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Personal Injury

Every day innocent people are injured when on the road, out in public, at work, or from someone else’s negligence, through no fault of their own. If this is you, you’re within your rights to make a compensation claim. 

Here at Ward & Rider we offer no win, no fee claims for individuals who’ve been injured through no fault of their own. These injuries can often cause serious financial problems through loss of earnings and medical treatment costs, not to mention the long-term impact of any health complications.

We deal with a wide array of claims, including: accidents at work, accidents on the road, medical negligence claims, head injuries, spinal injuries, sports injuries, holiday claims, and loss of limbs. You can read more about some of our past cases and our results.

Why choose us?

Why choose Ward & Rider, personal injury law specialists, to assist you in making a compensation claim?

First and foremost we are a law firm and not an accident management company. This means that our primary focus is to get you the compensation you need and deserve.

We aren’t affiliated with insurance companies in any way, which means that we will do everything we can to get you the maximum compensation possible.

With us, one of our dedicated personal injury team will act as your direct point of contact, so you know exactly who you are dealing with. You will receive an unrivalled level of service as our personal injury experts are completely client focused and quality managed to the highest standard

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My solicitor Matthew was impeccable. Always kept me right up-to-date and maximised my claim. Thank you so much

Simon Evans

Personal Injury Case Studies

£400k for the Estate of an individual killed during the course of a road traffic accident

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£28k received for retail worker who suffered a personal injury at work

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£50k Awarded for Accident at Work

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£160k for Claimant who Suffered an Injury at Work

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Types of Personal Injury Claims

Tripping and Slipping
Road Accident
Accidents at Work
Defective Product
Head Injury
Accidents Abroad
Work-Related Illness
Criminal Injury
Spinal Injury

Our Personal Injury team

Find out more about some of our Personal Injury team. We have legal experts all over the UK who can help.

Jason Claridge

Managing Director and Joint Head of Personal Injury

Huw Phillips

Director and Joint Head of Personal Injury

Arvinder Nagra

Director & Personal Injury Solicitor

Personal Injury FAQs

Generally speaking, if you’ve been injured in an accident or as a result of someone’s negligence, you can make a claim within 3 years from the date it occurred, or within 3 years of your date of knowledge; this is known as the ‘limitation period’. There are exceptions to this rule and sometimes shorter or longer limitation periods apply, so it is important that you speak to a personal injury lawyer without delay to ensure that you do not miss the limitation period.

We can help with all types of claims including the following:

  • Accident at Work Claims
  • Road Accident Claims
  • Slip and Trip Claims
  • Spinal Injury Claims
  • Medical Negligence Claims
  • Head Injury Claims
  • Serious Injury Claims
  • Sports Injuries
  • Loss of Limbs
  • Accidents on Cruise Ships
  • Accidents on Airplanes
  • Accidents Abroad
  • Holiday Claims
  • Fatal Accident Claims
  • Defective Product Claims
  • Mesothelioma Claims
  • Motorbike Accident Claims
  • Industrial Deafness Claims
  • Criminal Injury Claims
  • Industrial Injury Claims
  • Repetitive Strain Injury Claims
  • Vibration White Finger Claims

If you’re unsure whether you should be seeking compensation as a result of an accident that wasn’t your fault or as a result of someone’s negligence, you should seek legal advice as soon as possible; particularly if you have suffered physical and/or psychological injuries as a result.

When claiming for compensation as a result of an accident that wasn’t your fault or as a result of someone’s negligence, as much emphasis is placed upon the psychological and mental effects as any physical injuries that you have suffered. These psychological symptoms can often include sleep deprivation, anxiety, depression, and change of personality. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, you should always notify your lawyer.

Want to pursue a Personal Injury claim?

Get in touch with Ward & Rider Solicitors today to speak to one of our expert solicitors, or to book a consultation.