Personal Injury Claim Lawyers

Personal Injury

Personal Injury Solicitors in Cheshire

On a daily basis, our Northwich solicitors deal with all types of personal injury claims on a “no win no fee” basis.

Having “in-house advocates” allows us to deal with not only straightforward matters, but also those which require complex litigation including the Higher Courts. Whether your personal injury claim relates to a road traffic accident, employer liability, or public & occupier liability, our specialist team can guide you through every step.

If you feel you have a personal injury claim and would like representation, complete our
PERSONAL INJURY CLAIM FORM.

Our Personal Injury Law Services

We understand that being able to navigate challenging situations with exceptional guidance requires more than just legal expertise. That’s why we provide discretion and empathy, and are committed to prioritising the individual’s well-being.

Our personal injury solicitors will deliver an exceptional level of dedication, whether you have suffered a significant injury in an accident or incurred losses due to the negligence of another party. Our efforts are tailored to each situation, which guarantees you will receive the maximum possible compensation, in addition to any appropriate treatment and rehabilitation.

Speak to a personal injury solicitor today

For a free initial conversation call 01606 811700 or make an enquiry online.

No Win No Fee Claims

If you have suffered harm resulting from the actions of someone else, you have the right to seek compensation without having to worry about the financial risk to yourself. We handle the majority of personal injury cases on a No Win No Fee basis. You can be confident in seeking the compensation you deserve without financial concerns.

What Types Of Personal Injury Can You Claim Compensation For?

Some of the most common types of personal injury we help people claim for include:

  • Accidents at work
  • Road traffic accidents
  • Accidents in public places
  • Medical negligence
  • Serious injury
  • Industrial diseases
  • Asbestos-related diseases

Personal Injury FAQs

A personal injury is harm experienced in terms of damage to the body, mind, or emotions - resulting from the negligence of another party. A personal injury can be direct injuries or indirect consequences, such as emotional distress following the death of a loved one due to someone else’s negligence. Examples of personal injury claims include workplace accidents and road traffic collisions.

Not sure if you have a personal injury claim? Get in touch - our personal injury solicitors are available to assess your circumstances and offer guidance. If you believe you may have a claim, reach out to us today for assistance.

You have the right to make a personal injury claim if you have suffered an injury or loss due to the negligence of someone else. To find out whether you will be eligible for compensation, simply give us a call today or fill out our form.

First, just get in touch - just call our Cheshire solicitors office or complete the online claim form.

Every case is unique. A personal injury solicitor from our team will contact you to collect all the details and establish exactly what happened. We’ll use this information to advise you on your best course of action.

There’s no need to be concerned. Gavin Edmondson Solicitors and our legal assistants are friendly and will explain everything clearly to you. Our highest priority is to take care of you and your best interests.

We understand that each personal injury claim is unique, so we cannot immediately tell you the exact amount of compensation you’ll receive. The compensation is split into two parts:

  1. General damages - this is determined by the severity of the injuries and the recovery time.
  2. Special damages - this will cover current and predicted expenses incurred from the injury. This includes losses such as loss of income, medication and perhaps specialist equipment.

Although we can’t provide an exact compensation amount, we will use our injury claim expertise to offer you an estimate when you get in contact with us.

You typically have three years from the date of the accident or injury to bring a claim, although we recommend reaching out as early as possible. How long your case takes will depend on the severity of your injuries and whether the opponent admits blame, so it is impossible for us to say exactly how long it will take.

A relatively straightforward claim, such as minor whiplash or when the opposing party admits fault, may only take a few months. A claim involving more serious injuries or when the opposing party disputes responsibility will take longer, as we need to collect medical evidence. We do this so that any awarded compensation takes into account your long-term medical needs or potential loss of earnings. The duration of your recovery may also affect the compensation amount, as we may need to wait to fully understand the extent of your injuries. The duration of your personal injury claim could also be extended if the case goes to Court due to a criminal offence, requiring police charges.

At Gavin Edmondson Solicitors, we understand your personal injury compensation is vital in supporting you during your treatment and recovery. Once liability has been established (the other party has acknowledged responsibility), you can seek interim compensation payments. These are partial payments that are provided before the full compensation payout. These interim payments will be deducted from your final compensation amount, and can be used to cover living expenses, private treatment, or perhaps rehabilitation.

You usually have three years from the date of an accident or injury to bring a personal injury claim, but we recommend getting in touch as soon as possible. Legal rules (Statute Of Limitation) can prevent a case being brought after the time limit but it also better to start a claim as soon as possible to for other reasons, such as obtaining witness statements.

Our goal is to achieve the best possible outcomes for you following your accident or injury. We achieve this by assessing both the severity of the injury and the expected recovery time, as well as any long-term effects. This means that we are likely to require access to your medical records, and for you to undergo a medical examination. This process usually only takes around 30 minutes and is conducted by a medical expert. We’ll discuss all of this in more detail to ensure you fully understand the process.

Making a claim with Gavin Edmondson Solicitors

Getting you on the road to recovery starts with an initial free consultation with our Cheshire solicitors. We will provide you with a full, fair assessment of your personal injury case, and will be frank if we don’t think it is a strong one. To help you prepare for this, here’s a checklist of things we will ask you:

  • When did your accident or injury happen?
  • Can you tell us the details of how it happened?
  • Who was involved in your accident or injury?
  • Were there any witnesses to the accident or injury?
  • Do you have a police report?
  • Have you had any medical examinations or treatment since your accident or injury?
  • Have you lost any income as a result of your accident or injury?
  • Have you had to make any specific payments as a result of your accident or injury?

We have experience in helping people in a variety of situations, including car accidents and accidents at work.

Do I need a personal injury solicitor near me?

No, we assist claims from across the whole of the UK. If you're uncertain about whether we can be of assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We would love an opportunity to discuss your case, regardless of whether you decide to work with us or not. Our top priority is your recovery, and we’ll give you a clearer understanding of your rights.

Meet our personal injury solicitors

If you have a personal injury claim and seek expert legal advice, contact us so we can discuss the claim and assess the legal merit of your case.

Our expert legal team of leading personal injury solicitors in Cheshire can provide urgent help, advice, and representation to you. Just call us at 01606 811700 or email us now.