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SC Law SC Law is a personal injury and clinical negligence law firm, with specialists dealing with catastrophic and very serious injuries, including, amputations, brain and spinal cord damage. Our lawyers are based across the country and have a long track record of winning compensation for our clients, including the most difficult cases on liability. Specialists in catastrophic injury claims, including amputations, brain and spinal injuries.

At SC Law, our personal injury lawyers provide a local and nationwide service, representing clients from all over the UK and overseas. As the leading personal injury law firm in North West London, we regularly represent injured clients from the Pinner, Harrow, Northolt, Greenford, Ealing, Hounslow, Hayes, Uxbridge and Wembley areas as well as Watford and Hertfordshire.

We also have an extensive client base in the Essex, Buckinghamshire, Cambridge, Devon and Exeter areas. Carol Matthews is based in the North East and is able to see clients in Newcastle, Durham and the surrounding areas.

read more › SC Law was established specifically to help people who have suffered an injury, from minor through to the most serious and catastrophic. Accident victims are often bullied by their own motor or home insurers to use their own "panel" firm, when in fact under English law they have the complete freedom to use any solicitor of their choice. An accident victim should carefully choose the solicitor they want to represent them, particularly where the injuries are very serious. Similarly, if you are not happy with your current solicitor it is usually very easy to have your case transferred to the solicitor/law firm of your own choice.

read more › If you or a family member has suffered negligence at the hands of a trusted medical advisor or a hospital, you may be entitled to compensation. Many law firms do general personal injury work, but only certain firms have the expertise to deliver the service and results needed by those who have suffered because of a medical error. When mistakes are made the individual may be left with a devastating outcome, or even worse, death resulting from the negligence. A wrongly amputated limb or removal of a healthy body part has a great impact on individuals, as they are so traumatic and permanent.

read more › If you or a family member is involved in an accident that was someone else's fault, you may be entitled to compensation. SC Law has a panel of specialist medical and other experts to prepare the reports needed to support our clients' claims, including rehabilitation, personal care and nursing, aids and equipment, loss of earnings and other financial losses and expenses to help improve your quality of life. Our aim is get you the maximum compensation for your injuries and financial losses. There is a very real risk that you or a member of your family could be involved in a road traffic accident at some point in your lifetime.

read more › If you or your loved one suffers a very serious or catastrophic injury, life is likely to change forever. Many law firms do personal injury work, but only a few have the expertise to deliver the service and results needed by those who have suffered serious spinal or brain injuries, severe burns, amputations or a fatal accident. Rehabilitation is vital in the first six months after injury. At SC Law, we help secure early interim payments to assist with rehabilitation, care and other needs. Common amputations occur to fingers, toes, hands, feet, arms, legs or an eye may need to be removed.

read more › Do you need a Limited Company? At SC Law we can incorporate your limited company and deal with all the forms necessary to set up the company on a fixed fee basis. What is a limited company: a limited company is a legal entity limited by shares, it is the most common form of a privately held company, it can be incorporated in England and Wales, depending on your location and wishes. Completion of the company secretary appointment (if desired, this is not a statutory requirement). In addition, we can discuss with you your Will and Powers of Attorney to ensure your business is covered in the unfortunate event of your passing or incapacity, along with protecting your loved ones.

read more › You can change your name at any time provided you are over the age of 18 and do not intend to defraud or deceive another person. There are a number of reasons why you may wish to change your name, due to marriage, separation or divorce. There is no legal procedure required to change your name. However, generally you may be required to provide written evidence to show that you have changed your name, for example, when you are opening a bank account or applying for a passport. This requires the consent of all persons who have parental responsibility for your child.

read more › A fixed fee divorce is a good option if you want a quick divorce and both you and your partner are in agreement that the marriage is over and both parties will cooperate with the process. If the Court is satisfied that one of the above facts has been proved, then the Judge will grant a decree absolute to permanently terminate the marriage. The entire process is usually carried out on paper. You will not be required to attend Court unless your spouse defends the petition or you are directed by the Court to do so.

read more › It is important to make a Will whether or not you have many possessions or much money. It is the only way to secure financial support for the people or charities you care about. If you don't make a Will, the state governs who inherits your assets and how your property and possessions will be distributed according to the law, instead of your wishes. If you have children under 18 when you die, with a Will you have the right to choose their legal guardian and set up any Trusts for your children's benefit and avoid potentially hefty legal costs.

read more › You may need someone to make decisions for you in the future. It could be in a temporary situation such as if you are abroad or in hospital and need help with everyday things such as making sure bills are paid. Or you may need to make more long-term plans if you have been diagnosed with a mental illness such as dementia or Alzheimer's disease. Without an LPA, your family friends cannot make any financial/property or health/welfare decisions for you. The LPA gives someone you trust full access to make decisions on your behalf if you're unable to in the future.

read more › The SC Law Compensation Calculator below provides general guidance on the level of compensation you can expect to receive for your pain and suffering*. Remember financial losses are on top of this. See the diagrams below and expand the boxes to get the full information and guidance on the level of compensation possible. Significant scarring where the worst effects have been reduced by plastic surgery or disfigurement is substantial - 15,750 - 42,460. Significant scarring where scars are visible at conversational distances - 7,990 - 26,380.

read more › Read some of our recent reviews from past satisfied clients. SC Law proved their worth in the sterling work undertaken by them in resolving my claim for the maximum amount of compensation available in what was a complex case due to a pre existing injury to my shoulder that was further damaged in an RTC. I found everyone at SC Law to be personable, helpful and friendly whilst always maintaining their professionalism at every turn. I was always kept up to date and every element of my case was discussed with me in detail.

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