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How can Morr & Co assist if you have been injured in an accident at work?

At Morr & Co, our personal injury solicitors understand that each case is bespoke and treat it as such, ensuring that our advice is individually tailored to our client and their rehabilitation and lifestyle needs.

To enable early access to treatment and rehabilitation, we strive to obtain early interim payments for clients and believe in involving rehabilitation managers and case managers at an early stage. We have relationships with high quality rehabilitation providers so we can arrange private and prompt treatment when applicable.

We also take time to get to know our clients’ families to gain a strong understanding of their family dynamics and needs. This is crucial as a life changing injury can affect the whole family, not just our client.

We work with a very strong body of experts in areas including medicine, accommodation, finance, assistive technology, prosthetics, care/assistance and employment, along with barristers who we instruct based on their experience with specific types of injury cases.

Several of the barristers we work with come from a medical background which further strengthens the technical ability of the entire legal team. We have worked with many of these experts for years, bringing a ‘tried and tested’ and collaborative approach to our cases, which can go a long way to helping clients feel comfortable with the claims process.

We are particularly good at valuing claims. We strive to identify even the most unusual financial losses to ensure that our clients are not only restored to the financial position that they would have been in had they not sustained injury, but that they also have funds available for any future financial losses and, importantly, future treatment and care they may require.

At what is likely to be a very stressful time in your life, we provide an incredibly supportive and sympathetic service, ensuring that you have easy and direct access to your legal team including, where necessary, visits to your home and frequent updates on the progress of your case.

We offer a free, no-obligation initial assessment of your claim with one of our experienced specialists. This gives us a chance to assess the strength of your case and, where appropriate, arrange suitable legal cost funding for you.

With our extensive court and advocacy experience we can successfully manage client expectations and prevent the process from adding to what are already difficult circumstances.

We support injury charities such as Headway and The Spinal Injuries Association to signpost our clients to their non-legal services. As members of APIL (Association of Personal Injury Lawyers) we strive to protect the interests of those who have sustained an injury as a result of an accident/negligence, and we feel very passionately that everyone should have appropriate access to justice.

How can Morr & Co help if you have been injured in an accident at work?

  1. Legal advice and guidance: We offer expert technical legal advice and guidance to help explain the legal process involved should you choose to pursue a claim for injury. We will work with you to help manage your understanding and expectations throughout the claims process.
  2. Case assessment: We will risk assess your claim at all stages by reviewing evidence obtained to assess prospects of success.
  3. Collating suitable evidence: We know what to look for and what is required in terms of evidence to support your claim to a successful conclusion, and we work with you to obtain and secure this.
  4. Calculating your claim value: We will offer you advice regarding the compensation that you will be entitled to claim for to include, but not limited to, compensation for your physical and psychological injuries, reimbursement of any lost earnings, loss of employment benefits and/or pension. We can calculate any cost of care, costs for private healthcare, cost of equipment and home adaption, damaged items. We can also claim for future anticipated costs such as medical fees.
  5. Negotiating with insurers: From the outset of a claim, we will aim to work collaboratively with the Defendant Insurers with the aim of agreeing all elements of your claim.
  6. Preparing court documents: We will prepare and guide you through all legal documents required in your claim and we will file these at Court for you in accordance with Court timetables.
  7. Representation in court: If your case requires there to be any Court hearings, we will prepare for these hearings and we, or a suitable appointed barrister, will attend Court on your behalf. You will be represented at all Court hearings during the duration of your claim including the trial proceedings, should the case not settle before this stage. We will fight on your behalf to achieve the most suitable result for you.
  8. Settlement negotiations: At the appropriate stage in your claim, we will be able to advise you when to enter into settlement negotiations and we will negotiate on your behalf to try and achieve pre-trial settlement.
  9. Advising post settlement: Once your claim has been settled, we can continue to provide advice beyond this point by helping you to ensure that any benefits that you receive are not impacted by the financial settlement. Within our firm we can also offer additional services to you such as will writing, advice on employment issues and family issues which may have arisen because of your accident and/or injuries. We also have a wide network of financial advisors who we can introduce you to so that you can safeguard your settlement.

At Morr & Co, we are dedicated to providing the highest level of support to our clients as they face the challenges of life after a severe injury. If you or a loved one needs assistance or would like to learn more about our services, please contact Charlotte and the Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence team on 020 8971 1081 or by emailing [email protected].


Although correct at the time of publication, the contents of this newsletter/blog are intended for general information purposes only and shall not be deemed to be, or constitute, legal advice. We cannot accept responsibility for any loss as a result of acts or omissions taken in respect of this article. Please contact us for the latest legal position.

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