Personal Injury Claims:
Accident at Work, Road Traffic Accident, Accident in Public, Serious Injury, and More

Do you need assistance in making your personal injury claim? SilverOak Solicitors are here to advise and support you at every step of your legal journey.

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    Personal Injury Claims:
    Accident at Work,
    Road Traffic Accident,
    Accident in Public,
    Serious Injuries, and more

    Do you need assistance making your personal injury claim? SilverOak Solicitors are here to advise and support you at every step of your legal journey.

    For personal injury claims, we operate on a No Win No Fee basis with a free initial case assessment.

      Request a Call Back

      A free case assessment from one of our personal injury experts

      Please select the type of injury:

      The best time to call you:

      Personal Injury Solicitors

      You are in good hands!

      Have you been injured? Was it someone else’s fault? Whether it was a road traffic accident, accident at work, or an accident in a public place, we understand that being injured can be a stressful and difficult experience. Our highly experienced personal injury solicitors will fight for the maximum compensation you deserve. Let us help you through this difficult time. We operate on a No Win No Fee basis so you won’t pay anything unless we win your case. Our success fee is both ethical and the most competitive on the market.

      Our main priority is to understand your situation and offer the best solution for you. Get in touch with us today and book a free case assessment to check whether you have a valid basis to make a claim. Give us a try and see the difference for yourself.

      You should be able to make a personal injury claim if the accident:

      Took place within the last three years

      Caused you harm

      Was caused by someone else (partially or wholly)

      Process your personal injury claim in 3 easy steps with us

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      1. Get in Touch

      Contact us and tell us about your personal injury case. We work on a 100% No Win No Fee basis, so you won’t pay a penny unless we win. Give as much information as you can. The more information you can provide, the better chance of successfully resolving your matter. The initial assessment is always free and with no obligation to engage afterwards. Call 020 8578 7778.

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      2. Build Your Case

      Let our personal injury experts do all the legal work for you. We will explain what documents you need to provide so that we can process your application. Once received, our personal injury lawyers will complete and submit the necessary documents to counterparties and courts.

      3. Success

      Remove the stress by having our personal injury lawyer by your side. Let us do the hard work. We will keep you updated every step of the way resulting in a successful outcome.

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      Personal Injury and Accident Types

      A personal injury claim is a way to seek compensation when you’ve been injured due to someone else’s fault. It could be from a car accident, a slip, or any injury caused by another person or organization negligence. We have helped clients who have suffered a wide range of injuries in an even wider range of circumstances. If you aren’t sure whether we can help with your case – reach out to us for a free consultation. Here are some examples of the most common forms of personal injury claims:

      Accident at work claim, accident in the warehouse, colleagues are trying to help

      An accident at work refers to an injury or illness caused by an employer’s negligence. For instance, factory accidents, construction site accidents, office accidents, warehouse accidents, farm accidents, and more.

      Accident in public place claim, unsafe pavement

      An accident in public refers to an injury that occurs in a public place, such as a supermarket, sidewalk, or public building, due to a hazardous condition. This can include slipping on a liquid with no warning signs, tripping on an uneven surface, or falling due to poor maintenance of a staircase or walkway.

      Road traffic accident claim, car crash claim, people arguing

      A road traffic accident is a collision between vehicles, bicycles, or pedestrians that occurs on a public road or highway. It can involve drivers, passengers, cyclists, or pedestrians who are injured due to the negligence of another party

      Serious accident claim, rehabilitation in the hospital

      A serious injury is a severe physical harm that is the result of an accident and can include brain injuries, serious burns, scarring, spinal cord injuries, or amputations.

      Fatal accident, personal injury claim. Focus on a shoe. Team paramedic firs aid accident on road. Ambulance emergency service.

      A fatal injury is an injury that results in the death of a person. It can occur as a result of an accident, such as a car crash, workplace incident, or medical negligence.

      Personal injury claim, man with leg injury sitting on sofa claiming compensation

      Other injuries can include those caused by medical negligence, faulty products, dog bite, sports-related incidents, military injuries, and injuries sustained while traveling abroad.

