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  • No win, no fee funding available
  • Support to find the right treatments for you
  • Offices in the heart of the City of London

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    When you’ve been injured in an accident that wasn’t your fault, you may wish to make a claim for compensation. When you do, you want to work with a personal injury solicitor you can trust – ideally in your local area. At Royds Withy King, our London-based Personal Injury team are here to help you get the compensation and assistance you need.

    At Royds Withy King, our Personal Injury team aim to be ahead of the curve. Not only does this ensure you maximise the compensation that meets your specific needs, but it also helps you to get the medical and other support that you may require.

    In order to do this, we build a partner-led team around the client, ensuring that someone is able to help you at every stage of your journey after being injured.

    Our team work in many areas of personal injury, with a number of specialisms, such as:

    When might I have a claim?

    If you have been injured as a result of an accident, and you weren’t to blame, you could have a claim for personal injury compensation.

    A claim will normally have to be brought within three years of the injury you have received. There are some exceptions, such as for children who have until their 21st birthday to bring a claim, or adults with mental difficulties who have no time limit.

    Find out more about the process of making a personal injury claim, and what’s involved, here.

    How much compensation might I receive?

    Compensation amounts depend largely on your particular situation, so we will need to gather information from you before we can accurately estimate this.

    You can find out more about how compensation is calculated here.

    How can a claim be paid for?

    There are a range of options for you to fund a claim, and for many of our areas of expertise we can offer the option to proceed under a No Win No Fee agreement, otherwise known as a Conditional Fee Agreement (CFA). This would mean that you will pay nothing if your claim is unsuccessful.

    Find out more about how to fund a personal injury claim here.

    How long will a claim take?

    This depends on a number of factors, such as the severity of your injury and who you are making your claim against.

    You can find out more about this here.

    What if I have a solicitor but want to change?

    Sometimes an insurer may provide you with legal help following an accident, however in some cases they do not have the specialist knowledge required to get you the best possible settlement.

    If you are in a similar situation, or aren’t happy with your current representation, you are free to change at any time. Find out how to change your personal injury solicitor here.

    What if I have an injury but am experiencing problems with my insurer? Can you help?

    If you have a condition or injury for which you are claiming insurance, and that insurance claim has been stopped or disputed, our specialist personal health insurance (PHI) team can help you to get the compensation you deserve.

    Find out more about making a claim for denied health insurance here.

    Where in London is Royds Withy King based?

    Our office at 69 Carter Lane is in the heart of the City of London. It is easily accessible via Blackfriars Tube Station or St Paul’s Tube station, and we always try to meet our clients either at home or at our office.

    The full address for our London office is:

    Royds Withy King
    69 Carter Lane
    London
    EC4V 5EQ

    For directions and travel information please visit our office page here.

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