Personal Injury Compensation Claim
Your Personal Injury Specialists
Authorised and Regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority, Registered Number
There are many big-brand personal injury companies advertising on the television
at the moment - but did you know that in the main they simply sell you on as a lead
to the highest bidder? Is that how you want your claim to be treated? - If
not, then please read on.
Treating you and your claim with respect
We appreciate that a personal injury, be it an accident at work, a trip, slip or
fall or a road accident can be very traumatic - with devastating effects on your
An accident in
could result in loss of earnings or even long-term health problems. These could
have a significant financial impact on you and your loved ones for many years to
come. Your accident could result in you finding it very difficult to get a job in
in the future, due to the nature of your injury.
If your accident wasn't your fault, then this is grossly unfair - and it
is right that you should seek compensation.
At a time like this you need to be treated with respect, rather than being
harassed by multiple sales people and personal injury specialists who have purchased
your enquiry as a lead.
We aim to be different
At AgentQuote.co.uk we aim to be different. Your personal injury enquiry will be
treated with respect and passed directly and only to Barnetts Solicitors,
our compensation specialist. They will review your case and decide if you are able
to proceed with your claim.
Of course, you can expect the following as standard:
- Keep all of your compensation
- No win, no fee
- Other party pays legal costs
- Free, impartial review of your case
- Barnetts is a specialist Solicitor that handles
"At Barnetts our clients are names not numbers.
Our highly trained team of lawyers will provide a personal service second
to none, backed-up by the best in modern technology.
We guarentee a no-win no-fee service, and you will receive your compensation
Your personal injury enquiry
Fill in the form below, and you will be contacted by the specialists at Barnetts
to discuss your accident, injury and claim in detail.
Barnetts Solicitors - Authorised and Regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority,
Registered Number 67445
Personal Injury Thoughs & Comments
SlipsWhen surfaces are wet, greasy or oily it is all so simple to slip, and seriously hurt yourself. It is not unreasonable, when in a building which is open to the public, to expect the floor to be in good repair and safe to walk on. If there has been a spillage of some kind, making the floor unsafe then it is the responsibility of the management to ensure that adequate signage and / or cordoning off is in place to protect visitors from slipping - until the spill is cleaned up. Of course, one must report any such spills to a responsible person as soon as is possible.
TripsMany accidents occur due to trips. It's easy to trip over something. Culprits may include stock or packaging left in an inappropriate place in a shop, uneven pavements, badly maintained pavements or broken curb stones. Whatever the cause of your trip - if it was due to another person's poor maintenance, negligence or items being left in dangerous places, then you should speak to a lawyer to assess your case.
Taking CareMost companies take great care to protect their employees from accidents or injury at work butunfortunately slip ups still can happen. This can sometimes be a result of human error from the company itself. In such cases, someone needs to assume responsibility for injury caused.
Unexpected wet floorsThese hazards can often catch us unawares and the resulting body twist in trying to remain upright can lead to nasty injuries such as twisted knees, pulled muscles and back pain to name but a few. Older people in particular can suffer from slipping on a wet floor so it is vitally important that they are warned when floor cleaning is taking place. Responsible companies will always put signs out and this good practice should be applauded.
Slip upsWe have all been to restaurants and seen the temporary "Wet Floor" warnings put up by the staff. This is good practice and warns us to be careful when walking on the floor. It allows us to take greater care when stepping onto slippery surfaces and this is good practice. A slip on a wet floor can be painful so these signs certainly help.
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