Our team of Personal Injury lawyers understand that accidents can occur either at home or abroad. Whether this is a road traffic accident, injury at work, or as a result of faulty equipment, we know that wherever there is human activity there is the potential for injury which may result in you having a claim. Likewise, if someone has failed to take proper care of you, and you are injured as a result, then you may also have a claim.
Our dedicated and highly regarded team of specialist Personal Injury lawyers have experience in acting for clients in all areas of Personal Injury including:
- accidents at work;
- accidents in public places;
- actions against the Police;
- child abuse / claims against local authorities;
- criminal injuries;
- fatal accidents;
- faulty products;
- head injuries;
- injuries to children;
- motorcycle accidents;
- road accidents;
- spinal injuries;
- tripping and slipping injuries; and
- work related claims (e.g. asbestosis, mesothelioma, repetitive strain injury).
What our clients are saying
At Anthony Collins we greatly value the opinions of all our clients about the Personal Injury law services we provide. This is what some of them have said about us:
“Highly professional throughout.”
“Fabulous service and advice. Listened to our situation and was the only company willing to help.”
What the legal profession is saying
The Legal 500 recommends Anthony Collins as one of the leading law firms in Personal Injury in the West Midlands:
“Anthony Collins LLP in 2007 settled a heavily contested Employer’s Liability claim arising from the foot and mouth crisis. The group were also involved in RTA claims… abuse claims and Local Authority claims…” (Legal 500/2008.)
Chambers 2008 also praised our team leader, partner Tony Hall:
“Tony Hall remains active in the Personal Injury domain. He is praised for his mediation abilities” (Chambers 2008).
Getting in touch
To learn more about how the personal injury team can help you, please contact our team by telephone on 0121 212 7479 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Changes to legal aid funding
From 1 April 2013, the availability of public funding (“legal aid”) for a range of areas of law for individuals on low incomes was overhauled with the introduction of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012. This has affected the funding of many new cases. For further information, see our useful Changes to Legal Aid guide.