Personal injury compensation is vital, but so is an exceptional legal service. Spencers Solicitors are specialist Personal Injury Solicitors, here to support you in making an accident claim and ensuring that you receive the compensation you are entitled to.
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At Spencers Solicitors our job isn't just about attaining the maximum personal injury compensation on your behalf. It's also about obtaining justice for your injuries. We pride ourselves on working with sensitivity and care when handling your case - it is 100% about you.
Personal injury and accident claim solicitors aren't so hard to find. The difficult part is finding the best and most experienced personal injury solicitors and a firm that really does put you, the client, first.
You're not one case amongst many; you're an individual, a person that has suffered because of someone's action or inaction. We want to help you put things right.
1st October 2014
Supporting the Macmillan Coffee Morning 2014
On Friday 26th September for the second year running, the team at Spencers took part in the world's biggest coffee morning as part of Macmillan Cancer Support's largest fundraising event.
29th September 2014
Fraudulent claims - just how big an issue are they?
Fraudulent claimants regularly hit the headlines and it is naive to think that fraudulent claims or staged accidents don't exist. However injury solicitor Louisa Chambers examines the true extent of the problem finding that fraud features in only the smallest minority of injury compensation claims.
18th September 2014
Spencers Solicitors & Roadpeace - working together to support road crash victims
Spencers Solicitors are pleased to announce their new role as a corporate supporter for RoadPeace, the national charity for road crash victims. RoadPeace works directly with those bereaved or injured through road crashes providing much needed support.
12th September 2014
20 mph residential road limit: hindrance or life saver?
As 20 mph speed limits start to appear in residential areas all over the UK. Jessica Eyre investigates if the plan is it a universally popular safety measure or if there are valid concerns about congestion and its actual effect in reducing accidents.