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        Why Choose SilverOak Solicitors?

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        No Win No Fee

        We work on a No Win No Fee basis for personal injury and housing disrepair claims. We only take on cases we are confident we can win. If we lose, you don’t pay our fees.

        Highly Experienced

        Our highly experienced solicitors and consultants have secured millions of pounds in compensation.

        Excellent Client Care

        You’ll have a dedicated file handler and senior solicitor working on your case so you won’t need to speak to lots of different people.

        Access to Medical Care

        We provide access to medical care and other support services for personal injury claimants.

        Interim Compensation Payments

        We can arrange interim compensation payments, where possible, for personal injury clients.

        SRA Regulated Law Firm

        We are a trustworthy SRA regulated law firm and member of The Law Society.

        Do you need legal assistance with your personal injury matter?

        Contact us for a free initial case assessment with our personal injury solicitors, providing you with insight on your case and enabling you to make an informed decision about pursuing legal action with confidence.

        Personal Injury Claims in the UK

        Did you know that road traffic accidents are the most common cause of personal injury claims in the UK? They account for about 50% of all claims. The second most common cause is slip and trip accidents, making up around 12% of all claims. When it comes to the types of injuries claimed in personal injury cases in the UK, whiplash, fractures, and soft tissue injuries are the most common. If you’re wondering about the average payout for a personal injury claim in the UK, it’s around £12,000.

        How Can I Start a Personal Injury Claim?

        Have you been injured? Was the accident caused by someone else? If you believe you have a basis for a personal injury claim, seek professional advice first. Reach out to our team of personal injury solicitors on 020 8578 7778, and we’ll carefully listen to your situation, determine if you might qualify for personal injury compensation, and then outline your options. This allows you to make an informed decision about your next steps. If it appears you have grounds for compensation, the choice to proceed is entirely yours.

        Is There a Risk to Start a Personal Injury Claim?

        We work on a Risk Free, No Win No Fee basis, which means you will only pay if we win your case. This can help to eliminate the financial risk of pursuing a personal injury claim.

        It’s important to speak with a personal injury solicitor to fully understand the risks and benefits of pursuing a claim. They can provide expert advice on whether your case has a reasonable chance of success and help you make an informed decision about whether to proceed.

        Is There a Specific Timeframe for Making a Personal Injury Claim?

        There’s a time limit for making your personal injury claim. It’s three years from when the date of the accident or when you first noticed the impact on your health. Your personal injury solicitor follows specific rules in regards to start the compensation claim. If you’re getting close to the three-year limitation period, call our friendly team on 020 8578 7778.

        There are some exceptions to the standard three-year limit:

        • Mental capacity: there are no time limits to make a claim on behalf of someone who doesn’t have the ability to handle their own case.
        • Children: Parents or guardians can make an injury claim for a child anytime until they turn 18. If no claim is made by then, the individual, now an adult, has three years until their 21st birthday to start a claim.

        Non Obligatory, Free Case Assessment

        Taking advantage of our non obligatory free case assessment is a first step toward understanding your legal options and potential compensation. We aim to provide you with valuable insights without any pressure to proceed. This complimentary assessment allows you to gain a clear understanding of the strength of your case, the potential outcomes, and the support you can receive.

        When you’re ready to take the next step, our experienced personal injury solicitors are here to guide you through the process, ensuring you make informed decisions about your personal injury claim. Call 020 8578 7778, or fill in the form and one of our friendly experts will be in touch with you. Your journey to justice begins here!

        How Personal Injury Solicitors Can Help You?

        Our personal injury solicitors provide legal services to individuals who have suffered physical or psychological injuries due to the negligence or wrongdoing of someone else. The services offered by our personal injury solicitors include:

        Legal advice: Personal injury solicitors can provide legal advice on a range of issues related to your injury, including the strength of your case, and the compensation you may be entitled to.

