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Making a personal injury claim

If you were injured at work or in public where you weren’t at fault, our highly experienced personal injury solicitors will fight for your compensation on a NO WIN NO FEE basis. Contact us for a free consultation.

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)

Personal injury types

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

Injured or caught a disease because of your employer’s negligence.

Accident in public

Tripped on an uneven payment, slipped on liquid in a supermarket that had no warning signs, or fallen down a staircase in a public building that was poorly maintained.

Road traffic accident

Driver, passenger, cyclist or pedestrian that was hurt by another vehicle.

Serious accident

Suffered a brain injury, serious burn, scarring, spinal cord injury or had amputation as a result of an accident.

Fatal accident

Lost a loved one because of someone else.

Other injuries

As a result of medical negligence, a faulty product, or a sports injury.

SilverOak Solicitors works on No Win No Fee basis

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    Why choose SilverOak Solicitors?

    No Win No Fee 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 solicitors and consultants who have secured millions of pounds in compensation.

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

    Access to medical care and other support services for personal injury claimants.

    Interim compensation payments for personal injury clients (where possible).

    SRA regulated law firm.