If you are based in Banbury or anywhere in the UK, our expert lawyers are able to handle your claim and we will always arrange a medical report at a medical centre near you.
Can I make a claim for injury compensation?
Updated: September 11, 2016
If you suffered an injury in the last three years and another party was at fault, Quittance's panel of solicitors can help you make a compensation claim.
Eligibility to claim
Claims should, in most cases, be made within 3 years of the date you were injured or learned of your injury.
Whether compensation is being claimed for a work-related illness or road accident, proving a claim will involve three issues. It must be demonstrated on the balance of probabilities that:
- the person or company causing the injury owed you a duty of care
- the duty of care was breached
- this breach caused your illness or injury
Find out how much you can claim
The injury compensation you are likely to receive will depend on a number of points. Our easy to use compensation calculator gives you a good idea of your potential compensation award.
Road traffic accident claims in Banbury
Quittance's group of skilled road traffic accident injury solicitors have years of experience in obtaining optimum awards for people who have been injured in a road accident in Banbury.
Road traffic accidents involving cars, motorcycles and other vehicles in Banbury are relatively commonplace with statistics showing 19 fatal accidents, 308 serious accidents and 1635 slight accidents in 2013 in Oxfordshire (Total events were 1962 local authority district. By 2014 total accidents had increased to 2,201. Incidents in the Banbury region in 2013 included car crashes on the A422 and A4260 roundabout and on the A361 and B4035 roundabout.
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Work accident claims in Banbury
We have assisted people injured in an accident, from soldiers to academic librarians, to claim maximum compensation. Accident information in the Banbury local authority are listed under RIDDOR regulations by the HSE:
|Work accidents in Cherwell Local Authority HSE)||2011/12||2012/13||2013/14|
|Electric shock injury||1||0||0|
|Contact with machinery||10||18||9|
|Harmful substance exposure (e.g. soil contamination)||4||2||5|
|Fall from height||28||27||16|
|Animal related (e.g. livestock)||0||2||2|
|Lifting and handling injuries||93||46||48|
|Slip, trip, fall same level||82||64||66|
|Struck by moving vehicle||7||3||5|
|Struck by object||43||23||20|
|Trapped underneath something||2||2||0|
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Other claims handled by Quittance
Courts recognise that a serious injury can have a life-altering effect on an injured person and their dependants.
A claim should ease the financial burden and reduce the pressure on a Claimant so they can focus on recovery.
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Slip and trip accidents
Official data emphasise the fact that employee slips, trips and falls are, by a considerable degree, the most prevalent accident in the Oxfordshire workplace. These types of accident are often the cause of injuries filed under a different category like being hit by an object falling from a machine, a crush injury from something overturning or a river drowning accident. Public liability negligence claims injuries like fractured vertebrae sustained on poorly maintained paths are also quite common with pavement trips having happened on High Street.
Clinical and medical negligence in Banbury
Clinical negligence (medical negligence) is the term for when a patient is injured or becomes ill as the result of a GP or other medical professional's carelessness. Quittance's specialist solicitor panel can help you make a claim against the NHS hospital or private clinic.
If you only want a formal account of what went wrong instead of financial compensation, you could make a formal complaint. You can write to Warneford Hospital, Warneford Lane, Headington, Oxford, Oxfordshire, for example, to make a formal complaint against Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust.
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Banbury No Win, No Fee Solicitors
You can confidently make a claim without any financial risk with Quittance's No Win, No Fee guarantee. Our national network of solicitors cover Banbury and across the UK.
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Meet the QLS team
Our nationwide panel of solicitors handle all types of claims in Banbury and have a wealth of expertise with fast track, complex and catastrophic injury claims. Selected on the basis of their track record in recovering compensation, Quittance's panel solicitors have years of experience handling injury claims.
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Have Quittance solicitors handled many claims in Banbury?
We are a national panel of expert personal injury solicitors that assists people in Banbury, Oxfordshire and across the UK, get maximum compensation for their injuries.
We have helped hundreds of claimants in Oxfordshire seek compensation for a range of injury circumstances, including motorbike pillion passenger accidents and factory accidents.
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Frequently asked questions
Is your service 100% No Win, No Fee?
Our no win, no fee service means that 100% of your legal fees are covered if your case is not successful. This means you will never be out of pocket.
What to consider when picking the right lawyer
Selecting the most suitable legal representation to help you is a critical step towards successfully claiming the highest compensation award for your illness or injuries.
How do you make certain you instruct the best legal practice to take on your case?
Banbury solicitor reviews
Service levels provided by solicitors can differ.
Researching reviews can help build a picture if you are trying to decide which solicitor to pick.
The difference in the level of success fees charged by firms is quite surprising.
For instance the amount retained by an injured person having been awarded ?12,212 for scarring could conceivably vary from ?7,327 to ?10,380.
Will I need to choose a local lawyer ?
The location of the solicitor is not especially critical as injury cases are typically handled by phone, post and email.
You will need to choose a firm that has national medical centres as you will usually be expected to attend a medical assessment.
Rakhi Chauhan secures £80,000 following a road collision with a lorry
The victim was forced off the road when a lorry driver fell asleep at the wheel.
Kevin Walker obtains £80,000 for a construction worker's catastrophic hand injury
The worker also recieved trauma-specialist physiotherapy, welfare advice and state-of-the-art prostheses.