Although not always obvious, the risk of fire surrounds us wherever we are. Whether driving, working in an office or watching a film at the cinema, fire safety regulations save the lives of many people every year.
Fire accidents can be devastating, as once fire takes hold it can be difficult to control. If you have been injured in a fire accident and are considering taking legal action against a negligent third party, we can help you to make a successful claim.
Legal advice from fire accidents experts
Having been in business for more than a decade, we have vast experience of dealing with fire accident compensation claims. We offer legal advice to people who are thinking of claiming compensation for their injuries, in addition to a recommendation for an experienced injury solicitor to deal with the case.
We understand that fire accidents can cause many different types of injury, both internal and external, with the damage from inhalation of smoke or fumes as dangerous as the flames themselves. To discuss your case with us, just call our 24-hour helpline, which is available seven days a week.
Specialist legal representation
Fire incident compensation claims can be very complex and lengthy, as it takes time to gather evidence that will determine the cause. Your specialist personal injury lawyer will gather together incident reports from a variety of sources, possibly including all three emergency services, and then formulate a case on a no win no fee* basis.
All of our independent solicitors operate on this basis, allowing innocent victims of fire accidents the help they need from the legal profession. We have contacts with legal practices all over the country, so regardless of where you live we will be able to put you in touch with an experienced personal injury lawyer to deal with your case.
Your fire accidents claim
Seeking medical assistance if you have inhaled smoke or fumes during a fire will determine whether any lasting damage has been done to your lungs. One of the requirements of making a personal injury claim is that the claimant must have received medical assistance for their injuries soon after the accident.
We can offer an estimate of the amount of compensation you could receive if you decide to go ahead with a claim, via the 30-second test on our website or our telephone helpline on 0800 689 0500. Although only an estimate, it can give you an idea of whether it is worthwhile taking legal action and is based on previous compensation claims similar to yours.