Personal Injury Law Solicitors

Ringrose Law can help you claim the compensation you deserve. Whether you have been involved in a road traffic accident, accident at work or suffered a personal injury, we are a team of dedicated Personal Injury Law Solicitors.



Solicitor and Partner John Knight heads up the Personal Injury department, having over 20 years of experience specialising in Personal Injury and Medical Negligence.

We can help you work out whether you have a claim straight away. Our experienced Personal Injury team will make the claim process as simple and as easy to understand.

How do No Win No Fee work?

Easy – we recover most of our costs from your opponent if you win. On the off chance that you do not win – we will not charge you.

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As experienced Personal Injury solicitors, we know that your first considerations may well be obtaining the right health care to get you back on your feet and receiving any lost earnings as soon as possible. We pride ourselves in our ability to achieve this for you.

Finally, you have the peace of mind knowing that your claim is being taken on by a dedicated personal injury law solicitor who will work together with you to ensure that you will receive the maximum compensation you deserve.

I would just like to thank you all for the work you did in order to successfully bring my case to conclusion, indeed for taking it on when several other companies would not. I will be forever grateful.

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What is the time limit for making a claim?

Yes, there is a time limit that applies when making personal injury claims. The time limit for initiating a claim is usually three years after the date that the injury happened.

With some injuries, symptoms can take a long time to develop. Such as with work industrial claims/asbestosis claims. In such cases, the time limit runs from when you were first aware of the symptoms.

However, there are a number of exceptions to this, including children under 18 and claimants suffering from a mental disability.

Don’t Delay, Claim Now!

We have offices across the East Midlands or we can offer initial appointments face to face, via phone, Microsoft Teams or Zoom.

Complete our Personal Injury Enquiry Form and a member of our expert team will contact you. Or you can call us on 0333 3580 393 or send chat to our team on Live Chat.

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    In law, a Personal Injury describes an injury someone gets as the result of someone else’s negligence.

    If someone’s actions result in you being injured, it is possible to claim compensation from them. This is what a Personal Injury Claim is. A compensation claim against someone (either a person, business or organisation) that caused you to get injured.

    The first things you need to make sure you do are report the accident to your employer. They should have certain reporting procedures to follow. If there is a Health and Safety representative at your place of work they should also be informed about the accident.

    If there were any witnesses then get their names and addresses and a brief account of what happened. Witness statements may be required further down the line.

    No. Your employer is not allowed to terminate your employment because you are making a claim for compensation.

    Remember, any compensation you receive will not be paid by your employer directly. Instead, it will be paid by their public liability insurers.

    If your claim is successful and you are awarded compensation, the other side’s insurance company will normally pay all your basic legal costs.

    If you lose your claim then you will not be required to pay a penny.

    This is because all our personal injury cases that are not covered by legal expense insurance are handled on a No Win No Fee basis. This means that, if you do not win, you do not pay a fee.

    If you have legal expenses insurance then your claim is covered. Should you lose, you still don’t have to pay anything.

    If you win your claim your legal costs get paid by the other sides’ insurers.

    Absolutely not. You have freedom of choice of your solicitor.

    Furthermore, most “recommended/panel solicitors” are only recommended because they pay your legal expense insurer for your claim.

    The recommendation is not usually based on quality. If you are tempted to use a panel firm, always ask them if they pay for your case.

    You can claim compensation for the pain and suffering that your injuries have caused you.

    You can also include out of pocket expenses that you have suffered as a result of the accident. This can include items such as; lost earnings; medical expenses and damaged items.

    The majority of claims are decided without the need for a trial hearing and so it is unlikely that you will have to go to court.

    If you do have to go to court then you are in safe hands. Our team has years of experience of representing clients at court hearings and will be able to guide you through the process.

    You can still make a claim and, as long as your holiday was booked as a part of a package tour through a company in England, then we can deal with the claim for you.

    If your child is under 18 then you can make a claim on their behalf. You would act as their “litigation friend” and would be able to provide instructions for them. At the end of their claim then the settlement would need to be approved by a judge.

    This would mean that you and your child would need to attend a very short and informal court hearing.

    Don’t worry, we would go with you and will explain what will happen. Your child’s compensation would then be paid into an investment account and would be paid to them when they reach 18.

    No. If you receive an amount of compensation that is high enough to affect your benefits, we can provide you with advice about having this paid into a trust fund. This means that your entitlement to means-tested benefits would be preserved.

    Yes. We can represent you and make a claim to the Motor Insurance Bureau on your behalf.

    This is an organisation that provides compensation to those who were involved in an accident with either an uninsured driver or the victim of a hit and run.

    John KnightSenior Director & Solicitor
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    Richard TeareDirector & Solicitor, Personal Injury & Medical Negligence
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    Brenda GilliganSenior Associate Solicitor, Personal Injury & Medical Negligence
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    Karen Cawood Senior Associate Solicitor
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