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Spinal Injury Claim Solicitors & Spinal Surgery Negligence Compensation
Unlike other broken bones, the spinal cord is not capable of mending itself, meaning spinal injuries can have a profound effect on a persons quality of life. Victims can be left needing long-term care and rehabilitation and, in some cases will be unable to return to their job.
If you, a close friend or member of your family has suffered a spinal injury in an accident that was not your fault, contact Grieves Solicitors today. You can either call our ˜no win, no fee solicitors on 0800 0747 644, or complete our contact form in the right-hand corner of this page.
Effects of a spinal injury
A spinal injury can be caused by anything from a road traffic accident to a slip, trip or fall, and effects include:
- Double incontinence
If the serious injury was caused by another person's negligent behaviour, you could be entitled to financial compensation. Even if you are concerned that the accident which caused your injury was partially your fault, contact the personal injury experts at Grieves Solicitors for a free, no obligation discussion.
What does 'no win, no fee' mean?
If you do decide to go ahead with a spinal injury claim, Grieves Solicitors will accept your case on a 'no win, no fee' basis. This means you do not need to worry about being out of pocket whilst pursuing your claim because if your case is successful, our fee will be taken care of by the opposing party.
Contact Grieves Solicitors
Grieves Solicitors specialises in helping the victims of spinal injuries to claim compensation to ensure they can pay for medical care, bills incurred during a period spent out of work and any alterations to their homes necessary as a result of their accident.
If your injury, or that of a friend or family member, was the result of an accident caused by another person's negligence, contact our team of spinal injury solicitors today for a free, no obligation consultation.
Call 0800 0747 644 or complete our contact form and we will be in touch to discuss your potential case.