        Claim management: Personal injury solicitors can manage your claim on your behalf, including filing paperwork, corresponding with insurance companies or other parties involved, and negotiating a settlement or taking your case to court.

        Investigation: Personal injury solicitors can investigate the circumstances of your injury to determine who may be liable and to gather evidence to support your claim.

        Representation: If your case goes to court, a personal injury solicitor can represent you in front of a judge and jury, arguing your case and advocating for the compensation you deserve.

        Advocacy: Personal injury solicitors can advocate on your behalf to ensure that you receive the medical treatment and support you need to recover from your injuries.

        What Makes a Successful Personal Injury Claim?

        In simple terms, the most important factor of a successful case is having compelling evidence that clearly proves your injury was caused by the other party. Whether the responsibility is entirely on the other side or shared, known as shared negligence, your personal injury solicitor’s role is to construct a precise claim for the maximum compensation you deserve.

        The strength of the evidence significantly influences the speed of your personal injury case settlement. If the other party’s insurers readily admit liability due to strong evidence, the process is expedited. Even in cases of denied liability, a well-supported personal injury claim stands a good chance of successful resolution.

        Honesty in presenting evidence and accident circumstances is crucial. Some may attempt to manipulate the system by exaggerating facts, but this approach is unwise, and may lead to a claimant being deemed ‘fundamentally dishonest,’ allowing the solicitor to withdraw from the personal injury claim and charge for their time. It could also result in contempt of court proceedings.

        Why You Should Seek an Assistance of Personal Injury Solicitors?

        There are several reasons why you may seek the help of a personal injury solicitor:

        Legal expertise and experience: Personal injury solicitors have extensive knowledge of the legal system and can provide expert advice on how to navigate a personal injury claim. Our injury experts will assess the strength of your case and determine the best course of action.

        Maximise compensation: A personal injury solicitor can help you maximise the compensation you receive for your injuries. Our experts have experience in negotiating with insurance companies and can help you receive the compensation you deserve.

        Reduce stress: Dealing with a personal injury can be a stressful and emotional experience. A personal injury solicitor can help relieve some of this stress by taking care of the legal aspects of your claim on your behalf.

        Time-saving: Pursuing a personal injury claim can be a time-consuming process. Hiring a personal injury solicitor can save you time and energy by allowing them to handle the paperwork, correspondence, and negotiations on your behalf.

        Personal Injury Compensation Claims

        Success stories

        Road Traffic Accident Claim

        Our client was driving along the left lane of the dual carriageway when the defendant’s vehicle collided into the rear driver side of the claimant’s vehicle. The third party vehicle was untraceable and our client was a victim of a hit and run accident.

        Compensation: £36,762.00

        Road Traffic Accident Claim

        Our client was driving along the main road when the defendants’ vehicle came from a side road and collided into the driver side of his vehicle.

        Compensation: £5,685.00

        Road Traffic Accident Claim

        Our client was stationary at traffic lights when the third party vehicle overtook our client’s vehicle as the road narrowed down to one lane. As a result, the third party vehicle collided into the driver’s side of the client’s vehicle.

        Compensation: £26,700.00

        Proving a Personal Injury Claim

        Proving a personal injury claim is the first step toward a successful resolution. It relies on the expertise of a personal injury solicitor and an assessment of four key elements.

        Duty: A personal injury solicitor must determine whether the other party owed you (the claimant) a legal duty of care in the given circumstances. For instance, in the case of an accident in a public place, a council is obligated to maintain the safety of public pavements and roads.

        Breach: A personal injury solicitor must assess whether the other party breached that duty by taking or not taking specific actions. Building on the previous example, if the council neglects to maintain or repair a pavement, it may lead to a pedestrian tripping and falling.

        Causation: A personal injury solicitor must establish whether the actions or inactions of the other party directly caused your personal injury. For example, if defective equipment harmed you and led to an accident at work.

        Damages: A personal injury solicitor must confirm that you have suffered demonstrable injuries due to the other party’s actions or negligence. The court or settlement negotiations with the other party’s insurers can provide compensation, as seen in the case of an injured arm sustained in an accident at work.

