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Personal Injury Solicitors in Nottingham

Experiencing a personal injury can be physically and emotionally traumatic and affect your whole life. Personal injury solicitors can help you get your life back on track.

Our team of highly experienced personal injury lawyers can help you claim the compensation you deserve. We secure injury compensation for clients nationwide.

We’re here to help support you throughout the claims process and we operate on a No Win No Fee basis. Email our Personal Injury Team for a Free Claim Assessment

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Get the personal injury compensation you deserve

At Rotheras, our dedicated Personal Injury Solicitors are here to help individuals and their families get their life back on track. Because of this, we are committed to getting justice and compensation for those who suffer injuries through no fault of their own.

 

 

No Win, No Fee Personal Injury Solicitors

A ‘no win, no fee’ claim is also known as a conditional fee agreement.

This type of agreement reduces your risk because there are no fees to pay upfront. And if your personal injury case is not successful, then you do not have to pay any legal fees, so long as you have co-operated with us and have not misled us. In other words, you can focus on your recovery, without worrying about legal fees.

But, if your case is successful, then our fees will be no more than 25% of your compensation.

Information about No Win No Fee

 

 

Accident at Work Compensation

Your employer has a legal duty to give you a safe working environment. That is to say that they should provide safe equipment and safe working practices. Similarly, employers should also provide protective equipment and appropriate training.

When an employer fails to provide these, serious injuries can happen that can affect your ability to work.

Accidents at work can occur in many different industries but are prevalent in the construction industry, manufacturing, and agriculture.

Work-based accidents can include anything from injuries from manual handling to loss of limbs. Contact our personal injury solicitors if you think you may have a claim for compensation.

Accident at Work Claims

 

 

Road Traffic Accident

Being involved in a car accident can be a traumatic experience. The injuries sustained can vary from minor whiplash to severe and life changing, for example. Injuries could require rehabilitation and on-going medical support.

Road traffic accidents can be caused by several factors. For instance, these include poor weather conditions, negligence of other road users, vehicle malfunctions and even poor road maintenance.

If you have been involved in an accident on the road, as the driver or a passenger, it is important to seek legal advice at the earliest opportunity.

Claims can be made for medical bills, repairs to your vehicle. But also, any income you have lost because of having had to take time off work because of your injuries. By contacting us, you can see if you have a case.

Road Traffic Accident Claims

 

 

Serious Injury Claims

Serious injuries can have a life-changing impact not only on the injured party, but their family too.

Suffering a serious injury could mean that you need immediate and long-term care. For example, adaptations to your home or you may need ongoing medical care. It is also likely your injury will affect your ability to work in the future.

Serious injury cases can be incredibly traumatic to everyone involved. They can involve serious brain and head injuries to loss of senses such as hearing or sight. You can also make a claim on the behalf of a relative that has suffered an injury.

Serious Injury Claims

 

 

Slips, Trips and Falls

Suffering from a serve slip, trip and fall can have an impact on your quality of life. For instance, injuries to your back can limit your mobility. You find that your slip, trip or fall has resulted in the loss of earnings. Potentially you may need to make adaptions to your home or had to require extra care.

In many cases, these accidents are the result of someone else’s negligence. As a result, this means they could have been avoided.

For example, slips caused by wet floors with no warnings, uneven flooring, poor lighting, or unexpected hazards are all common negligence issues.

Has your life changed because of negligence? You may have a case. Contact us for a free initial meeting.

Slips, Trips and Falls Claims

 

 

Medical Negligence

When a medical professional breach their duty of care to you, this could result in injury. These injuries can negatively impact your quality of life or, in severe cases, loss of life.

For example, common medical negligence claims include;

  • Failure to diagnose
  • Failure to treat
  • Delay in treatment
  • Incorrect or improper treatment
  • Failure to gain patients consent

Suffering from medical negligence could mean that you need immediate and long-term care. As a result, adaptations to your home as well as your injury potentially affecting your ability to work in the future may occur.

Medical Negligence Claims

 

 

Other types of Accidents and Injuries

Having an accident that results in injury can be a physical and emotional journey. But, with years of experience covering many different cases, types of injuries and accidents, Rotheras is here to help.

Whether you have suffered injury from a dog bite, a beauty treatment, playing sports or even when out shopping, you may have a claim. Explore other types of accidents areas that Rotheras specialise in.

Types of Accidents

 

 

Can I make a Personal Injury Claim?

If you wish to make a compensation claim, you need to act fast. There are strict legal time limits in place. This means the sooner you seek legal advice, the more help can be provided.

Note: Compensation claims should be brought within three years of the date of the occurrence.

It is also important that the injury was caused by another party (either directly, or indirectly) who owed you a duty of care.

 

 

How do I make a Personal Injury Claim?

If you are suffering from an accident and believe you have a claim, it is important to follow these simple steps:

Report your accident

After any necessary medical treatment, it is vital that you report your accident to the person or authority you believe is responsible. As a result, an official record of the incident, including time and date, exists.

For example, for slips on a wet floor in a shop, you will need to record the accident with the shop owners. Likewise, injuries at work will need recording your employer. Meanwhile, trips on the pavement will need recording with the local authority.

Gather evidence

Collect the contact details of any nearby witnesses. Gather more evidence by taking photos of the area the accident took place and any injuries you sustained, for example.

Seek legal advice

Contact us for an initial, free enquiry. Our team will be able to advise you if you have a claim. After that, you will be assigned a dedicated member of the team to handle your case.

Making a Personal Injury Claim

 

 

Why should I choose Rotheras as my personal injury solicitor?

Rotheras Solicitors is a law firm that cares about the individual. Your case is unique to you. Therefore, the circumstances, injuries and the way it affects your life are all unique. We take notice of that and, as a result, it is why it matters to us that your case will be handled by a dedicated member of our team.

Because of this, we will handle your case to suit your needs.

  • There is no need for you to meet us at our offices. So your qualified case handler is happy to meet you at your home or even at the hospital.
  • Possible interim payments can be arranged before settling your compensation claim. Consequently, this can help ensure immediate care, or rehabilitation needs are met.
  • You will get support from start to finish. You will be kept updated on the progress at all stages. Because of this, you know exactly what is happening with your case.
  • Help is given so you access any additional services you might require. From ongoing medical care to rehabilitation treatment, for instance.
  • Assistance can be made in making a claim for a child or a relative of yours that has passed away as a result of an injury.

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Greg Almond

Greg Almond

g.almond@rotheras.co.uk

Greg qualified as a solicitor in 2006 and has specialised in Personal Injury for more than 14 years. He acts for clients who have suffered life changing injuries. Greg also specialises in cosmetic and clinical negligence claims.

Paul Smith

Paul Smith

p.smith@rotheras.co.uk

Paul Smith is a Personal Injury Solicitor at Nottingham-based law firm Rotheras Solicitors; he has 19 years’ experience working as a Personal Injury solicitor, covering a broad range of injury cases.

Rebecca Howard

Rebecca Howard

r.howard@rotheras.co.uk

Rebecca is a Litigation Executive in the Personal Injury department at Rotheras and is based at our Lace Market Office

Eva Best

e.best@rotheras.co.uk

Eva Best is a Paralegal in Rotheras’ Personal Injury department and is based at our Lace Market office in the heart of Nottingham City Centre.

Hannah Manewell

Hannah Manewell

h.manewell@rotheras.co.uk

Hannah Manewell is a Personal Injury Solicitor at Nottingham-based law firm Rotheras Solicitors and has spent the entirety of her 14-year career working in Personal Injury, covering a broad range of injury cases.

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