Instructing a Personal Injury Lawyer. At Cohen Cramer, we are highly specialist lawyers with many years of experience of representing people who are injured through no fault of their own. We will fight cases that other solicitors or insurers have rejected as we have the ability to see through pointless arguments by defendants to ensure maximum success and damages for our clients.
Using experts and expertise to maximise your claim
We have access to the best rehabilitation providers, medical experts, barristers, and other experts who may be called upon to help you win your case. We have seen over the years the difference instructing an experienced law firm can make to clients, not only to ensuring the best chance of case success but also maximising your compensation to that which you deserve.
We recently settled a case for a client who suffered injuries in a road traffic accident. The defendant insurers initially made an offer of £5,000. The case settled for £150,000.
Make sure that you get the compensation you deserve
Most personal injury claims involve dealing with insurers, whether that be road traffic insurers, employer liability insurers, or public liability insurers. For the avoidance of any doubt, insurers only have their own interests at heart and they will always seek to limit the amount of compensation they have to pay out. This is why you should seek advice from a specialist law firm to ensure you receive adequate compensation. If you do not seek such advice and deal with the insurers yourself, there is a huge risk your claim will be under-settled. Once a claim is settled then it is unlikely you will be able to go back for any more damages.
Get in touch today
Diane Davison is a Partner in our specialist law firm. For further information then please do not hesitate to contact Diane on 0113 2247837 or email email@example.com.
Instructing a personal injury lawyer under a no win – no fee agreement
With no upfront fees, we can deal with your accident at work claim on a No Win-No Fee basis. This means that if your claims fail then you don’t pay us for the work we have done. If your claim is successful we will receive a contribution to our costs from the defendant insurers with the balance coming from your compensation.