        Collecting Data and Evidence

        Collect as much information and evidence as possible. Detailed and accurate records of the accident will assist your personal injury solicitor in building a strong case. Your solicitor will need important details, including the date, time, location, and type of injuries sustained. Include names and contact details of everyone involved, including witnesses, and registration numbers of vehicles if it was a road traffic accident. Note the names and wards of doctors or medical staff who treated you in the hospital or at your local GP practice.

        Keep track of dates and times for any subsequent visits to see medical professionals, as well as any extra expenses you or your family members incurred due to the accident. Maintain a log and retain receipts for items such as travel or accommodation expenses during medical appointments. Your solicitor will use all this information in your personal injury claim.

        Taking photos and recording your symptoms in a diary as you recover will paint a clear picture of your injuries. Good quality close-up images can be very helpful. If the injuries are hard to reach, say on the back, ask a trusted friend or family member to help.

        It’s also very useful to get statements from witnesses or friends and family after the accident, particularly if they’ve helped you recover or get about while you’ve been hurt. Be organised as your compensation claim progresses, as you’ll likely be asked for specific information relating to your accident. Letters and documents that relate to your accident and injury will almost certainly help add the extra detail needed. Please make sure you keep any relevant correspondence somewhere safe.

        Mobile Photography Tips for Personal Injury Claims

        When documenting an injury or accident scene for a personal injury claim, your mobile phone can be a valuable tool. Begin by ensuring the area is safe. Then, take clear photos from different angles to capture the entire scene. Close-ups of injuries, property damage, and any relevant details are essential. Make sure your phone’s camera settings are set to the highest resolution for clearer images. Use natural lighting whenever possible, but if it’s dark, enable the flash. Take both wide shots and focused images to provide a comprehensive view. Don’t forget to include any contributing factors, like a slippery surface or a faulty railing. Keep these pictures organized and timestamped for clarity. Additionally, consider capturing a brief video walkthrough of the scene to provide a more comprehensive perspective for your personal injury claim.

        How Long Will the Personal Injury Case Take?

        The length of a personal injury case can vary widely depending on the specific circumstances of the case. There are several factors that can affect the duration of a personal injury case, including the complexity of the case, the severity of the injuries, and the willingness of the parties involved to reach a settlement. In some cases, a personal injury case may be settled relatively quickly, such as within a 6-9 months. However, if the case goes to trial, it can take significantly longer.

        How Does the Personal Injury Claims Process Work?

        We take the stress out of you and ensure you’re in good hands with our team of experienced personal injury solicitors. They handle everything and keep you informed every step of the way. Here’s a simple breakdown of how the personal injury claim process works:

        Step 1: Assessment
        Chat with our personal injury solicitor to see if you have a valid claim. If you do, we explain your options and match you with the right expert.

        Step 2: Consultation
        Your solicitor will check your eligibility, examines the facts, and gathers evidence like photos and medical records to start your personal injury claim.

        Step 3: Submission
        Your personal injury solicitor formally notifies the other party (the defendant) about your claim, stating who you believe is responsible for your injury.

        Step 4: Negotiation
        Your claim goes through Ministry of Justice stages. Your personal injury solicitor negotiates with the other side on your behalf. If no agreement is reached, there’s a rare chance of a court hearing.

        Step 5: Finalisation
        Your personal injury claim is settled, either through negotiation or, rarely, in court. Win, and you get the compensation you deserve. Your solicitor’s fee is a small percentage of your payment. Please note, that our success fee is both ethical, and the lowest on the market. If you lose, you pay nothing under our no win, no fee terms. Easy and straightforward!

        Will I Have to Go to Court for a Personal Injury Claim?

        The majority of personal injury claims in the UK are settled out of court, with only around 3% going to trial. Whether or not you will have to go to court for a personal injury claim depends on a number of factors. In some cases, personal injury claims can be settled outside of court through negotiations between your solicitor and the opposing party’s insurance company. However, if a settlement cannot be reached, it may be necessary to file a lawsuit and go to court to resolve the case.

