The specialist personal injury solicitors at Jefferies are ready to help you with your accident claims and injury claims.
Established for over two decades, we usually work on a no win, no fee basis and are committed to helping you win the compensation you deserve.Read More
Michael Jefferies Injury Lawyers is a specialist personal injury law firm dedicated to helping you with accident and injury claims as well as medical negligence claims.
For more than 20 years, our expert personal injury solicitors have worked with individuals who have been involved in a range of different accidents, including road traffic accidents, accidents or injury in a public place and accidents in the workplace. Based in our head office in Altrincham near Manchester, we also have an experienced team of clinical and medical negligence solicitors who help those who have become injured as a result of medical malpractice.
Our team also deal with flight delay compensation claims, holiday sickness and food poisoning claims and help those faced with motoring offences.
If you are looking to claim compensation after an accident or injury, do not hesitate to get in touch with our specialist lawyers for a free, confidential consultation. Throughout the claims process, we will work hard to secure you the personal injury or clinical negligence compensation you are entitled to.
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