Russell Worth are specialist personal injury claims solicitors that will get you the compensation that you deserve. “Accidents happen” as they say and this is something we cannot avoid but if you are involved in an accident and it is not your fault then why should you suffer in silence with the consequences of pain, suffering or financial loss? The Russell Worth practice, established in 1997, is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and are members of the Law Societies Personal Injury Panel and the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) so you can be confident that you will have the very best legal advisors pursuing your claim. In the last 4 years, we have recovered over £24.5 million in compensation for our clients.
It is understandable and justified that you should make a personal injury claim against the party that is liable and as solicitors we go about your best interests in an extremely efficient and friendly manner, getting you the compensation you are due. For more reasons why you are totally justified in claiming please click here.
Our personal injury claims work is carried out on a No Win No Fee basis, meaning that if your case is lost, we will not charge you a penny.
Unless otherwise stated by your solicitor, we will operate on a ‘no win no fee’ arrangement meaning that in the unlikely event that your case is lost, there will be no charge to you. If your case is won, we will claim back most of our costs from the opposition. We find this works best for both us and our clients. If we take on a case then we’re usually very confident it will be won!
Our solicitors are versed in many legal claims areas, some of which include:
COMPENSATION WON FOR CLIENTS SINCE 2010
‘Help with an accident on the road. Great customer service, dealt with my claim fast and efficient and kept me informed of the process every step of the way, polite and friendly staff, highly recommend.’
Lee Thomas was driving his car when another vehicle came around a bend on the wrong side of the road, colliding with Lee’s vehicle. The other driver accepted responsibility at the scene, and said he was looking behind rather than... Read More