Our personal injury solicitors are experienced in all types of personal injury and accident claims.
We have a proven track record of success in winning compensation for personal injury claims. Most injury claims can be fought on a no win, no fee basis.
These include personal injury claims involving accidents at work and workplace diseases. We are also experienced in dealing with whiplash injuries and other road traffic accident injuries, whether you’re a pedestrian, cyclist, passenger or driver; and in slips, trips and falls and general accidents in public places.
Our personal injury expertise also extends to criminal injuries compensation claims, and clinical and medical negligence.
Milners’ personal injury lawyers pride themselves on being experienced, approachable, honest, and reputable – and their approach to injury claims comes with no nonsense and no pressure.
Based in Leeds, Harrogate and Pontefract, our personal injury lawyers can carry out home visits to advise on your injury claim. Simply tell us about the details of your accident and personal injury and we will assess your chances of a successful claim.
Most matters can be conducted by our personal injury solicitors on a no win no fee basis. This means you’re at no risk of paying our fees should your personal injury claim fail. Furthermore, we will aim for 100% of your damages.
For your added peace of mind, our personal injury lawyers are members of The Law Society Personal Injury Panel and The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers.
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