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Personal Injury Claims

The CWJ team of personal injury solicitors in Kent are specialists in securing no-win no-fee compensation for injuries sustained that were not your fault. Our team of personal injury solicitors is led by David Greenhalgh whose expertise has led to hundreds of personal injury claims being settled, ranging from compensation claims for minor injuries to million pound awards resulting from catastrophic and fatal injury claims.

We will be able to advise you if we think you can claim compensation for injuries and can explore funding your injury claim on a no-win no-fee basis.

David, who has been a personal injury solicitor specialising in accident claims in Orpington and throughout Bromley and Kent for over 20 years, and has been a member of the Law Society Personal Injury Panel since its inception in 1994.

CWJ are members of Action Against Medical Accidents and Headway, the charity for victims of head injuries and the Spinal Injuries Association.

Our personal injury solicitors in Orpington deal with many hundreds of injury claims in Kent each year, both minor and severe including brain injuries, spinal injuries and back injuries. We are able to provide initial advice about your injury claim without charge or obligation. We recognise that many people may find it difficult to fund a personal injury claim and we are able to explore and give advice on funding any compensation claim on a no-win no-fee basis.

For advice on your personal injury claim please complete either the ‘Request a call back’ or ‘Make an enquiry’ forms on the top right hand side of this page. Alternatively call 01689 887814 now to speak to directly to one of our Lawyers.

Read our personal injury FAQs, which addresses questions such as “am I eligible to make a personal injury claim”, “how is my injury claim pursued”, “how long will my personal injury claim take” and “how much compensation will I receive from my injury claim”?

For further information about the types of injury claims we specialise in click the links below: