Personal Injuries Law


We have extensive expertise in this area of the law and have obtained awards for substantial compensation in numerous cases. Our services include comprehensive legal advice in the following areas:

  • Accidents at Work
  • Road Traffic Accidents
  • Fatal Accidents Claim
  • General Compensation Claims
  • Medical Negligence

  • Occupier Liability Claim
  • Personal Injury Assessment Board Claims (P.I.A.B.)
  • Professional Malpractice
  • Trip & Fall Injuries
  • Uninsured Drivers Claim

How we can help

When approaching your case, we will discuss our strategy with you and explain our plan of action. Where necessary, we will involve a team and seek Counsel's Opinion. At all times, we focus on your needs, dealing as expeditiously as possible with your claim whether it is a Personal Injuries Assessment Board (PIAB) application in a non-contested case or Court proceedings in a contested case. To find out more about our services and/or to discuss your specific situation, please get in touch.


20 years

Practical solutions... proven results

Founded in 1999, we pride ourselves on our client friendly approach. We can offer professional advice on many areas of law. Our aim is always to focus on your particular requirements; helping you to develop strategies to achieve your goal.

3,000+ clients

It's professional advice... it's personal attention

We provide a complete range of legal and advisory services to private individuals, businesses and their families, and are dedicated to providing a personal and flexible service that is tailored to our client's individual requirements with a confident and considerate approach.

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