Personal Injury Law

We are happy to deal with all types of Personal Injury Claims.

We deal with a wide range of Accident Claims including – Road Traffic Accident Claims, Accidents at Work, Accidents in Shops / Shopping Centres or the Street, Trip or Slip accidents, Claims involving Animals, Beauty / Cosmetic Treatments Claims, Children’s Claims and Faulty Products.

How we can help with your claim

All claims are handled by our Specialist Solicitor Stephanie Lee.

Stephanie is based at our Clitheroe office, but she represents clients based in all areas of the country.  Stephanie qualified as a Solicitor in January 2000 and is also Accredited by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers as a Senior Litigator.  The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers is a not for profit organisation representing the interests of injured people.  Stephanie is the only Accredited Solicitor in Clitheroe.

We are happy to see injured client’s in our office or at hospital etc by appointment. As your claim progresses, we keep you up to date by telephone or email.  Stephanie has been successfully representing injured people for 22 years.  We work on a no win no fee basis. This means no upfront payment is required from you to make a claim. We are happy to explain this in more detail.

We are a friendly firm of solicitors offering a very personal service. Stephanie will deal with your claim from start to successful conclusion.

Please contact Stephanie Lee on 01200  428 102 or use any of the contact detail found here.

About Lewis Mitchell Solicitors

At Lewis Mitchell Solicitors we assess the accident claim and identify whether the client has a legitimate and winnable case to present.

If so, then we will do everything we can to bring about a successful outcome – one that properly compensates the client for whatever injury or financial losses that he or she has sustained.

We are happy to act on a No Win-No Fee basis for cases we take on.

Personal Injury Claims

These are some of the accident cases we deal with:

  • Accidents at Work
  • Road Traffic Accidents
  • Trips, slips and Falls in Commercial or Public Spaces
  • Whiplash Injury Claims
  • Faulty Products
  • Children’s Accidents
  • Other Personal Injury Claims

Personal Injury Claim Criteria

In order to be entitled to make a legitimate personal injury claim, the following criteria should apply:

  • You suffered the injury or illness through no fault of your own, and:
    The incident was caused by an individual or organisation that failed to take reasonable care for your safety, and:
  • The incident took place within the last three years, and:
  • The injury or illness caused you pain or distress, or:
  • It caused you to entail a financial loss (e.g. through being unable to work) or:
  • It caused you to entail exceptional expenses (e.g.  the costs of medical care, adaptations or equipment required during your recovery) or:
  • It caused your quality of life to suffer (e.g. it resulted in a disability of some kind)
  • Injuries may be physical or psychological and may have temporary or permanent effects.

How Lewis Mitchell Can Help You

As responsible legal professionals, we will help you to present any legitimate personal injury claim and to achieve all the compensation to which you should be entitled.

We have an excellent track record in this field and we are extremely proficient at giving the courts a clear and accurate impression of the losses you have suffered in order that they can make a fair and appropriate award. When these awards reflect serious injury or accidents that will have a lasting effect on one’s lifestyle and independence, they can be very significant and can make a lasting difference to the quality of our clients’ lives.  We therefore take our responsibilities very seriously and do our utmost to achieve the best possible outcome for you.

Solicitors in Lancashire

Contact Us

Lewis Mitchell Solicitors
18 Railway View Road
Clitheroe
Lancashire
BB7 2HE

  01200 428 102

  01200 426 568

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Opening Times

Mon – Fri: 9am to 8pm
Weekends: 11am to 8pm