Updated: Tuesday, 2nd August 2016
Whether you live in Kesgrave or anywhere else in the UK, our injury solicitors can manage your claim and we will arrange a medical report at a local medical centre.
Making a personal injury claim
Claims must usually be made within 3 years of the date you were injured or learned of your injury.
Powerful legislation is in place to give support to injured Claimants, and Quittance's network of specialist lawyers have years of experience giving advice to clients with regard to the strength of their claims.
In order to successfully win an injury claim, it must be shown that:
- The Defendant owed you a duty of care
- The Defendant breached that duty
- Your injury or illness was caused by that breach
Getting your claim started sooner will allow the solicitor to gather supporting statements from witnesses.
How to choose the best injury lawyer for you
Finding a suitable injury lawyer to help you is your most important step towards obtaining the best compensation settlement.
With some over 100 offices within 25 miles of Kesgrave, how do you ensure you choose the ideal company to pursue compensation for you?
Do you have to choose a solicitor in Kesgrave?
Many solicitors operate nationwide, allowing Claimants to make a choice based on factors including level of success fees charged and quality of service.
The only element of a personal injury claim that usually does require a local service is the medical. This exam is carried out in partnership with a member of our national medical network.
The contrast in success fees between different firms often surprises prospective Claimants.
As an example the amount retained by a Claimant who was awarded £4,366 for a severe thumb dislocation could conceivably vary from £2,620 to £3,711.
More information How much can you claim?
Look into Kesgrave personal injury solicitor reviews
The standards of communication and advice offered by solicitors, as with any professional service, can vary to a large extent.
Online personal injury solicitor reviews can help build a picture when attempting to decide which lawyer to choose.
Cases we handle in Kesgrave
Compensation can be arranged for a wide range of injuries and illnesses in Kesgrave and throughout Suffolk. Quittance have helped with injuries and illness including:
Slip and trip accidents
Official data indicate that slips and trips are, by a considerable degree, the most frequent cause of accidents leading to injury at work in Suffolk and the UK in 2015. They are quite often lead to accidents recorded in a different category for instance being hit by a runaway vehicle, a fall from a ladder or an asphyxiation accident. Public place (Suffolk Coastal local authority) litigation for injuries such as sprained wrists occurring on spillages are also common with recent pavement crack trips having happened on Selkirk Rd.
Road traffic claims
Quittances group of specialist litigators have decades of experience in getting the best compensation for people injured in a car accident in Kesgrave.
Accidents involving cars, mororbikes and all other vehicles in Kesgrave are relatively commonplace. Police repoetrs reveal that there were a total of 2214 accidents (1923 slight accidents, 266 serious accidents and 25 fatal accidents) in 2013 in Suffolk local authority district. By 2014 the total had increased to 2,349.
Clinical and medical negligence in Kesgrave
Clinical negligence (formerly known as medical negligence) is when there has been a breach of duty on the part of a General Practitioner or any other medical professional. An example could be a cosmetic surgery claim. Our panel of personal injury lawyers acting for Suffolk and Kesgrave have helped Claimants with legal cases brought against private and NHS hospitals including Nuffield Health Ipswich Hospital, Foxhall Road, Ipswich, IP4 5SW.
Quittance has helped people hurt in an accident, from metal workers to information scientists, to claim compensation from their employer. Injury and illness data for the Suffolk Coastal local authority reported in accordance with reporting legislation by the Government excerpted below:
|RIDAGGR reported work accidents in Suffolk Coastal Local Authority||2011/12||2012/13||2013/14|
|Machinery related injury||6||6||6|
|Harmful substance exposure (e.g. soil contamination)||5||2||0|
|Fall from height||34||10||20|
|Injured by an animal||3||3||2|
|Lifting and handling injuries||81||35||39|
|Slip or trip||72||43||55|
|Hit by vehicle||3||4||5|
|Hit by falling object||21||24||19|
|Trapped under falling object||0||0||1|
Courts recognise that serious injuries can have a life-altering impact on an injured person and their family. Damages will lessen the financial load and reduce stress so a Claimant and their dependants so they can prioritise recovery. Quittance's network of specialist lawyers engage with the other side's legal representatives and insurance providers, helping to ensure people impacted by serious accidents and injuries get legal and medical support.
Solicitors can help Claimants with claiming compensation for industrial illness ranging from respiratory diseases to asthma caused by enzymes.
Kesgrave No Win, No Fee Solicitors
In the event that your lawyer does not win injury claim, a No Win, No Fee agreement between you and the solicitor means you are not required to pay their legal costs. If the injury claim is successful, the costs for your solicitor must be settled by the losing party.
Are there hidden fees in the small print to be paid?
We promise that No Win, No Fee means an injured Claimant do not have to pay the law firm's legal fees in the event that the claim be unsuccessful.
Read more about No Win, No Fee
What happens next?
Whether you are ready to start you claim now or are simply looking for more information, Quittance can help.
Before you choose to instruct your solicitor you should arm yourself with as much information about the process as possible. This can help you make the right choice for your future.
Get answers to popular questions on the FAQ page.
Ready to begin?
Call an injury lawyer on 0800 612 7456 (or 0333 344 6575 from a mobile) to commence the claim for compensation. Alternatively, you can begin the claim for compensation here.
If you need to ask something else, contact us on 0800 612 7456 or request a callback.