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RG Jones Solicitors We are a dedicated and friendly Personal Injury Solicitors practice offering advice on all aspects of Accident Claims. Whether you have been involved in a Road Accident, Motorbike / Cycling Accident, Pedestrian Accident, Accident at Work or Slip / Trip Accident here at RG Jones Solicitors we can help you with your Personal Injury Claim and offer a genuine No Win No Fee Service.

We can guarantee, you will deal direct with Rosaleen Jones, a qualified solicitor, with over 12 years experience in this area of law. We offer a "No Win No Fee" service however if we feel, at any stage of your claim, that you are at risk of losing your right to compensation and facing a legal costs bill, we will ensure you are protected against such risk by advising you in relation to suitable insurance cover (also known as After the Event insurance).

The policy of insurance will cover your legal costs in the event of an unsuccessful claim. Solicitors' legal fees were reduced. In addition success fees and ATE insurance premiums are now payable by the client and not the third party.
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read more › RG Jones Solicitors is a Chester based family run Personal Injury Solicitors practice offering legal advice and assistance to people who have suffered personal injury and financial losses as a result of road accidents, either by car, on a bus, on a motorbike/bicycle, as a pedestrian, tripping accidents in a public place or due to the negligence of their employer at their place of work. Rosaleen Jones, Director, who has over 12 years experience in dealing with both low and high value Personal Injury and Road Accident Claims believes: " anyone who has suffered an injury, even if they are partly to blame, is entitled to pursue the other party for compensation in respect of their injuries together with any related financial losses".

read more › We are leading No Win No Fee Solicitors in Chester and we guarantee to offer you a genuine service. Your solicitor's fees will be paid by the other side's insurance company at the end of your claim. As a result solicitors' legal fees were reduced. Hence success fees are now payable by the client and not the third party. Solicitors can charge a success fee by deducting up to 25% from a client's award of compensation. RG Jones Solicitors assess each case on its own merits. We will set the success fee at a low % if the risk is low.

read more › Rosaleen Jones of RG Jones Solicitors has been practicing as a personal injury solicitor for over 12 years. As a result Rosaleen has gained considerable knowledge and experience in the area of Personal Injury Accident Claims throughout her career. Furthermore Rosaleen is a passionate Personal Injury Solicitor who will guarantee you the legal assistance you require. We guarantee a personal touch and promise to dedicate our time to you throughout your claim. We understand that many of our clients are often left in excruciating pain following an accident.

read more › We represent clients throughout the North West of England in particular Liverpool, Chester and Manchester. If you were the driver or a passenger and you have sustained a Personal Injury as a result of a Car Accident we can offer you advice and assistance on how to make a "No Win No Fee" claim in respect of your injuries and associated financial losses. Qualified Solicitor, Rosaleen Jones, will handle each claim personally guaranteeing all our clients a consistently high level of service.

read more › Have you suffered an injury whilst travelling as a passenger on a bus, in a taxi or in a car?. While you recover from your injuries we can pursue a claim for compensation on your behalf. We understand that an accident can have a profound affect on our clients so we are here to help with making a claim for compensation. Qualified Solicitor, Rosaleen Jones, will handle each claim personally guaranteeing all our clients a consistently high level of service.

read more › Motorbike riders are vulnerable and in many cases their injuries can be very serious when involed with a road accident. Such road accidents are more commonly caused by the negligence of other road users however they can also be as a result of defective road surfaces resulting in a potential claim against the local authority for their failure to maintain the Highway. Rosaleen Jones of RG Jones Solicitors has recently acted and successfully pursued a claim for compensation on behalf of a motorcyclist who skidded on some mud left on the road by a local farmer as a result of which the motorcyclist sustained significant injuries.

read more › Most bicycle or cycle accidents happen due to a lack of observation often at junctions with cars, buses and other vehicles pulling out in front of a cyclist having failed to see them. There are however, many dangers to cyclists, not only from vehicle drivers but also from defects in the road as a result of which you may be entitled to bring a claim against the local authority for their failure to maintain the road surface. Your accident may also have been caused as a result of a faulty bicycle or cycling equipment ie.

read more › Whiplash is described as a range of soft tissue injuries to the neck, shoulders and /or back. Symptoms can appear immediately following the accident or are often not felt for days afterwards. Your GP or Hospital Doctor will diagnose your injury. Injury to the neck and / or back may be crippling and pain appears to be the biggest problem in daily living. As a result it is important to begin rehabilitation immediately to prevent future pain. If adequate treatment and rest is not taken until the injury is fully healed it can grow into a chronic pain.

