Suffering a road traffic accident can have dramatic and sometimes life-changing consequences. Our personal injury lawyers are dedicated to obtaining the maximum amount of compensation possible for injured parties. The team will endeavour to get you the best medical care, rehabilitation and support available.
Stephen Green is a Partner and leads our personal injury department and is a Fellow of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers. He is a keen motorcyclist and has toured many of Europe’s most famous motorcycle routes. He also holds advanced motorcycling qualifications with IAM RoadSmart and RoSPA Advanced Drivers and Riders. In the case of RoSPA, he has achieved four successive Gold Awards which is considered to be the highest civilian riding standard available.
This knowledge of the roads helps Stephen develop a quick and clear understanding of a road traffic accident which enables him to provide the best possible service to his clients.
Stephen Eccles is also a Partner within our law firm, and a motorcyclist with over 30 years riding experience which means he also has a greater understanding around road traffic accidents.
At the start of your case, we will get to know you and the circumstances of this case and its consequences for you. Our road traffic injury solicitors have experience of dealing with extensive types of serious injury, including loss of limbs, brain and spinal injury, multiple types of fracture (particularly the scaphoid) and psychiatric injury. You will receive a one-to-one service with a personal injury lawyer you can trust, who understands the the particular challenges these cases present.
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