        How Much Can I receive in Personal Injury Compensation?

        The maximum payable compensation amount differs per the nature of your injury and the severity of it. Severe regional pain could earn your up to £84k while even moderate pain problems can earn over £21k. Spinal cord injuries earn most, and in some cases upwards of £106k. Contact us and our personal injury solicitors will assess your case.

        We operate on a No Win No Fee basis for personal injury claims. This means you won’t pay any legal fees unless we win your case. If your case is successful, the agreed fee will be deducted from your compensation. Our success fee is ethical and among the lowest in the market. Please contact us to learn what we can offer to help you.

        Will I Pay Any Tax on My Compensation?

        Your personal injury compensation is exempt from taxes, regardless of the nature or amount of your claim or how the claims process unfolds. This applies to the interest accrued on your compensation throughout the active duration of your claim.

        Who Actually Pays the Compensation?

        In personal injury claims, the responsible party’s insurance company manages the compensation payouts. It’s important to note that individuals or entities you may be claiming against, such as employers or local councils, are obligated by law to have insurance coverage. This insurance is specifically designed to handle and cover the costs of compensation claims. This means that your claim doesn’t directly impact the personal finances of the party you are claiming against.

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        Types of Personal Injury Compensation

        When pursuing a personal injury claim, it’s crucial to understand the distinctions among the main types of compensation available. Each form of compensation serves a specific purpose in addressing various aspects of the harm caused by the injury, providing a more holistic approach to recovery for the injured party. General damages aim to compensate for the pain, suffering, and overall impact that injuries have had on one’s life. Special damages are designed to reimburse for specific financial losses directly incurred as a result of an accident. Here’s an overview of the key aspects of personal injury compensation:

        Medical Expenses: In a personal injury claim, victims are entitled to compensation for all reasonable and necessary medical expenses resulting from the injury. This includes hospital bills, any medical fees, prescription medications, rehabilitation costs, and any future medical treatments required.

        Pain and Suffering: Pain and suffering damages are related to the physical and emotional distress experienced due to the injury. This compensation is subjective and considers factors such as pain, anxiety, depression, and the overall impact on the victim’s quality of life.

        Lost Wages and Future Earnings: Compensation for lost wages aims to cover the income that the injured party would have earned if not for the accident. This includes wages lost during recovery, as well as potential future earnings if the injury impacts the individual’s ability to work.

        Only a personal injury solicitor can advise on possible compensation, taking into account the unique circumstances of your case. Speak to our experienced personal injury team now to learn more about the best possible solution tailored for you.

        What Is the Difference Between a Personal Injury Solicitor and Other Types of Lawyer?

        Personal injury solicitors are experts in compensation claims, specialising in cases where individuals have been injured due to someone else’s negligence. Unlike lawyers in other fields, they have extensive experience in seeking compensation for individuals hurt in a road traffic accident, a slip or fall in a public area, or a workplace injury. Your personal injury solicitor will manage your claim, advocating for your rights and pursuing compensation from the responsible party. In the event of a successful claim, they ensure you receive the maximum compensation you deserve and arrange any necessary rehabilitation or counselling for your recovery.

        Choosing the Right Personal Injury Solicitor

        Choosing the right legal representation is crucial when you’ve suffered an injury. At SilverOak Solicitors, our goal is to ensure you receive the maximum compensation you deserve. Keep reading to discover how we can assist you in finding the ideal solicitor to support your case, and what you should focus on making your decision.


        We will assign to your case a personal injury solicitor who has extensive experience handling cases similar to yours. However, you can ask your solicitor about a success rate in securing compensation for clients with similar injuries. Speak with the solicitor, and if unhappy with the answers, ask for another litigator in the department.


        Our solicitors are fully qualified and registered with the relevant governing bodies but also boast impressive professional backgrounds and educational qualifications. Feel free to review their credentials before making a decision to engage their services.


