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As expert claimant personal injury lawyers (we act only for the injured not insurers) we have a well-deserved reputation for successfully pursuing claims for our clients, to ensure not only that they recover compensation but also that they settle their claim for no less than they are entitled.

We have successfully recovered many millions of pounds for our clients, from whiplash to catastrophic head injuries.

We do not operate out of a call centre, but instead offer a friendly, personalised face-to-face service.

We regularly deal with the following:

  • Serious injury involving loss of limb, brain and spinal injuries
  • Car, motorcycle and road traffic accidents
  • Bicycle accidents
  • Accidents at work
  • Industrial disease
  • Clinical and medical negligence
  • Animal accident claims
  • Coroners’ Inquests
  • Fatal Accidents
  • Slips trips and falls

We have particular expertise in dealing with high value and complex personal injury claims, particularly those involving tetraplegic, paraplegic, spinal and brain injury.

Our team is led by William Weller, regarded as one of the best and most experienced personal injury lawyers in the South West. William is a member of the Law Society’s Personal Injury Panel as well as the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers for which he is accredited as a Senior Litigator.

We do of course offer No Win No Fee scheme. The scheme is Law Society approved which means that not only is your case then properly funded to take on the challenge of the insurance companies, but additionally you do not pay a penny in the event of your case being unsuccessful.

If you are unsure whether you may have a claim or not or are just looking for a second opinion, then call William Weller now on 01761 414646. We always provide a free initial assessment of your case and prospects of success. If you find mobility difficult, we are more than happy to come and see you either at home or at hospital.

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