Our personal injury solicitors are recognised as some of the leading lawyers in Essex and London for this specialism by The Legal 500 UK – an independent and definitive guide to the best law firms in the UK. Our personal injury lawyers are all specialists in their field and focus on serious, complex or high-value personal injury claims.
People who have suffered a serious injury can often face life-changing consequences. We limit the number of cases our personal injury solicitors undertake; this is to ensure we provide a proactive and client-focused approach in order to obtain the very best medical care, rehabilitation and support available. as well as maximising the compensation achieved to enable our clients to move forward with their lives as quickly as possible.
Our clients come to us because they want a personal, face-to-face service from a specialist solicitor. They do not want their claim conducted over the telephone by people they will never meet or have their claim handled by someone insufficiently trained or skilled. You will find our personal injury solicitors to be prompt, responsive and sympathetic to your needs to ensure your claim is resolved quickly and with the best possible outcome for you.
We are delighted to announce that Pinney Talfourd Solicitors have been shortlisted as a finalist for the Personal Injury Awards 2022 for ‘Outstanding Case of the Year’. This category is being judged by Allianz where…
The law has changed to ensure victims of serious injuries can receive fair compensation for extra accommodation costs. The landmark Swift v Carpenter decision, made by the Court of Appeal on 9 October 2020, means…
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