Catastrophic Injury Claims

A Catastrophic injury is generally defined as any serious injury that results in permanent disability, long-term medical problems or a reduced life-expectancy. Catastrophic injuries can cause a lot of pain and suffering and they can have devastating consequences on you and your family.

Specialist catastrophic injury solicitors

Our personal injury claims team are experts in the field of catastrophic injury and over the years have completed many successful catastrophic injury claims.

 

Fieldfisher has such fantastic lawyers fighting for victims and it is a real honour to be a part of the team. Jill Greenfield - Partner and Head of Serious Injury. Solicitors Journal Awards 2017 - Personal Injury Team of the Year Winner

 

Recovery, Rehabilitation and Care

We can help you and your family recover compensation to assist with rehabilitation, care, treatment and loss of earnings. We will work to ease your financial burden and allow you and your family to focus on your recovery and we act on a 'no win, no fee' basis.

In many cases catastrophic injuries involve brain injury, spinal injury, fatal injuries or other serious orthopaedic cases. Injuries can be caused a result of:

 

Fieldfisher Personal Injury News 2017

 

Our Experience, Reputation and Awards

Our partners have been selected as members of the Solicitors’ Steering Committees arising out of the M1 air crash and the Clapham, Cannon Street, Southall and Ladbroke Grove rail disasters. We are also acting for victims in the Potters Bar rail crash.

Our personal injury lawyers are members of the Personal Injury Panel of the Law Society. We are also active members of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) and panel members of Headway, the Spinal Injuries Association and Action for Victims of Medical Accidents (AvMA). Roadpeace also refer cases to us.

 

Speak with one of our catastrophic injury claims experts

You can also email the team

personalinjury@fieldfisher.com

or you can

Submit a claim enquiry form

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