International Injury Claims
Our international Injury Claims team are some of the UK’s leading personal injury lawyers. We take care in ensuring your injury claim is handled in the most professional and caring manner ensuring you receive the maximum damages possible.
Contact our International Injury Claims Solicitors on freephone 0800 358 3848 or fill in our form to start your claim online.
Paul has acted on behalf of victims involved in Clapham, South Hall, Ladbroke Grove and Potters Bar rail accidents.
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Peter specialises in asbestos disease claims, particularly those related to mesothelioma, as well as work accident and road traffic claims.
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Jill is recognised by Headway (the brain injury association) as a specialist in dealing with such claims.
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Andrew specialises in mesothelioma claims and other asbestos disease claims, as well as professional negligence claims and work accident claims.
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Dushal specialises in asbestos disease claims, particularly those related to mesothelioma.
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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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Fieldfisher has successfully been recognised as an "Occupation and Asbestos Disease Specialists" Fieldfisher are now recognised as assessors
Charities we support
Furness General Hospital baby deaths highlight need to overhaul the culture of dishonesty
A recent Professional Standards Authority report has just been published regarding avoidable deaths at Furness General Hospital.
Samantha Critchley recovers £19million for nine-year-old girl left with 'catastrophic' brain damage
Samantha Critchley comments in the Daily Mail regarding her case of a nine-year-old girl that suffered catastrophic brain damage after being born at Kings College Hospital.
Government promise to improve midwife/mother relationship can't come soon enough
The Health and Social Care Secretary has announced an important maternity initiative that will hopefully reduce the number of baby death cases in the future.
Inspirational feedback from our maxillofacial trauma conference, A Face in the Crowd
The feedback from attendees was excellent. Our heartfelt thanks to everyone involved.