If you or someone you know has suffered an injury from an accident caused in part or in full by another person, then you may be considering a claim for compensation.infinty Law is regarded as one of the leading personal injury advisers in this area, especially for serious injury claims involving brain, burn and spinal injuries, and has clients across London.
We are known for our experience in advising on a range of cases, including those resulting from road traffic accidents, incidents at work and accidents overseas. We have expertise in handling cases involving complex and multiple injuries and where liability issues are complicated or there are multiple potential defendants.
infinty Law is looking forward to achieve the Law Society panel of personal injury specialists. We are also planning to apply for accreditation by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL).
We provide a client focused service, making the earliest possible assessment of every potential claim and agreeing an action plan that sets out the steps to be taken in detail. Every case is different and we take time to get to know you so that we understand your injuries and objectives completely.
We offer Initial advice for free of charge and without obligation. This can include guidance provided by telephone, a visit from one of our solicitors or a review of your documents. We also offer various forms of funding, including legal aid and no win no fee (conditional fee) agreements. Our personal injury team aims to ensure that you receive maximum compensation with minimum legal costs.
Frequently Asked Questions: Personal Injury Compensation
What is Personal Injury?
A person injury could be a physical or psychological injury caused by third person. In situation where your injury was not your fault and occurred due to the negligence of others, then you can be entitled to compensation. Even if the injury is not somebody’s direct responsibility, it is possible to make a claim if there has been negligence, either on the part of an individual or a company.
What types of Personal Injury Claim we do?
Common personal injury claim types include:
• Accidents at work – in accordance with figures from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), there are nearly 80,000 reportable accidents at work each year. Accident at work personal injury claims may include seeking compensation for back problems caused as a result of poor manual handling policies, falls from a height, or incidents involving dangerous machinery.
• Accidents in public places – This can include government-run buildings or council-owned property such as parks and communal areas like high streets. Slips, trips, and falls could be a case for compensation.
• Accident in shops and supermarkets – Whether because of things like wet floors, faulty doors, or broken shelving, injuries in stores, shopping centres, and supermarkets could be cause for compensation.
• Dog bite claims – Dog owners can be liable if their dog bites you and causes an injury. After seeking medical attention, see if our solicitors can help look into your case.
• Faulty product claims – Paying good money for a broken item is frustrating enough, but if the fault causes an injury, things like cuts and bruises or even electric shock, it is likely someone is to blame.
• Hairdresser and beauty therapy claims – Burns from massages, allergic reactions to make-up, hair loss following dyeing may all have been due to negligence and you may be entitled to compensation.
• Road traffic accidents (RTAs) – Injuries resulting from accidents on the road are one of the most common types of personal injury claims. Road traffic accident personal injury claims are often for minor injuries such as whiplash, but can also be more complicated.
• School or college accidents – Schools and colleges can be naturally busy places, but when injuries happen it may be because someone or something was at fault. If this is the case, you may have a claim.
What can be claimed?
The amount of personal injury compensation you are entitled to will depend on your particular circumstances and will depend on the seriousness of your injuries, the impact the accident has had on your life, and the expenses you have paid, or will need to pay, as a result of the incident.