Spencers Solicitors are a trusted UK law firm who work across England and Wales specialising in securing personal injury compensation for injured people. When it comes to personal injury claims, Liverpool records the highest number occurring in a public place. The city is also placed amongst the top five British hotspots for road accidents. As a result we have worked with and secured injury compensation for a great number of people from Liverpool, making it a location that we are extremely familiar with.
We've been handling accident claims for clients in Liverpool for almost 40 years and once you get in touch, you'll be looked after by a specialised legal professional with experience and knowledge in your type of injury claim.
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Spencers Solicitors employs qualified professionals including both Solicitors and Legal Executives and the size of our team means that we are always here to help with accident claims in liverpool, so call us on 08000 93 00 94 to speak with one of our helpful advisors. Our personal injury lawyers will then advise you on your options under no obligation.
Our legal practice was originally established in 1975 under the name Cutts Shiers Solicitors, before becoming CS2 Lawyers at the turn of the millennium and finally re-branding in 2011 as Spencers Solicitors.
So over the years we have expanded our service to help people like you, who live and work in Liverpool and other major cities across England and Wales.
To speak to us, just call 08000 93 00 94 and we can talk you through how you can make a personal injury claim. From there, you can choose to pursue the compensation claim knowing that we will support you from the very beginning until you receive your compensation.
You'll be looked after by one of our legal experts who specialise in your specific type of claim – giving you the strongest case for winning the maximum amount of compensation available. For example, if your duty of care has been breached whilst at Hospital – you will be working with one of our expert medical negligence solicitors.
With a population of more than 466,000, Liverpool sits amongst the five largest cities in the UK. The population is expanding all the time thanks to the pull of three major universities and a rapidly developing city centre.
The historical Liverpool docks were home to industries such as maritime engineering, factories, ship building and restorations. If you have worked in these industries and have an industry related illness such as hearing loss, hand arm vibration syndrome or a respiratory disease then please contact us so we can help you make a claim for compensation.
According to the North West Public Health website, there are 469 road traffic casualties per 100,000 population in the North West, the highest rate in England. This rate varies throughout the North West from 342 in Stockport, right up to 793 in Eden. But Liverpool itself recorded 541 road traffic casualties per 100,000 population.
Liverpool records more public liability accidents - accidents which occurred in a public place, than any other city/town in the UK, according to figures from the Compensation Recovery Unit*.
But it is not just public liability claims that are frequent in Liverpool, there were more than 26,000 car accident claims between 1 April 2011 and 31 March 2012 – the third highest outside of the capital.
In May 2012 the Financial Times reported that Liverpool was whiplash capital of Britain, however in the article our Director highlighted that genuine claimants must not be forgotten in these headlines:
"There are some spurious claims around but you've got to make sure that people who are injured can be properly represented."John Spencer - Director, Spencers Solicitors
The city also records a high number of industrial disease claims – with 566 filed against employers (April 2011-March 2012). Only two cities recorded more than that figure during that time.
No matter what type of accident you have suffered, you have the right to seek compensation. As legal professionals, it is our job to help you receive the compensation you deserve.
* Data obtained by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers on 3rd April 2013 via a Freedom of Information request to the Department for Work and Pensions' Compensation Recovery Unit.