        Choose a personal injury solicitor who communicates clearly and regularly with you throughout the process. They should be available to answer your questions and provide updates on the progress of your case. Most reputable solicitors offer a free consultation to discuss your case at a high level. We also provide a free case assessment to help you make an informed decision.


        We are transparent about the process and fees involved in handling your case. Make sure you understand the fee structure and any costs that you may be responsible for.


        Ask for recommendations from family, friends, or other professionals who have worked with us in the past. Check our online reviews and testimonials to gauge the reputation of our personal injury solicitors.

        No Win No Fee

        Look for a personal injury solicitor who operates on a No Win No Fee basis, ensuring financial peace of mind throughout your case. This means you won’t be charged unless your case is successful. We are committed to providing transparent information regarding the No Win No Fee structure, so you can confidently pursue justice without worrying about upfront costs.

        As a law firm, we take on the cost of pursuing your claim – so you can be sure there’s a very good chance of you winning your case and securing the maximum compensation you deserve to fund the treatment, care, and rehabilitation you need following your injury.

        Can I Switch a Personal Injury Solicitor if I am Unhappy With the Provided Service?

        Please note, we consistently monitor the service standards of our solicitors to minimise the likelihood of such challenges for you. If you’re unhappy with your current solicitor and have valid reasons, you have the right to switch. Start by discussing your concerns with your current solicitor, as they might be able to address them. If issues persist, exploring a second opinion is always available to you, and you won’t be charged for it.

        Personal Injury Solicitors Near You

        Are you looking for a personal injury solicitor? You’ve come to the right place. SilverOak Solicitors has been serving the local community for years and has built a strong reputation. Based in London, we have a nationwide reach and we pride ourselves on being friendly and approachable. We understand that the law can be complicated and confusing, so it’s essential to have an expert on your side. Whether you need our help or simply want to know more about your legal options, we’re always happy to assist you.

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        Your Trusted Nationwide Partners for Personal Injury Claims

        We’ve been serving local communities across the UK for years and have earned a solid reputation. Imagine having a reliable legal team by your side, dedicated to making the legal process as smooth and easy as possible. Our personal injury solicitors are here to guide you through every step. We’re not just legal experts, we’re your advocates, fighting for your rights, and a maximum compensation you deserve. When you choose SilverOak Solicitors, you’re choosing a team that puts your needs first. Let us take the legal complexities off your plate so you can focus on what matters – your recovery.

        Did you know that personal injury claims in the UK often arise from common incidents, with road traffic accidents accounting for about 80% of all claims? Our team of experienced personal injury solicitors is highly experienced in handling a diverse range of personal injury cases and is committed to making the legal process as straightforward as possible for you. Whether you’re navigating the bustling streets of London, our friendly experts offer tailored advice to guide you through every step of your personal injury claim. Choose SilverOak Solicitors as your trusted partner for personalised, nationwide support, backed by our commitment to securing the care and compensation you deserve.

        Personal Injury Statistics in the UK

        Personal injuries impact around 3 million people in the UK each year, constituting approximately 5% of the population. While not all injuries are due to someone’s fault, compensation matters significantly for those eligible. Half of all claims stem from road traffic accidents, causing injuries like whiplash and fractures. In 2022, road deaths in the UK reached 1,766, with 28,941 seriously injured – a 10% increase in deaths and an 8% increase in serious injuries since 2021. Accidents in public places and workplace accidents contribute 21% and 16% to claims, respectively. Workplace accidents, like slips, trips, and falls, affected about 693,000 people in 2020-2021, causing 142 fatalities.

        A substantial 75% of personal injury claims get resolved outside the courtroom, highlighting the importance of choosing the right personal injury solicitor who can smoothly navigate your case. However, 20% of eligible people are unaware that they can claim compensation for injuries sustained. Knowing the three-year time limit for filing a personal injury claim, with exceptions for children and those without mental capacity, may prevent them from being denied justice.

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