Spencers Solicitors are recognised across the UK as a trusted legal practice and has excelled in handling personal injury claims for over 35 years.
Spencers Solicitors London Office:
23 Beaumont Buildings
Telephone: 08000 93 00 94
Fax: 0844 856 0685
If you have been involved in an accident that wasn't your fault and you're thinking about making a personal injury claim, we can help. Just call 08000 93 00 94 to discuss your situation and talk through your options with our friendly, trained and supportive team.
Due to the size of the capital, a large number of accidents take place each day. London saw more than 85,000 personal injury claims between April 2011 and March 2012 (8.4% of the national total).
Spencers Solicitors is a legal firm who has an established track record of dealing with all types of accident an injury claims. Take one look at our client testimonials and you'll see the comprehensive, client focussed service we provide.
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We started out as Cutts Shiers Solicitors in 1975 and since then we have expanded to offer a nationwide service, providing a clear route to justice for the people of London and surrounding areas.
Spencers Solicitors are known for adapting to changes in the legal industry while always making sure we put our client's best interest first. When you make a claim with us, we will still offer you a funding agreement commonly known as no win no fee, meaning if your claim is unsuccessful we won't ask you to pay a penny for our work.
Whether you have been hurt in a road traffic accident, injured whilst at your place of work or when out and about in a public, call us today and to find out how we can help you with your injuries.
It's no surprise that in comparison to other cities in Britain, the number of London accident claims is significantly high. The following statistics were complied by the Compensation Recovery Unit* and serve to highlight the type of accidents that occur.
Between April 2011 and March 2012 East London recorded more claims than any other borough in the capital - 23,444 to be exact. This suggests that, on their own, East London personal injury lawyers saw more cases than those in 115 other cities in the UK - with just four major cities recording a higher number.
The capital's 85,000+ total was mainly comprised of road accident claims; London as a whole saw 74,378 from April 2011 to March 2012. Again East London was the highest area with 20,807 cases recorded.
Most North London compensation claims were due to motoring misfortunes too; they made up 87% of the borough's total.
|East (Barking & Dagenham, Greenwich etc)||23,444|
|North (Barnet, Enfield etc)||18,439|
|South East (Bromley, Lewisham etc)||15,719|
|North West (Harrow, Brent etc)||10,573|
|South West (Hounslow, Richmond etc)||10,409|
|West (Hillington, Ealing etc)||6,712|
|East Central (Hackney, Tower Hamlets etc)||285|
|West Central (Camden, Westminster etc)||325|
|All London Areas||85,906|
Not every road accident in London involves two motor vehicles, millions of pounds is being invested in cycling infrastructure with the Barclays Cycle Hire scheme placing more and more bicycles on the public roads. Our road accident lawyers here at Spencers have a keen interest in ensuring that every possible action is taken to make cycling as safe as possible.
In July 2013, motor accident lawyer Gavin Wilson asked Is it time to restrict HGVs to protect cyclists?
"While lorries and HGVs account for just 5% of London's traffic, they are involved in half of cyclist fatalities in the city."Gavin Wilson, Spencers Solicitors
No matter what kind of accident you are involved in, or injury you sustain, acting quickly with the help of our personal injury lawyers will get you the justice you deserve. So call us today on 08000 93 00 94 and we'll go through your claiming process one step at a time.
* The further breakdown of data from the Department for Work and Pensions was obtained via a Freedom of Information request from the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers on 3rd April 2013.