For free legal advice or to start a claim call our Serious Injury Claims Solicitors on 0330 606 9587 or contact us online and we will help you.
Most serious injury claims can be dealt with on a No Win No Fee basis.
As part of the Co-op Group our values of openness, honesty, social responsibility and caring for others are core to the service we provide.
Our Serious Injury Claims Solicitors have the experience and the expertise to pursue a serious injury claim to the highest Court in the land if necessary, and to secure a fair amount of compensation to support the victims’ needs both now and in the future.
We will apply for Interim Payments of compensation to be paid before the case is settled if these become available in your case. We can also assist with arranging an immediate needs assessment to enable the injured person to return to their home as soon as possible with alterations made to their car and home in appropriate cases.
Every year our Solicitors secure millions of pounds in compensation for people injured in accidents. We handle thousands of claims for road accidents every year and sadly many of these claims involve serious injuries.
No Win No Fee Serious Injury Claims
If a No Win No Fee agreement can be provided this means that all the legal fees are covered, win or lose*.
We offer free legal advice and a free expert assessment of a serious injury claim. Our free claim assessment service will help you understand whether there is a reasonable chance of successfully pursuing the claim.
For free legal advice call our Serious Injury Claims Solicitors on 0330 606 9587 or contact us online and we'll call you.
Clear Communication and Support
The Serious Injury Solicitor or Litigation Lawyer assigned to your case will speak to you in simple terms and use language which you understand. Your case handlers will communicate clearly with you ensuring everything is straightforward and easy to understand.
In each case we want to ensure that the victim is properly looked after so we focus on recovery as well as the claim. We provide ongoing advice and support throughout the claim, and our work isn’t over when the case has been settled.
We can help with ongoing case management to help identify medical and care needs, to ensure liaison with treating medical practitioners and organisations such as a local authority among others.
Serious Injury Claims Explained
Serious injury claims, also known as catastrophic injury or large loss claims, include life changing injuries such as spinal injury, severe head/brain injury, amputation, traumatic injuries and fatal accidents.
These complex claims often take a long time to resolve and require specialist Solicitors with expert legal knowledge and experience. Serious injury claims often involve significant sums of money which need to compensate the individual for the losses incurred.
Serious injury accidents often result in permanent restricted mobility which causes the victim to have to alter the way they live their life.
A change of jobs may be needed, or sometimes it will not be possible to continue working. The injured individual and their family may need to consider moving home to a more suitable property and they may also need to consider ongoing permanent care requirements.
Early medical treatments and rehabilitation support are of utmost importance, along with expert legal advice from specialist Serious Injury Claims Solicitors.
Co-op Legal Services works hard to ensure that our clients receive the best legal advice and support from our teams of expert Personal Injury Solicitors, Litigation Lawyers, Legal Executives, Case Handlers and staff.
For free legal advice call our Serious Injury Claims Solicitors on 0330 606 9587 or contact us and we will call you.
Several of our Solicitors are members of APIL, the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers.
Co-op Legal Services has offices in Manchester, Bristol and London.
* Subject to entering into and complying with the terms of a No Win No Fee Agreement and taking out and complying with the terms of an After The Event insurance policy (when appropriate).