a number of flexible funding arrangements, including no-win-no fee if this is suitable for your particular case.
We also have a particular skill in MOD compensation claims, having handled many cases for servicemen and women against the Ministry of Defence. These claims need a particular understanding of the way the MOD works and we are one of the few firms in the country who have this expertise.
Whether you have had an accident at work, a road traffic accident or a 'trip and slip', contact one of our team today to discover whether you can make a claim for compensation – you have nothing to lose.
If you are not close to our Peterborough, Spalding, Nottingham or Newmarket offices, it doesn't matter - we help people from all over the UK to claim the compensation they deserve.
Of course, if you have any questions about compensation claims or your accident in particular, the team will be very happy to answer them.
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"We have nothing but praise for the way in which Tim handled the case, acquainted himself with the facts and drove things forward to a conclusion. The next time promotions are discussed, we hope his name will be in the frame."
Mr C Northumberland