Spinal Injury Solicitors
Fieldfisher are more than just Spinal Injury Solicitors. We believe that anyone with a Spinal Injury deserves a highly specialised team of experts who can ensure that each clients and their family receive the maximum amount of compensation and support in each and every claim.
Our team works on a No Win, No Fee basis and we take on all types of cases ranging in severity and complexity. If, you've already selected a different law firm, it's not too late to switch to Fieldfisher. We'll ensure it won't cost you a Penny. It's your right to have access to the best in Spinal Claims advice and our aim is to provide the best support, obtain the maximum damages possible and to help rebuild your life.
Contact our Spinal Injury Claims Solicitors on freephone 0800 358 3848 or fill in our form to start your claim online.
Jill is recognised by Headway (the brain injury association) as a specialist in dealing with such claims.
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Paul has acted on behalf of victims involved in Clapham, South Hall, Ladbroke Grove and Potters Bar rail accidents.
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Jennifer is an Associate working exclusively in the field of claimant high value Catastrophic Personal Injury and fatal accident claims. She also has a masters in biomedical sciences.
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Contact us on freephone 0800 358 3848
Or start your claim online.
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