Spinal Injury Compensation Claims

Spinal Injury Solicitors

Speak to our expert team for guidance in the following spinal injury claims:

  • Tetraplegia
  • Quadriplegia
  • Paraplegia

Spinal Injury Cases

Accident caused spinal injuries are among the most severe and life-changing personal injuries.

Raising spinal injury claims can be complex and requires a high level of skill and expertise.

If you plan on making a claim for a spinal injury ensure you get the compensation you deserve. Gain representation from our expert solicitors who handle severe injury claims.

Due to the spine’s importance to the body, a minor injury can have a significant impact on your everyday life.

The most serious types of spinal injury include tetraplegia and quadriplegia. Both can have a great impact not only on your life but also the lives of your loved ones.

For this reason, tetraplegia and paraplegia claims attract high levels of compensation. Our specialist solicitors will ensure you receive compensation for all areas of loss.

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Why Choose Tinsdills To Handle Your Serious Injury Claim

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With over 50 years’ experience in managing personal injury claims and spinal cord injury cases, you can rest assured working with our expert lawyers, your claim is in safe hands.

Our team of solicitors can provide you with expert advice on what action you can take, what you may be entitled to and what you can expect if you decide to take legal action.

At Tinsdills, we know the pain and difficulty that a spinal cord injury can cause, and that is why we strive to help you feel confident that your claim is making progress. 

Our lawyers will outline in detail what may be required to make a claim and what evidence should be provided. We pride ourselves in our ability to go the extra mile for our clients, and we will work with you to build the strongest possible claim.

As spinal injury claims can often result in a significant amount of compensation, it is vital that you use a specialist personal injury solicitor to make sure that you get the maximum compensation owed to you.

We are accredited members of the Spinal Injuries Association (SIA) and have experience in dealing with such claims. Through working with Tinsdills Solicitors, you be can be confident that you are dealing with experienced, knowledgeable spinal cord injury claims experts.

The SIA is just one of the many accreditations we enjoy with our solicitors also accredited by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) as well as the Law Society and Headway.

The number of accreditations comes as a result of the high level of advice and representation we aim to provide, and the trust our company has generated through our excellent client service and dedication to our clients.

“A massive thank you to yourself for putting up with me and my poor time keeping and silly demands. I’m not the easiest person to please but we pulled through in the end and your hard work has really helped me out so I am grateful for that.”

What Our Customers Say

We are fortunate enough to have many happy clients. Here are the thoughts of just a few of them, telling their own stories of working with Tinsdills.

“Very pleased with the service from Tinsdills. Always a quick response to any queries I’ve had and a fantastic result. I will recommend Tinsdills to my family and friends if they sustain injuries from an accident.”

Meet Our Specialist Personal Injury Team

Contact Us To Discuss Your Spinal Injury Claim

Call us on 01782 652363 for an initial consultation.

For expert personal injury advice and legal representation following a spinal cord injury contact our team of specialist personal injury lawyers today.

Our phone lines are open Mon to Fri: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm.

Contact us or today or visit a
local branch

Hanley: 01782 262031

Newcastle: 01782 612311

Sandbach: 01270 761111

Leek: 01538 399332

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