Personal Injury

If you’ve been injured in an accident whether it was at work, involved a car, or in a public place, seeking compensation could be the last thing on your mind.

While compensation won’t take away your injury, it can help to meet the additional costs you might be incurring such as loss of income, transport costs for hospital appointments, prescriptions and other medical treatment costs. There are hundreds of personal injury lawyers to choose from - here’s why so many people in Calderdale and Kirklees choose us:

We’re an established, trusted legal practice with a proven track record in handling a wide range of injury claims. From illness or injury caused at work to motor vehicle accidents, medical negligence, holiday mishaps whether home or abroad, injury involving animals, trips in the street and slips in the supermarket.

We’ve dealt with every kind of personal injury case – from minor mishaps to serious accidents.

We’ll take the time to get you the best possible settlement. This means we won’t settle too quickly at the risk of minimising your compensation (unlike accident management companies who tend to have a financial interest in cases being settled quickly).

We work on a No Win No Fee basis and you keep 100% of any compensation awarded (except criminal injury applications). Our dedicated specialists have years of experience in the field of personal injury. They will handle your case personally from start to finish

Follow the links to see what we do

Work related injury

Road Traffic Accidents

Accidents in a public place

Accidents in shops/supermarkets/private property

Accidents abroad

Medical mistakes

Please call Nick Berry (Halifax & Brighouse ) or Roy Dunn ( Huddersfield) for FREE, no obligation  advice or complete our CALLBACK form and we’ll call you

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