How can we help you?
At M & S Solicitors we make accident claims simple.
Each claimant who calls us will have their claim assessed - our solicitors will decide whether they feel you are eligible to make a no win no fee claim. If we find that you are elegible then we will take your claim.


And the best bit? There are no hidden costs. If you win, you should keep 100% of the compensation. And even if you lose, you will not have to pay a fee.


What is no win no fee?
The No Win No Fee system was put in place in 1995 to give people access to justice, replacing legal aid. The main aim of no win no fee is to ensure that claimants do not have to pay a fee if they lose their claim which lessens the risk involved when making a claim. However, at the M & S Solicitors we go one step further and ensure that you will always take home 100% of your compensation, because if you win, your solicitors fees will be recovered from the other side on top of any compensation awarded.

Unlike many personal injury law firms, M & S Solicitors does not accept instructions from accident claims management companies or allow its clients to enter into punitive loan agreements or other funding arrangements that leave the client out of pocket.

M & S Solicitors commitment to client care and to technical excellence is in stark contrast to many organisations who operate in the personal injury litigation field. M & S Solicitors has solicitors specialising in every field of personal injury work handling cases from routine accidents at work and road traffic accident claims, to injuries of the utmost severity that involve complex programmes of rehabilitation and long-term care.

As dedicated personal injury solicitors, M & S Solicitors commitment to every client is to maximise your compensation, to expedite the litigation process, and to ensure every client keeps every penny of the compensation awarded.

Any client who instructs M & S Solicitors to pursue a personal injury claim can do so with complete peace of mind knowing that our legal costs are recovered on top of the compensation we win for you.

In the event that your case is unsuccessful, you do not pay anything.

Client recommendation remains our most important source of work, reflecting our success in maximising damages for the victims of accidents nationwide.

Road Traffic Accident Claim

M & S Solicitors is one of the best and most experienced road traffic accident management in its field, with expert teams specialising in handling complex cases involving long term programmes of rehabilitation.

We have recovered substantial damages in many car accident claim instances where other solicitors' firms have advised the client to abandon a claim.

If you are unfortunate enough to suffer a road traffic accident, which was not your fault, you might be able to make a personal injury claim for compensation.

Road traffic accident claims we have handled successfully include accidents involving:

  • Claims on behalf of children
  • Claims made by passengers on public and private transport
  • Injuries of the utmost severity to motorcyclists
  • Claims involving uninsured victims and drivers
  • Injuries involving pedestrians
  • Injuries caused by defective vehicles
  • Injuries suffered in road traffic accidents in foreign jurisdictions

Every year, road traffic accidents cost thousands of lives, 40,000 serious injuries, three million NHS bed days, huge trauma, illness, and absenteeism. A report issued by the World Health Organisation warns that on current trends road traffic accidents could outstrip stroke and HIV as one of the main causes of preventable deaths by 2020.

Whether you were the driver or passenger of a car, motorcyclist or victim of a 'hit and run' you will, no doubt, have experienced severe pain and suffering and could be entitled to make a road traffic accident claim. Road accidents are the most common cause of personal injury claims.

M & S Solicitors plays a prominent role in national road accident special interest groups and charitable organisations. The firm also provides training on legal topics for a number of regional police forces.

If you think you have a case or require further assistance with your car accident claim why not fill in the claims questionnaire.

Accident At Work Claim

M & S Solicitors has a department that specialises in accident at work compensation claims. We have specialist lawyers experienced in handling substantial compensation claims in virtually every type of workplace.

If you are unfortunate enough to suffer an accident at work, you may be able to make a personal injury claim for compensation.

Accident At Work claims we have handled successfully include accidents involving:

  • Defective machinery or dangerous machinery
  • Slips or trips on debris or dangerous surfaces
  • Injuries involving lifting or manual handling
  • Injuries suffered in the construction industry
  • Exposure to harmful and dangerous substances
  • Employees exposed to violent attacks by patients or customers

The Health and Safety Executive estimate that individual employees lose around five hundred and fifty eight million pounds a year in reduced income and additional expenditure as a result of accidents at work.

In addition victims and their families suffer further in the form of pain, grief and loss of amenity. We have teams of lawyers specialising in accident claim at work areas such as the construction industry, injuries involving lifting or manual handling, exposure to harmful or dangerous substances, accidents arising from falls, trips or slips, and employees exposed to violent attacks or physical assaults.

Contrary to public perception, a high proportion of the victims of slipping and tripping accidents suffer fractures.

Your employer must try to ensure that you carry out your work in the safest way possible bearing in mind the type of job that you do, the materials and equipment that you work with and the tasks involved. Employers need to ensure that the place, or places, where you work and their premises in general are safe for their staff. The most obvious example of a breach of this duty would be if office floors were left wet or cluttered with files or cables, on which employees slipped or tripped up. But employers are also responsible for the heating and ventilation of their premises, the lighting and even the car park.

Our solicitors provide thorough accident at work compensation advice, information on employment-related issues and benefit advice where appropriate.

If you think you have a case or require further assistance with an accident at work claim in the UK why not fill in the claims questionnaire.




Disclaimer

The information on our website is for the convenience of the site users only. We try to keep this information as up-to-date as possible and M & S Solicitors cannot accept liability for any loss caused by inaccuracy.