Personal Injury Solicitors & Accident Claim Solicitors
At Humphries Kirk, we’ll get to know you personally before we pursue a claim on your behalf.
Why might you need a personal injury solicitor?
It is rare that any injury that occurs to yourself is a complete accident, and in most cases, someone or some organisation is at fault.
In this instance, ‘compensation’ is the keyword. Compensating you for your loss of income and for the pain and suffering that you would have faced as a result of the injury. If you received a personal injury that was due to circumstances beyond your control, you should speak to a legal expert who can help you to get the compensation you deserve.
Personal injury covers a range of claims, including:
- Injuries due to product defects
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
- Criminal injury compensation
- Tripping and slipping
- Medical malpractice claims
- Road traffic accidents & whiplash injuries
- Severe trauma
- Industrial deafness
- Psychiatric claims
Unfortunately, many personal injury solicitors and accident claim solicitors are anything but personal. Personal injury is an area of law that has grown exponentially in recent years, with firms across the UK offering to fight claims on your behalf.
Why choose Humphries Kirk for accident claims?
As a long-established local firm of solicitors, Humphries Kirk offers the distinct advantage of working with you face to face. With a personal relationship built on trust and understanding, you can be sure that we will not only fight harder to secure your compensation, but also that you will be reassured and supported by the knowledge that we are truly on your side from the very start of the process. Easily overlooked, the value of this personal support in minimising the strain on yourself and those – during what can be a stressful process – is immeasurable.
If through no fault of your own, you have suffered accidental injury or medical malpractice, contact us today for a free initial consultation with one of our highly experienced personal injury solicitors. At this meeting, we will discuss the nature of your claim, establish who is at fault in the eyes of the law and assess your chances of success.
Based on our conclusions, we may offer to take on your case on a ‘no win no fee’ basis. Even if we don’t, you may have nothing to pay to fund your case, depending on the nature and circumstances of the injury.