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  • Overview

    If you’ve been injured and you think someone else was to blame, our specialist personal injury lawyers can help you claim compensation. Contact one of our specialists for a free initial consultation to see if we can investigate your case with the financial security of a no win no fee agreement.

    Our expert personal injury lawyers understand that compensation is only part of the story, and could help you access the right rehabilitation, medical care and support you and your family may need.

    Can you claim compensation?

    Experiencing a personal injury can leave you with both physical and psychological injuries. Making a claim can get you the compensation you deserve for the financial losses you may have suffered and the future treatment you need.

    • You may be entitled to personal injury compensation if someone else was to blame for your accident. This can be through deliberate intent, such as an injury caused by violent crime, or through negligence in ensuring your safety, as in an accident at work
    • The accident can happen anywhere, for example, it can be a on the road, on a sports field or an accident in a public place such as a supermarket
    • You can make a compensation claim for physical or psychological damage or both
    • You can claim compensation for the pain and suffering caused by your injuries and the things you need as a result of your injury
    • You can also claim compensation for financial loss. For example, for loss of earnings
    • You can do this on a no win no fee basis so there is no risk attached.
       

    How can our personal injury lawyer help with your compensation claim?

    We're here to help you every step of the way, working in a supportive, considered and clear way. We are dedicated to gaining the best possible outcome for you.

    At the outset we will tell you whether you have a claim for compensation and throughout the case we will clearly explain each step of the process.

    If your case is already underway and you are in any doubt about the advice you are being given, it is important (and common practise) to get a second opinion. The advice you follow now can have a big impact on your future.

    Our expertise in personal injury compensation claims

    • The breadth of experience in our personal injury team means it is likely that we have already recovered compensation in a case with similar circumstances to yours. Many worth millions of pounds to the injured person
    • A specialist personal injury solicitor will handle your compensation claim. You will deal with the same person throughout the process
    • You will always have an expert dealing with your case as our personal injury lawyers are highly ranked by two of the most prestigious independent guides to the legal profession "Chambers and Partners" and 'The Legal 500'
    • Our experience spans every type of personal injury from complex claims involving brain injuries to unusual compensation claims resulting from defective products. See personal injury client stories for examples.
       

    Free initial consultation about your compensation claim

    Contact our specialist personal injury lawyers for a free, no obligation, consultation and we will listen to the circumstances of your accident before giving you clear advice on the chance of you recovering compensation. If we think you have a claim we can investigate your case using the financial security of a no win no fee agreement.

    We have two accessible offices based in Thames Gateway, Dartford and Tunbridge Wells, Kent near East Sussex. Our personal injury lawyers are available for face-to-face regular client meetings and calls updating you on your case. For more information and to see if you have a claim worth pursuing call us or fill in our short enquiry form and we will assess your claim.

    Who else can help?

    There are many independent organisations that can help people who have suffered personal injury and the families and friends who care for them.

     

     

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James Cahan, sources say he is 'very sound on tactics'.

Chambers UK 2015

Dominique was friendly, informative and excellent to deal with. I have recommended Thomson Snell & Passmore to others of every department. My experience with the company has been seamless.”

Client

Dominique showed great empathy and understanding at all times.

Client

Tom was really helpful he explained very clearly and what would happen. Thank you.”

Client

Sources say he is 'very sound on tactics'.

Chambers UK 2015

The team helped to build my confidence by keeping me up to date on any progress while reminding me of appointments with regular calls and e-mails. I can highly recommend their services to anybody who is unfortunately in my situation. Thanks James Cahan and his team of experts.”

Client

Throughout the process, your firm has treated me with unfailing tact and courtesy.  I have been conscious of, as well as the firm’s efficiency, a considerable sensitivity in the way a potentially painful legal issue was dealt with.

Client

We are very grateful to you for your hard work, your sensitivity in dealing with some frequently painful material, and the consistent lucidity with which you have kept us informed of the different stages of the claim

Client

First class service from the first meeting until the end. Thank-you.

Client

I have absolute respect for them. They're an excellent firm – well established, and very pleasant people

Chambers UK 2014

The team provides a ‘consistently high level of service’.

The Legal 500 2013

As a family we have no experience of dealing with such issues, so James’ considered approach, advice and guidance were invaluable to us. Invariably highly professional but also approachable and with clear explanations, he has inspired total confidence throughout the past 17 months.

Client

I felt that you were very sincere and compassionate when dealing with me when I was at my lowest. I would recommend James time and time again, to any future clients.

Evelyn Plum

You have been very good thank you. Always prompt to respond to queries and have explained everything thoroughly.”

Client

I thank you so much for your excellent service and will recommend you strongly to anyone needing help.

Client

I feel that TS&P and your team have been extremely good and I could not have wished for anything more.

Client

The sensitivity and dedication has assisted and assured me greatly in my recovery…there has been an emotional benefit that you and the team have provided by all of your actions. Thank you and the team for winning this case and securing a victory which, to me, is more than just about financial compensation.

Client

Thank you so much for the huge amount of effort and work put in by all concerned with this case. You were a very kind man and handled the case sympathetically and with integrity

Client

Couldn’t have wished for a nicer person. What more can I say other than a BIG thank you.

Client

Brilliant. Absolutely brilliant from the time I walked in the door.

Client

I feel that TS&P do take time to understand me personally. I am not just a folder, I am a person

Client

Dominique has been very supportive - and patient - throughout the process. I have often found it difficult, and because of stress and other circumstances in my life I have often taken a long time to face up to the situation and complete things that need to be done.

Client

Patricia Fearnley regularly finds herself involved in "extraordinarily difficult cases," where she is able to remain "very calm and really push a claim for all it's worth." She specialises in obstetric cases and is also vastly experienced in inquests work.    

Chambers UK 2016

Graham Bell's practice focuses on serious injury. He is described as an "out-and-out clever lawyer with great ideas when analysing cases."      

Chambers UK 2016

Fiona Mills offers strategic clinical negligence litigation services to clients left injured by negligent surgery. She also has experience in both obstetric and delayed cancer diagnosis cases. Clients enthuse that "she is really friendly and explains all the legal jargon that we don't understand and she is always available to talk."     

Chambers UK 2016

We received good and prompt service at all times - not only from Jenny herself, but also her secretary and the trainee when necessary.

Client

Overall a very good and responsive service - I wasn't anticipating this. The process of claiming under this area of law is more complicated than I thought it would be but it was translated very efficiently to me.

Client

Thank you so much for the professional way you have dealt with the case, your kindness is very much appreciated.

Client

You have helped make a difficult situation bearable.

Client

Jenny was very good at thinking of all the options and sought good experts in supporting my case; I was pleased with the outcome

Client

I would like to thank Jenny and her team for all their hard work and efforts during what has been a very traumatic 3 years.  Throughout this period, Jenny has been on hand with reassurance and advice.  At the same time, she assembled an excellent team of experts, which enabled me to reach a successful conclusion.

Client

I cannot thank Jenny and her team enough and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend TS&P, Debbie, Jenny and Patricia highly enough. Many thanks again for your professional conduct throughout.

Client

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