Spencers Solicitors have been providing professional legal support nationwide for more than three decades. Speak to us today if you've been injured due to no fault of your own, as we can deal with most types of injury claims under a no win no fee arrangement.
Statistically Leeds records a high volume of claims every year and between 2011 and 2012 the city documented more than 13,600 claims for road accidents alone. Leeds also sees a nigh number of workplace accidents, and at Spencers we have dedicated teams that deal with all claim types.
Leeds is one of the major cities we serve and we know the region extremely well. With our vast legal experience we can support you with your injury and make the process of claiming simple and straightforward, ensuring you receive the amount of compensation that you are entitled to.
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Our nationwide team is made up of legal experts in all types of accident, injury and negligence claims. Once you get in touch, our advisors will listen to every detail of your circumstances and will tell you if you have a potential claim. From there if you wish to pursue compensation we can start building your case straightaway.
Our law firm was originally founded as Cutts Shiers Solicitors in 1975; we then changed to CS2 Lawyers in 2000 and became Spencers Solicitors in 2011. So when you make a personal injury claim with us, you are benefiting from legal expertise that has been developed since the mid-70s.
"As it was an uninsured driver that caused the accident I didn't think I stood a chance of claiming. But thanks to Spencers Solicitors and their drive, I am very happy with their service and outcome."
Mr Lavin - Leeds
The population of Leeds was recorded at 751,500 in 2011. As the city continues to develop as a popular student destination, that figure is expected to further increase. The combined population of the city's two universities (University of Leeds and Leeds Metropolitan University) is more than 60,000, all studying at campuses within close proximity to the city centre.
Leeds city centre itself is highly urbanised and navigation can be difficult for visiting drivers who are unfamiliar to the area. Several motorways (M621, M1, A58(M) etc.) feed into the city centre loop resulting in a lot of traffic in and around the area. In 2011 West Yorkshire recorded the highest number of compensation cases involving road accidents in Britain, outside of the Greater London area.
Leeds is home to the largest manufacturing centre outside of the capital. The sector employs over 30,000 people and contributes to more than 10% of the city's total economic output. As a result we dedicate a lot of our attention to helping people who have suffered an accident at work and our team of work accident solicitors are more than familiar with how to win these cases.
Leeds recorded 13,647 car accident claims between April 2011 and March 2012 according to the yearly figures from the Compensation Recovery Unit (CRU)* - making up more than 80% of the city's total accidents.
Almost a thousand accident at work claims were filed that year too, all demanding the expertise of specialist personal injury lawyers. Leeds also lodged nearly 2,000 public liability claims - the 7th highest in the UK at the time.
There are two major hospitals in Leeds, Leeds General Infirmary and St James' University Hospital along with several smaller health centres in outlaying areas like Rothwell, Pudsey and Horsforth. The city is in the top five in the country for medical negligence claims between April 2011 and March 2012 recording 275 in total.
If you have suffered a injury, you should contact our legal advisors as soon as you can. The quicker you take action the stronger your potential claim will be.
Call us today on 08000 93 00 94 to discuss making your claim and get the justice you deserve.
* Breakdown of data obtained 3rd April 2013 via a Freedom of Information request to the Department for Work and Pensions' CRU by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers.