Road Traffic Accidents

At Baker Chase Solicitors, our personal injury team are experts in RTA claims with a wealth of experience in claiming the maximum compensation for your injuries. Road traffic accidents are often a complex area of the law and require expert knowledge from a personal injury solicitor.
If you are thinking of making a personal injury claim due to a road traffic accident, our specialist solicitors will work with you, providing straightforward, practical and realistic legal advice, guiding you through the right course of action in pursuing your claim.

Types of Road Traffic Accidents covered

  • Car Accidents
  • Motorbike Accidents
  • Cycling Accidents
  • Pedestrian Accidents
  • Whiplash Claims
  • Uninsured and Untraceable Drivers

Employment liability claims

When a person is injured at work it is usually the case that they think they have themselves to blame or feel that they have no choice but to put up with the injuries they have sustained. This should not always be the case. Occasionally, the facts give rise to a cause of action for negligence on the part of the employer.

An employer owes an employee a duty of care. This means that the employer should take reasonable care to ensure that his employees are safe during the course of their employment. This could include providing: competent staff, adequate plant and equipment, a safe system of work and safe premises.

Public Liability Claims

If you have an accident or suffer a personal injury whilst on public property, which was not your fault, then you may be entitled to make a personal injury compensation claim.

The person or company owning or being responsible for maintaining the public area usually have taken out a public liability insurance policy to compensate members of the public for any injury they sustain whilst on the property caused by their negligence.

If you have suffered an injury after being involved in an accident in a public place, contact us and we will be able to let you know if you are entitled to make a public liability compensation