Thompsons Solicitors proud to be accredited by Unite Legal Services18 April 2016
Thompsons Solicitors has worked with Unite and its predecessor unions for decades and supports Unite Legal Services
Unite Legal Services maintains stringent standards of professional excellence and only accredits firms of solicitors capable of consistently delivering the highest quality of specialist service.
To be accredited by Unite Legal Services, a law firm must demonstrate specialist expertise and commitment to Unite the union and trade union principles. Unite Legal Services audits accredited firms to assess performance.
Thompsons Solicitors has worked with Unite and its predecessor unions for decades and supports Unite Legal Service to deliver expert legal advice for:
- Personal injury – at or away from work, on holiday or on the roads
- Serious injury – including brain injuries, spinal cord injuries and amputations
- Asbestos disease and other industrial illness
- Employment law
In 2015, with the support of Thompsons Solicitors, Unite Legal Services secured £44 million in compensation for members and their families who suffered injury or illness through accidents or work related disease. Unite Legal Service guarantees members keep 100% of their compensation.
Ian McFall of Thompsons Solicitors, said: “We have fought for the rights of injured and mistreated workers for almost a century. We remain committed to the trade union movement and proud to represent union members and their families.
“We are proud of our valued relationship with Unite Legal Services in delivering specialist legal advice and representation of the highest professional standard."
Need compensation to get you back on track after an injury? Trust Thompsons with your personal injury claim.
If you’ve been injured and would like advice on whether you have a case for personal injury compensation, contact our solicitors today.
Our commitment to acting only for the injured is written into our partnership deed. We are among the UK’s only claimant-only law firms, which means that we will represent the injured or mistreated person and refuse to act for employers or insurance companies. We know whose side we are on, and we are committed to securing a better deal for you.
Contact our friendly team of experts today for a free, no obligation assessment of whether you have a case. If you do, we’ll work with you to build a solid case for compensation that takes into account all of the ways you’ve been affected by your injury.
If you’d like more detailed information about how to start a claim before you call, visit our How to Make a Compensation Claim page.