Lawyers specialising in personal injury compensation claims
If you have been involved in an accident as a pedestrian, we may be able to assist you to pursue a claim.
If you think that you may have a claim or even if you are not sure please contact us on 01234 360140 or complete the online enquiry form. At a free informal initial consultation which can be held either over the telephone or in person we will discuss with you the circumstances surrounding your accident and injury, answer any questions you may have and advise as to whether in our opinion you have a legitimate personal injury claim with reasonable prospects of success.
Unlike some lawyers we are willing to take on those claims that are not straightforward and may carry some risks. If we do take your case on we shall quickly start the personal injury process and endeavour to expedite your claim, seeking maximum compensation for you.
September 2012: Compensation received by 2 brothers (children) who were injured after being struck by a car at a bus stop
This firm acted for two brothers who were waiting at a bus stop on their way to school when a driver lost control of his vehicle and collided with the bus stop striking both boys. Remarkably the brothers suffered minor injuries although this was a distressing experience for them both particularly the older brother who was due to write his first GCSE paper that very day. The older brother sustained bruising to his hip area which resolved within two weeks whilst the younger brother sustained a minor head injury and facial bruising from which he was recovered in four weeks. Emmott Snell solicitors was pleased to pursue this case on behalf of the brothers. The defendant swiftly admitted they were at fault and supportive medical evidence was obtained. The brothers' claims were settled with each receiving in the excess of £1,100 these sums being approved at a an infant settlement hearing at a local county court.
The brothers' mother commented "I had an excellent service throughout and I am glad I chose this firm".