Accidents and injuries

“Thank you again for helping me through and being so encouraging and supportive. I don't know what I would have done without you.”

Miss O Plymouth
If you have an accident or injury that is not your fault, our Personal Injury team is one of the best in the UK at making a compensation claim against those responsible. Our specialist personal injury lawyers are experts in understanding all possible aspects of your claim, including pain and suffering, medical treatment, rehabilitation, home care and loss of income due to time off work.

Please click on the links below for detailed information on the types of accident injuries we deal with from accidents at work, to road traffic accidents and serious head injuries. We have the experience and specialists to help you.

Our clients choose BL Claims Solicitors to handle their accident and injury compensation claims because:

  • We are acknowledged leaders in the field
  • Our legal team has, collectively, many years of experience in winning personal injury compensation claims
  • We talk to our clients in jargon-free language
  • We act quickly so clients get the money they need as fast as possible
  • We are members of industry bodies and panels related to personal injury, which means that BL Claims Solicitors is recognised as being in the premier league of the legal industry
  • You will discuss your case with a highly qualified lawyer right from the outset

Click on the links below for specific accident and injury claims and details of cases studies that are regularly handled by the BL Claims Solicitors Personal Injury team.

Contact us today to start your claim, by completing the Call Back form on the top right of this page or clicking here to complete a Contact Form.

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BL Claims give seminar on complaints procedures

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BL Claims gave a successful talk to the Kingston Centre for Independent Living earlier this week at their annual conference. Our experts gave two 30 minute talks to service users about how to make the complaints system work.

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What can cycle couriers do to protect themselves?

Press Release

Oliver Jeffcott - our cycling solicitor discusses what cycle couriers can do to protect themselves if they are injured whilst making a delivery.

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Bakery worker wins compensation after breathing in flour dust

Press Release

A Southampton man who suffered severe health problems from exposure to flour dust at the bakery where he worked has been awarded a five-figure sum in compensation.

Car insurance
The myth of reduced insurance premiums

The BBC has reported that motorists could see their car insurance premiums reduced as a result of government plans to cut compensation for whiplash injuries.

Duty of care – guarding against foreseeable risks

Personal Injury specialist Malcolm Johnson reviews the case of Edwards v London Borough of Sutton [2016] EWCA Civ 1005, examining issues of duty of care in common law negligence cases.

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Insurers are continuing to take advantage of motorists

An article in the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers' PI Focus in September is a stark reminder of how motor insurers are benefiting from changes in personal injury litigation but are not passing on the benefits to drivers by way of lower premiums

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome – The Vibration Puzzle

There is a long established association between vibration exposure and carpal tunnel syndrome.

Brexit - A travel claims lawyer's perspective

How will the Brexit vote affect travel claims? Whilst the UK has voted to leave the EU, it is not clear as to what that exit will look like or as to how we will construe the laws that we have adopted over the last 40 years.

Fireworks Night:: Enjoy yourself without becoming a casualty

If you are hosting an event with fireworks - here is what you need to do to ensure that everyone stays safe and that the night does not end in A&E.

Settlement reached in multi-jurisdictional aviation case

Mr X was caught up in the volcanic ash disruptions in April 2010. His flight from Paris was cancelled and he was placed in an airport hotel. At the hotel, he sustained an injury after falling from his wheelchair.

£1.4million settlement reached for long-term damage to ankle

Miss A had an accident which resulted in a severe fracture dislocation of her left ankle. Despite several operations, she developed a severely painful and arthritic ankle which affected her ability to work.

Damages awarded to man with serious chest injury

Mr Healy was a carpenter and groundworker in Luton who suffered a road traffic accident in June 2011. He sustained soft tissue injuries to his lumbar and cervical spine, as well as a fracture to his sternum.