Personal Injury Claims

Accredited and experienced solicitors specialising in severe, life changing personal injury and clinical negligence.

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Serious and Life Changing Injuries and Accidents

If you believe you or a loved one may have suffered from a severe personal injury and want to know if you have a claim, then contact us today and talk to one of our experienced and specialist personal injury solicitors.

Why make a Personal Injury Claim?

Making a claim enables you to be put back in the position you would have been in had you not experienced the personal injury. This involves financial compensation for the pain and suffering endured, loss of earnings and medical expenses.

Accredited and Experienced Lawyers

Stone Rowe Brewer LLP are an APIL accredited team of 6 fee earners and 7 support staff specialising in severe and life changing personal injury and clinical negligence. We have experience dealing with a wide range of claims, from first instance right through to trial and settlement.


How Long Do I Have to Put in a Compensation Claim?

Usually you have three years to start legal proceedings for personal injury, however in the case of claims related to Asbestos or delayed symptoms you would have three years from the date the symptoms / causes were identified by a professional.

If in doubt about your right to claim or if a deadline is fast approaching please call us we will be happy to look into your case.

What Do I Need to Know About the Claims Process?

The claims process can seem daunting but rest assured we guide you and advise you from start to finish. Why not call today to get free advice.

We cover the whole of England and Wales only. We do not cover potential cases that happened in Scottish hospitals/GP’s.