Empathy, Commitment, Integrity

Accidents

We represent those suffering industrial injuries, road traffic accidents and accidents in public places.

We aim to recover maximum compensation, with no deductions or hidden charges.

Accidental Injury

We represent those suffering industrial injuries, road accidents and accidents in public places.

We aim to recover maximum compensation, with no deductions or hidden charges.

Accidents

Representing those suffering injuries/ diseases as a result of:-

  • Industrial Accidents
  • Industrial diseases (including cancer, asbestosis, mesothelioma, vibration white finger, industrial deafness)
  • Road Traffic Accidents (drivers, passengers and pedestrians)
  • Accidents on the public highway/in public places
  • Holiday Accidents
  • Injuries of the utmost severity, including brain and spinal injuries
  • Medical accidents

We are a niche practice specialising in accident and injury work. We take a pride in providing a friendly and efficient service, case managing claims by making maximum use of the Court Rules, minimising unnecessary delay.

We aim to recover maximum compensation with no hidden deductions or charges. Our costs and disbursements are generally met by the other party’s insurer.

A Professional Service

At the outset, we provide all of our clients with a clear explanation of our Terms and Conditions.

So that our clients know what to expect, we advise all of our clients of the Service Standards to which we shall be working.

As a practice we have achieved independent endorsement of the service provided and are proud to have received the ISO 9001 and Investors in People quality marks. The firm is accredited by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL).

Time Limits

Presentation of these claims is subject to strict compliance with the Limitation Act 1980. This means that you must ensure proceedings are issued at court within 3 years of the date of the accident. Failure to do so is likely to mean that you will forever lose the right to pursue the claim.

In limited circumstances, the Court has discretion under Section 33 of the Act to permit a claim to proceed even though it is out of time. However, this discretion is exercised very sparingly and should not be relied upon.

Write to us:
JM Skinner & Co. Solicitors
FREEPOST NWW8710A
Birkenhead, CH41 5EU

Telephone:
0151 666 1122

Email:
[email protected]