How we can help
If you have suffered an accident or personal injury our personal injury Solicitors will asses your case, offer free legal advice and help you to apply for injury compensation, stress free.
We know it can be worrying contacting a personal injury Solicitor but you’ll find our team approachable and easy to talk to. Always remember we are on your side.
Also, to help you, we offer free legal advice with a personal injury specialist. We operate free drop in sessions at our Sheffield, Rotherham and Barnsley offices every week.
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Areas we cover
We can support all types of accident and personal injury compensation claims, and we don’t discriminate. Do not think that what’s happened to you is a trivial to matter. Our personal injury Solicitors will listen even if others won’t.
Our personal injury Solicitors can support you with:
- Accidents at work >
- Road traffic accidents >
- Defective product claims >
- Fatal accidents >
- Head, spinal cord and serious injury claims >
- Holiday accidents >
- Neglect and abuse claims >
- Criminal injuries compensation claims >
- Accidents in public places >
Depending on the nature of the claim, our accident and personal injury Solicitors can help with:
- Injury compensation for physical and/or emotional suffering
- Compensation for loss of earnings
- Compensation for damage to personal property or vehicles
- Access to rehabilitation, therapy and specialist medical care
Most claims our personal injury Solicitors handle are on a ‘no win no fee’ basis. If you do not succeed with your case you do not have to pay our costs.
Drop In Sessions
The following drop-in session are held weekly and our personal injury Solicitors offer free legal advice:
Sheffield – Tuesday 10am – 4pm
Rotherham –Thursday 10am – 4pm
Barnsley – Wednesday 10am – 4pm
If you think you may have an injury compensation claim call in to speak to one of the team, no appointment necessary.
2 steps to contacting Howells:
We’ll listen carefully to you, clarify what you’re trying to achieve, and then explain if and how we can help you. We will take initial information and liaise with a personal injury Solicitor regarding your case. If it looks like we can help, we will book you in for a consultation with a legal professional.
The Accident and Personal Injury team
Howells’ personal injury team led by the highly regarded personal injury Solicitor Sharon Rinaldi. The team are recommended by the professional legal guide the Legal 500 2020. Sharon is also a recommended Personal Injury Solicitor on the ‘Three Best Rated‘ website. In addition to this, Sharon is also a member of the Law Society Personal Injury Panel and the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers.
Our personal injury team are highly skilled, very diligent, who scrutinise every aspect of a claim. They represent their clients tirelessly, to give them the best possible chance of continuing their lives with the financial and medical support they need.
In addition, they are down to earth, friendly and approachable people whom you can talk to and confide in. They will listen, they will care and they will use their technical skills to translate all of that into positive action for you.
Q.When should I contact you?
A.As soon as you feel you have a case for a personal injury claim. There may be a time limit on when you can make a claim so the sooner you contact us the better.
Q.What if I have an insurance policy already?
A.If you have the benefit of a before the event insurance policy you do not have to pursue the claim through your insurer. Sometimes we can act on their behalf and offer a more local service or offer you alternative funding.
Q.What happens first?
A.We will meet with you to discuss your case, gather as much information as possible and give you advice in respect of types of funding. What we do first will then depend on what outcome you want, which is usually compensation for a personal injury claim.
Q.Will I have to go to court?
A.Not necessarily. Attending a trial is rare in personal injury cases unless there is a dispute in relation to how much your claim is worth or on the facts of the case.