Recover the compensation you deserve to get your life back on track after a personal injury. Our APIL accredited personal injury lawyers will support you and your family to achieve the best possible result. We'll tell you your options for funding your compensation claim.
Personal Injury & Negligence
Our personal injury solicitors are Northern Ireland based with offices in Bangor and Belfast. If you’ve been injured or suffered a loss as a result of someone else’s negligence, then we’re ready to talk you through the entire process, including whether we think you have a good case to claim compensation.
Our lawyers are experts in complex personal injury claims arising from road traffic accidents, accidents at work, diseases like asbestosis, and medical negligence. We advise private clients, their families and advisers on bringing and settling claims.
What qualifies as a personal injury?
A personal injury is sustained in an accident that was someone else’s fault. This may include car accidents, slips, trips and falls in public, defective products and even wrongful death. The losses are usually physical, psychological or financial. A personal injury claim is the legal process of recovering compensation from the party that is believed to have caused you the loss.
Can I make a personal injury claim myself?
It’s possible to make a personal injury claim yourself, however the benefits of seeking impartial legal advice are massive. It can be time consuming and complicated, which is why an experienced personal injury solicitor can make a big difference to your success.
If you choose to make a personal injury claim yourself, you could stand to lose a larger sum of money if your case is not successful, including fees paid out to experts, potential court fees and the other party’s legal costs. Instructing an experienced accident solicitor means you are less likely to miss something important.
What is needed for a personal injury claim?
You’ll need evidence to support your personal injury claim, including any medical records from your GP or hospital. Your solicitor may recommend that you are examined by an independent specialist who can provide a separate report on your condition.
Other evidence may include photographs of injuries and the scene of the accident, witness statements, police reports and diagrams detailing how the accident occurred.
What We Do
- Clinical Negligence in respect of medical or dental negligence
- Road Traffic Accidents and Collisions
- Accidents at Work
- Injuries in a Public Place
- Industrial Disease
- Asbestos Exposure
Get in touch
To find out more about how we can help you with your Personal Injury & Negligence query, please contact us.