Serious Personal Injuries
A serious injury is a permanent life-changing disability that may require extensive medical treatment, rehabilitation, ongoing support and care. It could stop you working, and have huge financial implications for you and your family.
They might involve damage to the spinal cord or brain, serious burns, amputation or multiple orthopaedic injuries. In some cases, they could be result in the death of a loved one, leaving family members to try and cope. The injuries could be sustained in a road traffic accident, at work or in a public place.
Our expert help makes a difference
It’s essential to have the support of an expert with experience of dealing with these types of cases. They can be complicated and take several years to resolve, so you’ll need support not just with the legal aspects, but also through the rehabilitation process. At Walker Smith Way Legal, we have the knowledge and expertise that can deliver the result you deserve. Here are some examples of cases where we’ve fought for and won compensation.
A special understanding
With a serious injury you can feel very isolated and alone, but we understand what you’re going through. One of our solicitors, Darren Hughes, sustained a serious injury and had to rebuild his life. All our team now benefit from his insight, so we can give you the all-round support to put your life back together.
Helping rebuild your life
We don’t just focus on the legal aspects of your serious personal injury; we take a holistic approach, to help you rebuild your life. Where it’s appropriate, we’ll instruct a range of experts to give advice on specialist treatment, rehabilitation, special equipment and accommodation needs, and we’ll push for secure interim payments to fund the experts’ recommendations.
All of this vital support is a result of our many years of dealing with these issues for our clients. So please contact us, and we’ll explain how we can start you on the road to a better future.
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Practice group leader Jonathon Sharples specialises in brain and spinal injuries. Interviewees say : "He is very experienced and very knowledgeable, and he has a very nice manner with the client."
Chambers & Partners - the leading guide to the UK legal industry, 2016 edition
The team is known to have a good reputation for its work on a broad spectrum of claims, including high-value cases. Notable experience of occupational diseases claims. “They are excellent with clients" comments clients. Jonathon Sharples is a key contact at the firm.
Chambers & Partners - the leading guide to the UK legal industry, 2015 edition
Tony Britlin is recommended at Walker Smith Way Legal Part of Slater and Gordon.
Legal 500 - the leading guide to the UK legal industry, 2015 edition
The highly experienced Jonathon Sharples at Walker Smith Way Legal is recommended for high-value brain and spinal injury cases. Clients single out the 'exceptional' Brian Dawson for praise. Mark Denholm is recommended for disease claims.
Legal 500 - the leading guide to the UK legal industry, 2014 edition
"The experienced practice head Jonathon Sharples heads the injury team at Walker Smith Way Legal, and continues to act in high-value brain and spinal cord injury cases. Partner Mark Denholm runs a well-regarded industrial disease team." Walker Smith Way Legal's senior partner Brian Dawson is recommended.
Legal 500 - the leading guide to the UK legal industry, 2013 edition
Jonathan Sharples is noted for his "innovative and focused" approach and "high standards of preparation" on personal injury matters. His practice is centred around high-value cases involving brain and spinal cord injuries."
Chambers & Partners - the leading guide to the UK legal industry, 2012 edition
"Walker Smith Way Legal's practice head Jonathon Sharples leads on more valuable claims; and partner Mark Denholm is an ‘experienced and effective operator’ who ‘drives a hard bargain’."
Legal 500 - the leading guide to the UK legal industry, 2012 edition