Catastrophic Spinal Injury Claims
Catastrophic injuries cover a broad spectrum of cases including spinal injury cases. The cases often have a value in excess of £1million and require specialist legal care. We are experts in dealing with such cases and can help you or your family member recover money to assist with rehabilitation and generally to preserve quality of life.
Our personal injury claims team has a broad spectrum of expertise reflecting the broad range of causes for such injuries:
- work accidents
- product liability
- rail accidents
- air accidents
- road traffic accidents
- clinical negligence
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 also acted for victims in the Potters Bar rail crash.
If you've been the victim of Spinal Cord Damage or a Spine Injury then call our spinal injury claims solicitors on freephone 0800 358 3848 or contact us online
A number of our team 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 refer cases to us.
Contact us on freephone 0800 358 3848
Or start your claim online.
"The group is praised for its commitment to 'demystifying the legal process' while this is a firm for which the client has always been a priority"
Fieldfisher has successfully been recognised as an "Occupation and Asbestos Disease Specialists" Fieldfisher are now recognised as assessors
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Fieldfisher wins Personal Injury Team of the Year award 2017
The team here at Fieldfisher have won Personal Injury Team of the Year at the 2017 Solicitors Journal Awards.
Fieldfisher hosts successful conference for practitioners working with people suffering catastrophic neurological injury
The Sun reports on Keith Barrett's case of Richard Giles, who died after being electrocuted when his lorry hit 11,000 volt cables
Arti Shah comments in the Evening Standard about her client's case in which their husband died of a heart attack after being told to take Gaviscon