Updated: Friday, 5th August 2016

No matter whether you live in Kimberley or anywhere else in the UK, Quittance can are able to manage your claim and we will always set up a medical report at a local medical centre.

Making an injury claim

Claims should, in most cases, be made within three years.

In order to win a Kimberley personal injury case, it should be demonstrated that:

  • The Defendant owed you a duty of care
  • The Defendant breached that duty
  • Your injury or illness was caused by that breach

Starting your claim as soon as possible will allow your solicitor to help gather useful supporting evidence and witness statements.

How to find the right injury lawyer

Finding the most appropriate injury solicitor to help you is a key step towards claiming the best settlement or award.

What is the best way to make certain you select the ideal one to help you?

The disparity in personal injury success fees and ATE premiums between solicitors is vast

As an example the amount of compensation retained by an injured person being awarded compensation of £17,870 for loss of taste could conceivably vary from £10,722 to £15,189.

See How to compare personal injury fees

Are Kimberley Claimants restricted to only local lawyers?

You do not need to choose a lawyer near you.

Usually, the only aspect that needs a local service provider is the medical exam. This exam provides necessary medical evidence to support your claim, and is carried out in partnership with a member of our national medical network.

Wherever your solicitor is based, they will arrange for a local medical expert to carry out the exam.

Check Kimberley personal injury solicitor reviews

Service standards provided by solicitors, as with any professional service, can differ considerably.

Online reviews can certainly be helpful if you are thinking about which solicitor best serves your needs.

Find out more Quittance reviews

Claims our panel of solicitors conducts in Kimberley

It is possible to claim compensation for a broad range of injuries in Kimberley and Nottinghamshire. Quittance can assist with injuries and medical conditions including:

Slips and trips

Health and Saftey Executive statistics highlight the fact that slips, trips and falls are still the most prevalent accident in the Nottinghamshire workplace. They are quite often lead to accidents attributed to other reasons such as being hit by an object falling from a machine, a lifting injury or a swimming pool drowning accident. Public place (Broxtowe local authority) compensation claims for injuries such as fractured vertebrae sustained on pavement ice are also quite common with pavement trips having occurred in the area.

Accidents in the workplace

Quittance has assisted claims for people, from members of the army to learning disability nurses, to claim for their work related injuries. Work injury information for the Broxtowe local authority are detailed under RIDDOR by the Government in the following table:

Work accidents in Broxtowe Local Authority (RIDAGGR)2011/122012/132013/14
Undetermined18149
Electrical injury001
Machinery related injury3102
Exposure to harmful substance100
Fall from height766
Animal related (e.g. dog bites)101
Lifting and handling injuries523434
Physical assault113
Slip, trip or fall463235
Struck against424
Struck by moving vehicle222
Hit by object16913
Trapped by something collapsing110

Road traffic compensation claims

Quittances network of expert personal injury lawyers have decades of experience in obtaining optimum compensation for people injured in a car or motorbike crash in Kimberley.

Road traffic accidents involving cars, motorcycles and other vehicles in Kimberley are not uncommon. Government statistics reveal a total of 2461 accidents (2116 slight accidents, 317 serious accidents and 28 fatal accidents) in 2013 in Newark and Sherwood local authority area. By 2014 accidents increased to 2,533. Incidents in the Kimberley area in 2013 included car crashes on the roundabout of the M1 and A610 slip road and on the A610 and A6002 roundabout.

Industrial disease

Personal injury lawyers can help with securing compensation for industrial illness that range from occupational asthma to emphysema.

Medical negligence in Kimberley

Clinical negligence, at one time known as medical negligence, is the term used to describe a failure to carry out a responsibility on the part of a healthcare professional. Quittance's specialist panel of injury solicitors covering Nottinghamshire and Kimberley have assisted with clinical negligence cases brought against hospitals including Highbury Hospital, Highbury Road, Nottingham, NG6 9DR.

Kimberley serious injury compensation

The Quittance team understand the difference an injury claim makes to people whose lives have been affected by major injury.

By limiting the pressure a major injury places on an injured Claimant and their dependants, a successful claim enables people to concentrate on their recovery and rehabilitation.

How No Win, No Fee injury lawyers handle claims in Kimberley

If your lawyer does not win injury claim, a No Win, No Fee agreement between you and your solicitor states that you will not have to pay their fees. If you win your claim, the fees for your lawyer must be paid by the other party.

Quittance's No Win, No Fee guarantee

Some firms could levy extra costs if the case does not complete. Through a Quittance solicitor, No Win, No Fee is guaranteed, with nothing extra in the small print. Click here for more information about No Win, No Fee.

What to do next

Whether you are ready to start you claim now or are simply looking for more information, Quittance can help.

Get answers to your questions

Before you choose your solicitor you should arm yourself with as much information about the process as you need. The right answers can help you make the right decision.

Find more answers online without picking up the phone. Read our frequently asked questions here.

Get your compensation claim underway

If you are ready to proceed, you can start your claim by calling 0800 612 7456 (or 0333 344 6575 from a mobile) or via the contact form here.

Our specialist team can help. Need more information? You can request a free callback or call 0800 612 7456.