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Neil Sagar

Personal Injury Solicitor
Neil Sagar

Neil is a Personal Injury Solicitor at Co-op Legal Services in Manchester. Neil has extensive experience working across a range of Personal Injury claim types, including:

Neil is experienced in advising and guiding clients through the claims process from the initial investigation stages into liability right up to the point of settlement. This involves scrutinising any documents disclosed by the defendant in their defence at the beginning of the process and then ensuring that the client's physical and psychological symptoms are thoroughly investigated by the appropriate medical experts.

Neil is extremely familiar with the latest case law and Court awards and has developed advanced negotiation skills during his years of experience in Personal Injury. This ensures that he obtains the highest possible damages settlements for his clients.

Should litigation be required in order to obtain the right results then Neil has experience in ensuring that the correct steps are followed and that clients are kept up to date with the claims progress right up to the point of trial.

I would thoroughly recommend Neil as I found him to be excellent in dealing with my claim. He always had a friendly & personable approach. He was also willing to have the time and patience to discuss any problems that I experienced. My eternal thanks go to him in succeeding in the result of my claim.

V.N., Kent

Recent Cases

Neil successfully recovered £31,500 compensation for a male client who was involved in an accident at work. The client's work involved working on armoured lorries with no steps to aid him exiting the vehicle. On this occasion the claimant had to step out with a drop of around 2ft, causing his leg to buckle. The client suffered a fracture to his foot, complex regional pain syndrome and required significant treatment to help his recovery.

Neil successfully recovered £4,000 for a man who was attacked by cows whilst walking his dog on a public footpath through farmland. The cows had young calfs with them and were clearly agitated by the presence of the man and his dog, which was on a lead. They headbutted, tramped and charged at the man, causing multiple injuries. The farmer was fould liable under the Occupiers Liability Act 1957, as the cows had not been segregated from footpath users.

Neil successfully obtained £7,500 for a woman that fell when on an outside ice rink. The owners of the ice rink had failed to notify users that part of the ice rink was cordoned off, thus meaning that the safety barrier was unavailable for support, resulting in the claimant losing her balance.

Neil successfully obtained £3,000 for a woman who was walking along a public footpath with her friends through a public golf course when a man decided recklessly to take his tee shot whilst the group were approaching from only a short distance away. Unfortunately for the claimant she was hit by the golf ball on her finger and suffered significant impairment.

You have been very clear in your advice to me and were always prompt to answer any queries I had. When I had any doubt as to what I should do, you gave me first class advice. I hope I never have any more injuries. But if I should ever find myself in need of a first class service I will call you.

D.I., Norfolk

Professional Memberships

As a Solicitor, Neil is:

  • A member of the Law Society
  • Regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA)

Career History

Neil studied Law and Business (BA Hons) at the University of Liverpool before completing the remainder of his compulsory Law modules at the University of Law in Manchester.

He has worked in the Personal Injury sector since November 2011 when he joined a mid-size firm in Manchester. Whilst at the firm Neil completed his Legal Practice Course (LPC) at the University of Law in Manchester. Upon completion of the LPC he was given a training contract and he completed his two years as a Trainee Solicitor before qualifying in September 2016. He joined Co-op Legal Services in November 2017.

When Not Working

Whilst not working Neil spends his time playing Semi-Professional football for his local team who play in the North West Counties.

He likes to keep fit by going running, attending the gym and has recently taken up golf. He also enjoys music festivals and exploring as many new foreign cities as possible.

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