SWINDON SOLICITORS S. J. EDNEY SPECIALISE IN ACCIDENT LAW - CLINICAL NEGLIGENCE AND PERSONAL INJURY    Freephone   0800 421 234

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Medical Negligence and Personal Injury Solicitors

Swindon Solicitors S. J. Edney specialise exclusively in accident compensation claims.

If you have been involved in an accident and have suffered a personal injury, either physically or psychologically, you may have the legal right to obtain compensation for your injuries, loss of wages and other financial loses, even if the accident was partly your own fault.

Our no win no fee solicitors act for victims of all types of accidents; including road accidents, accidents at work and medical accidents. Our main office is in Swindon, with interviewing offices in Oxford and Cheltenham. We offer home and hospital visits where possible.

3 reasons to call our no win no fee solicitors to discuss your claim:

  • We will act for you on a no win no fee basis - this means you pay nothing if you lose!
  • We have a 90% plus success rate
  • We are a specialist personal injury and medical negligence practice

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Why choose S J Edney?

S J Edney are a small firm (out of choice) and we believe that the key to our success is to ensure that we provide all our clients with an excellent service at all times – we know if we don’t, we simply will not survive. With the new Legal Services Act, large concerns like the Co-op are now able to provide legal services to their customers and will be able to compete with the traditional law firm in the same way that supermarkets have been able to compete with other sectors. We are confident that we will be able to meet this challenge and continue to prosper in the future. Read the profile of Solicitor - Seamus Jude Edney and our testimonials.

What is No Win No Fee?

Staring a case on a No Win No Fee basis means that if your compensation claim is not successful you do not pay your solicitors fees. If however we win your case, even then a proportion of the costs are likely to be paid by the other party, in many instances this is the insurers of the other party. This enables people who have a valid claim to pursue a legal claim even if you don’t have the funds available for costly legal bills. Click here for S J Edney's Guide to Legal Costs

What Type of Cases Do You Handle?

Our services fall broadly into two categories, clinical negligence cases (medical related) and personal injury (typically road accidents, accidents in the workplace or in public areas) Specialising in these two specific areas of law means we have a wealth of experience handling clients’ cases in both categories, including several high profile examples, examples of recent clinical negligence cases that have been settled

How Does The Process Work?

An initial telephone consultation is usually adequate for us to establish if you have an appropriate claim which can be handled on a No Win No Fee basis. Although not always necessary our clients will often visit one of our offices to discuss the claim in more detail, or we can visit you at home or in hospital if required, we then begin the legal process which you can read about in more detail on our website

What Levels of Compensation Can I Expect?

The amount of compensation varies dramatically depending on the circumstances of each specific case, for example a medical negligence claimant whose complications caused a lifelong disability will likely be awarded many times the level of compensation awarded to someone who had a fall which kept them off work for a few weeks. Contact us to discuss your claim, once we have the specifics of your individual situation we should be able to give you an idea.

How Do I Start The Process?

To arrange to speak to one of our no win no fee solicitors, simply click the location nearest to you - Swindon, Cheltenham or Oxford. We will then advise you on whether you have a claim and if so, the level of compensation which is likely to be payable to you.