‘Travel like you know them’: Road safety made personal
Earlier this summer, the UK government relaunched its THINK! road safety campaign, reminding people to ‘Travel like you know them’ to highlight the human cost of road traffic accidents. The...
Choosing an experienced solicitor is so important.
If you or a loved one has been involved with any kind of serious injury, through accident or negligence, the most important thing, when claiming compensation, is to choose a specialist lawyer. Only a specialist, with experience in such cases, will be able to get you the compensation you deserve. At Novum Law, all our lawyers are specialists whose expertise ensures that the true value of the claim can be accurately assessed and recovered.
This can also apply to clients whose loved ones have died; if you believe that a relative has died as a result of an accident or medical negligence, our team of specialist lawyers on the Isle of Wight will get involved at an early stage in the inquest process to ensure that the appropriate questions will be asked of treating health practitioners.
We have seen how early rehabilitation can make a huge difference to the lives of some of our clients. We evaluate whether early rehabilitation will assist your recovery and if agreed, we approach the defendant’s insurers to provide you with an interim compensation payment to pay for your rehabilitation.
We then work with case managers, client liaison teams, support groups and carers to provide you with the care and support that you need.
Empathy and understanding
Through years of experience, we have developed a real understanding of the effect that serious injury can have, not only on the victim, but also on families and friends. We pride ourselves on dealing sensitively and compassionately with all our cases and this approach is always welcomed by clients.
One of our recent clients said: “Novum Law are supremely professional with excellent people skills – this was just what we needed at a particularly difficult time.”
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