Our Personal Injury Panel
Jonathan Edwards was called to the Bar in 1981. He has experience of a wide range of civil litigation.
Anita Wood is Head of Compliance at Cambria Chambers. She is a Fellow of the Institute of Paralegals and leads our team of paralegals, also members of the Institute. She has 11 years experience of Personal Injury Litigation and Personal Injury Claims.
- Road Traffic Accident Claims
- Whiplash Claims
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Public Transport Injury
- Medical Negligence Claims
- Industrial Disease Claims
Personal Injury Claims
Personal injury claims arise when someone is injured due to other's negligence or carelessness. This injury can be due to personal mistakes or improper working conditions. Whatever is the reason, if you are victimised with personal injury when it's not your fault, there is a high chance that you can file a personal injury claim against the defendant and recover the damages, including medical, pain suffering, and financial losses. Our specialists understand how to review your case and determine if you have a personal injury claim and give you a legal advice.
Actual claim evaluation and compensation depends upon multiple factors. There are certain predefined amounts that are privileged exactly as they are described. This personal injury claim can be against a company or a person who committed something inaccurate that result as an injury. It can lead towards physical damage and financial loss.
In order to get personal injury claim compensation, you have to prepare the case on solid grounds. There are many complex scenarios involved with the whole process and for a layman it's too difficult to deal it professionally. Being a trustworthy, experienced and qualified personal injury claim solicitors and a well established law firm, Cambria Chambers provides hassle free consolidated services to settle personal injury claim in Cardiff and other areas like Birmingham, London, Liverpool and Manchester.
Let us help you with the next step to get the compensation that you deserve.
How to Proceed Personal Injury Claim?
Personal injury is an umbrella term that refers to a number of physical or psychological injuries, illness, or disease, caused due to the negligence of the other party. This type of injury can have devastating and traumatic effects on one's life, and can even lead to death in severe cases. There are several types of personal injury claims that may result from any of the following:
- Workplace accidents, Employer's Liability(Slip, trip or fall in the workplace)
- Public Liabilty (Slip, trip or Fall on a public place)
- Medical/clinical negligence
- Industrial disease
- Dog bites
- Children's accidents
- Faulty products
- RTA (Road traffic accident)
- Accidents abroad
- Food poisoning
- Holiday Sickness (A claim made against a Package Holiday Booking Agency)
Talk to an Expert Personal Injury Lawyer today Our expert civil rights lawyers have in-depth knowledge and extensive experience to handle any type of personal injury case, and know the tactics to get the best possible results. Since there are strict time limitations to file a claim for a personal injury, you should act quickly and get in touch with us today.
Contact us to schedule an initial consultation with one of our expert legal aid lawyers and evaluate your legal options. You may fill an online form or send us an email, and we will get back to you as soon as possible. If you like to find out more information about what are you entitled to claim and do not wish to call us immediately about a claim you can use the claims calculator.
In respect to certain claims, we we need the following evidence:
- For an RTA (road accident)
- For Public Liability
- For Employer's Liability (workplace injury)
- For Holiday Sickness
We need the date and location of the accident, both vehicle registations, your insurance company, a description of the accident (rear-ended/pulling out from a parked space or side road/changing lanes/roundabout/other) Also a description of injurys have you have/had. if you received medical attention when and where was it? (its not required but it will strenghen your case.
We need date and location of the accident, who was the accident reported to do you have a reference number? Do you have photographic evidence and what injuries have you sustained, and how did the accident occur?
The date, precise location (which buillding what were you near at the time e.g. break room, front entrance or piece of machinery) was the accident logged in an incident book we will need a reference number, what PPE were you issued, was this adequate and in use when the accident occured? How did the accident occur and what injuries were sustained?
The date and location (including country & hotel), who was the holiday booked with (must be all inclusive to make a claim) How did the illnes start what do you belive caused the illness? Did you eat anywhere other than the hotel, what medical attention have you had?