Personal Injury — whether accidental or criminal — can have dramatic and sometimes devastating consequences. At Murria Solicitors, we ensure that you receive the best support, care and rehabilitation.
Our Personal Injury Team is made up of skilled, experienced negotiators and litigators, who will fight for the maximum compensation for your injuries, whether they be serious or relatively minor. We provide a specialist and highly personal service, devoted to a satisfactory outcome in all cases, from minor whiplash claims to brain damage and permanent disability.
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At Murria Solicitors, we operate most cases on a “no win no fee” basis, and we can act as your nominated representative if you have legal expenses insurance. However, in the absence of legal expenses cover, we can also arrange for “after the event” insurance.
If there is no insurance policy in place this shouldn’t stop you from robustly defending a claim if you were not to blame for the accident or injury. In these incidents, we will advise you on the best course of action, the associated costs and represent your best interests.
Murria have experience in every area of Personal and Criminal Injury Claims, including but not limited to the following:
- Workplace accidents
- Road traffic and public transport accidents
- Highway slip/trip accidents
- Accidents in public spaces e.g. shopping centres
- Air accidents and crashes
- Industrial diseases
- Product liability
- Sexual abuse
In all cases, we ensure that our clients receive clear advice and prompt access to our team. We know that as well as obtaining maximum compensation, speed and sensitivity are also important. We will also make sure that our clients are kept fully informed at all points throughout the case.
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