Serious Injury Claims

Serious Injuries, also known as catastrophic injuries, can be life changing and can have immediate and long lasting consequences for you and your loved ones.

Serious Injuries, which include traumatic head and brain injuries, spinal cord and back injuries, amputations, internal injuries and orthopaedic injuries can be caused as a result of road traffic accidents involving high speed collisions with pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists; falls from height; being hit by heavy objects; and accidents involving machinery. Our team of specialist lawyers understand that injuries of this severity affect your quality of life and cause difficulties with relationships at home and in the workplace, often resulting in the need for on-going care and treatment.

At FBC Manby Bowdler, we will support you and your family to move forward by putting you and your recovery first, providing access to rehabilitation and continuing care where possible. We will work tirelessly on your behalf to secure the compensation you need to live your life to the full.

Our specialist Personal Injury lawyers work on a no win, no fee basis and we offer you the opportunity to discuss your situation and the costs of pursuing a claim without obligation. We can arrange home and hospital visits to suit your requirements.

Our specialist team are accredited by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) and are members of the Law Society's Personal Injury Panel. We are also a panel solicitor for Headway, the national brain injury association are corporate members of  the Spinal Injury Association (SIA). We also work closely with other locally based charities.

If you or a member of your family has suffered from a Serious or Catastrophic Injury please contact our specialist lawyers today for a free initial consultation. Call 0800 111 6144 or make an online enquiry.

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