Personal Injury Solicitors Luton
Do I have a Personal Injury Claim?
- The defendant owed you a duty of care
- The defendant breached that duty of care
- You suffered injury/damage as a result of the defendant’s breach of duty
- The injury/damage which you suffered is not too far removed from the defendant’s wrongdoing.
One of our personal injury experts will discuss your case with you to help you decide whether or not there is a claim to be made and in what way the above points relate to your claim. We have a vast amount of experience in the following types of claim:
Accident at Work Personal Injury Claims
Road Traffic Accident Claims in Luton
Luton is a busy town with many major roads bisecting the town centre and the surrounding areas. Unsurprisingly, there a large number of road traffic accidents (RTAs) every year in Luton and many of these cause injuries for which you may be due compensation. To begin your claim, the RTA must have occurred within the last three years and no matter whether you were a driver, a passenger, a cyclist or a pedestrian, if you suffered an injury as a result of someone else’s negligence you are likely due compensation. Even if the driver of the vehicle who was at fault for the accident is uninsured or cannot be traced, we are still able to help you gain the compensation you deserve for the injuries you have suffered.
Life Changing Injury Claims and Fatal Accident Claims Luton
Serious and fatal accidents as a result of someone else’s negligence do, unfortunately happen. In these kind of scenarios, it is important to have a specialist who is experienced in dealing with these cases who can guide you through the process. Our experience not only allows us to help from a claim perspective, but we also find ourselves answering and helping with other questions family members may have during this difficult time.
Slips, Trips & Falls
Whenever a member of the public is using a piece of land or building belonging to someone else, there is a duty of care upon the owner of the premises to ensure the safety of any visitors. The owners are liable for any accidents that may occur, due to their negligence, under occupier’s liability and/or public liability laws.
For example, if an accident occurs as a result of a dangerous defect on a pathway, such as a pothole, then the highways Authorities and local councils (who are responsible for the proper maintenance of these pathways) would be liable. In much the same way, the owners of shops and restaurants have to ensure their premises are fit for public use.
Other Commonly Seen Injury Claims
There have been numerous stories in the news of late reporting on product recalls which is often a result of a product found to be unsafe after a number of people have had adverse effects whilst using the product. From children’s toys to cars, if you have been hurt as a result of a product not being fit for purpose then compensation may be due. One of our expert solicitors can assist you with the process involved in making a claim. However, in the initial stages it would be beneficial if you have as much of the product’s identifiable material as possible. This includes, receipts, product packaging, instructions and, if possible, the product itself.
Animal injuries vary in severity but are a surprisingly common occurrence. From injuries caused directly by the animal, such as being bitten by a dog or kicked by a horse, to injuries where the animal has indirectly caused the accident, such as when an animal causes an RTA, there is often the possibility of a claim. Get in touch with us if you have been injured by an animal and see how we can help.
Contact our Personal Injury Solicitors Serving Luton
If you require assistance with an injury you have suffered then give our friendly personal injury team a call today. You can contact us on 01462 483 800 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org. We are able to offer home visits to some of our clients in Luton in particular circumstances but every client receives the same high level of service when it comes to their claim.