Personal Injury Solicitors

We understand that having an injury can be a stressful time in our lives, but it is necessary to seek the right legal advice. Our trained staff are considerate and look to ensure that the claim procedure is straightforward and easy to work with.

If you have suffered injuries from an accident that was not your fault at work, in a car, or in any other public place, you are entitled to pursue a personal injury claim.

Umbrella Legal Solicitors are highly experienced in this area and deal with all types of injury claims, no matter how minor the case may seem. The service which we provide with personal injury claims adopts a conditional fee arrangement, commonly known as a ‘No Win No Fee’ basis. This means that you do not pay us any amount of money if your claim is unsuccessful.

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We can arrange a phone consultation with one of our solicitors to discuss your case. To start your case under a No Win No Fee arrangement, please contact our personal injury team on 01274 737 001 so that we can deal with your claim as soon as possible. We are specialists in both complex and straightforward personal injury cases.

Umbrella Legal: We Stand Apart

Our ultimate aim is to enable our clients to move forward with their lives, and we progress cases efficiently & effectively. We always take the utmost care and sensitivity in handling all our cases. Our personal injury solicitors team has the most experienced personal injury solicitors in the UK with a reputation for exceptional client satisfaction.

Experienced Car Accident Claims Solicitors in Bradford

If you want to claim compensation for personal injury after a car accident, you will need to get in touch with a personal injury solicitor. This must be done as soon as possible as there are strict time limits on bringing a claim.

The limits within which you must begin legal action in a personal injury claim is usually three years from the date of the accident*. This means that court proceedings must be issued within 3 years of your first being aware that you have suffered an injury.

In some cases, a court may decide to extend a time limit, depending on the circumstances of the case.

* For Under 18’s, the three years commences from the date minor turns 18.

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