Personal Injury Claims

Our personal injury solicitors specialise in representing people who have had accidents that are no fault of their own.

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Injuries suffered in the construction industry

If you work in the construction industry and have suffered injury through no fault of your own, you may be able to make a personal injury claim for compensation.

Or perhaps you are the loved one of someone who has been hurt or killed on a building site and would like financial support for rehabilitation or to compensate for loss of life.

Although there are various potential hazards in the construction industry, employees still have a right to work in a safe environment without risk or danger.

An accident of this nature can leave victims with lasting physical pain, as well as causing anxiety about their future career and long-term health.

Our expert team of personal injury lawyers can guide you through the process of making a claim against an employer and help you secure the compensation you deserve, as well as advising you on employment-related issues.

Gotelee’s solicitors have a wealth of experience in this area in nearly every workplace.

Warm friendly service with clear responses to all my questions.

How can our personal injury lawyers help you?

We can assess the merits of your claim and the prospect of success in a free initial appointment, either at your home or in any of our offices in Ipswich, HadleighFelixstowe, Melton and Woodbridge.

We will investigate your case quickly and, if possible, we will obtain an interim payment of damages for you. We can also offer a fully insurance protected No-Win No-Fee conditional fee agreement.

If you wish to receive advice on your case, call us on 01473 298125 or complete our online enquiry form and we will be happy to discuss your circumstances.

Our Lawyers

James Davies
Partner
01473 298159
Howard Bush
Chartered Legal Executive and Associate
01473 298105
Stevan Stratton
Associate Solicitor
01473 298111
Siân Mullane
Chartered Legal Executive, Associate
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