Spinal Injury Compensation
Our spinal injury claims team has extensive experience pursuing claims for victims of spinal injury.
Led by Jill Greenfield, the team is committed and will ensure that we deal with your spinal injury claim as quickly as possible, and will obtain compensation for all your rehabilitation, housing, care and education needs. Jill sits on the Spinal Injury Association advisory panel.
If you have suffered from a spinal injury as a result of an accident, our specialist spinal injury team can advise if you should pursue a legal claim for damages.
If you've been the victim of Spinal Cord Damage or a Spine Injury then call our No Win No Fee Solicitors on freephone 0800 358 3848 or contact us online
Causes of Spinal Injury
It is estimated that every year an estimated 11,000 victims suffer from some form of spinal injury, these injuries happen as a result of many accidents or incidents, including:
- Road traffic accidents
- Motorbike accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Work accidents
- Medical Negligence
A spinal injury will mean different things to different people. We appreciate that a spinal injury claim is a very individual matter.
Our specialist team will give you advice on:
Support Throughout Your Spinal Injury Claim
We appreciate the difficulties that many victims of spinal injuries and their families face in the pursuit of litigation. We are concerned to ensure that we take the pressure off you and your family and deal with your brain injury claim as quickly as possible.
We are recognised as true experts in spinal injury cases and are recommended solicitors for the Spinal Injuries Association (SIA).
View our spinal injury team.
Contact us on freephone 0800 358 3848
Or start your claim online.
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