All of our work is done on a no win no fee basis – so we only recover our legal costs if we win your case.
Are YOU are entitled to claim compensation?
- No win, no fee – no risk for you to claim
- You will receive at least 75% of your compensation
- Claim to recover any loss of earnings and other expenses
- Support with any medical treatment and rehabilitation
- Experienced and fully qualified legal team
- Members of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL)
Did you know we don’t claim against your employer?
Some clients are naturally concerned about making a claim against their employer but by law, your employer must have insurance in place to cover the event of an accident.
It’s the insurance company we make a claim against and our experience in this area means we are able to handle your claim sensitively whilst also protecting your rights as an employee.
We’ve been providing expertise in back injury compensation claims since 1999.
We are one the UK’s leading personal injury solicitors firms and not a “claims company”.
This means when you instruct us directly you’ll not only be saving the fee that a “claims company” will often charge you’ll also be talking to the people that are responsible for handling your case and obtaining the compensation you are entitled to.
Can I claim for a back injury at work?
The most common cause for a back injury at work is lifting or manual handling activites without adequate training or a lack of appropriate protection / adequate safety equipment. Injuries can also be caused by a slip, trip or fall. However you injured your back, if it wasn’t your fault and we can prove that – you’ll very likely be entitled to claim. If you’re unsure whether you can make a claim just tell us what happened – we’ll let you know
You can help us prevent further accidents
Making a claim for a back injury at work can often help prevent someone else being injured. Through our hard work and dedication on behalf of many thousands of clients, we have been able to highlight failings in health and safety, inadequate training or equipment and promote the interests of those injured in the workplace.