read more › If you have been involved in a car accident whilst travelling as a passenger in either the fault or non fault vehicle, you are entitled to pursue a claim for Personal Injury, even if you were not wearing your seat belt. As an innocent passenger you can bring a claim for compensation against the driver of the vehicle in which you were travelling, even if they are to blame for the accident, or against the other driver who caused the accident. If you were not wearing your seat belt at the time of the accident a small deduction will be made from your compensation, but it will not prevent you from making a claim.

read more › A large number of drivers in the UK disregard the law and drive without proper insurance cover. In addition, drivers of hit and run accidents are often difficult to trace leaving innocent victims not knowing how to pursue a claim for compensation in respect of their injuries and losses. An organization called the Motor Insurers Bureau (MIB) has been set up to ensure that people who were injured as a result of an accident involving an untraced or uninsured driver can recover compensation. Where a victim has been injured by an uninsured driver the MIB may award compensation, but, it is in the first instance, necessary to establish fault against the uninsured driver.

read more › Under the Road Traffic Act 1988 there is an obligation upon the insurers of the legal owner of a stolen vehicle to meet judgments against the driver of the stolen vehicle. This obligation will extend to the Motor Insurers Bureau ( MIB ) where there is no insurer. If the driver of the stolen vehicle is untraced, the MIB will deal with any claim for compensation and property damage under the Untraced Drivers Agreement Scheme. The MIB will act as the deemed insurer of visiting motorists for the purposes of paying claims.

read more › Snow and icy roads will cause many problems to drivers over the winter months; the number of reported accidents usually rises during this time of year. Ironically, the increase in winter road accidents do not happen because of the roads themselves but rather as a result of the careless driving of those motorists who fail to reduce their speed in accordance with road conditions. Icy road conditions can cause a driver to skid into the rear of another vehicle simply because the driver failed to increase stopping distances during adverse weather conditions.

read more › Drivers owe a high duty of care to pedestrians and if a driver collides with a pedestrian, the driver is likely to be held responsible for at least some if not all of the blame in respect of any injuries sustained by a pedestrian. Rosaleen Jones of RG Jones Solicitors is a specialist Personal Injury solicitor with many years experience in dealing with pedestrian claims from those involving pedestrians who have been struck whilst established on designated pedestrian crossings to those pedestrians who have failed to use a designated crossing yet the court has still held the driver of the offending vehicle partly to blame for the accident.

read more › If your child has been injured as a result of the negligence of the driver of either, the vehicle in which they were travelling or any other vehicle, they may be entitled to pursue a claim for compensation in respect of those injuries. Whether your child's injuries were sustained during the course of travelling to school, nursery, family outing, school trip or at any time whilst they are a passenger in a vehicle, we can offer you, as their parent or guardian, the advice and assistance necessary in order to pursue an accident claim against the negligent driver.

read more › If you have suffered an injury in the last 3 years as a result of slipping on a spillage or substance on a floor at your place of work or in a public building / area you may be entitled to an award of compensation. Your employer has a responsibility to provide a safe working environment which includes preventing slipping accidents. The Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992 provides that every floor in a workplace must not be uneven or slippery so as to cause risk of injury. Section 2 of the Occupiers Liability Act 1957 states that the common duty of care in relation to occupiers is the duty to take such care as in all the circumstances of the case is reasonable to see that the visitor will be reasonably safe in using the premises for the reason which he or she is invited or permitted to be there.

read more › Employers and business owners are legally responsible for the welfare and safety of their employees and any visitors to their premises. Employers are obliged to conform to Health & Safety Regulations, however sometimes no matter what precautions are put in place, accidents at work can still happen. If your employers have failed to meet their responsibilities resulting in an accident at work and you have suffered an injury, you may be entitled to claim compensation, even if you are, by your own actions, partially to blame for the accident.

read more › The Court of Appeal has rejected an insurer's attempt to dismiss an injury claim - despite evidence emerging that the victim had been dishonest. Lord Justice Underhill said the claimant's original. Most private clients would rather go to a traditional local law firm rather than a national brand, according to a major annual market snapshot. A consumer survey of 500 adults carried out for the. Qualified Solicitor, Rosaleen Jones, will handle each claim personally guaranteeing all our clients a consistently high level of service.

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