Spencers Solicitors is a law practice, authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
Our address and registered office is:
Telephone: 01246 266666
Our VAT no. is 915987966.
Director: John Spencer
Law Society PI Panel Members: John Spencer, Louisa Chambers
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Whether you prefer biker or motorcyclist, we understand your needs. Some personal injury lawyers see motorbike claims as a different flavour of car claim, we don't: we know there are many, many things that set you apart from car drivers, so we won't treat you like one.
Think about the three summarising words: accident, work, compensation. If you have had an accident that happened at, or because of, your work you can probably make a work accident compensation claim. Your employer has a legal responsibility to provide a safe working environment, appropriate training and suitable safety equipment.