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At Hubbard Pegman & Whitney, LLP, we are familiar with the risk of injury that prison officers face on a daily basis. Prison officers work hard each day to protect the safety of inmates and their fellow officers.
As specialised Solicitors serving work injury clients throughout the London region, we have particular experience representing injured prison officers.
Our Claim Solicitors pursue compensation for clients injured as a result of breaking up inmate fights, controlling prison riots, restraining inmates, physical assault or attack by inmates, negligence on the part of the prison service and other workplace injuries common to any occupation.
It is critical to consult with a work injury lawyer as soon as possible about personal injury. There are options, which we help our clients explore, including:
- Workers’ compensation benefits
- Disability benefits
- Early retirement benefits
Our Solicitors at Hubbard Pegman & Whitney, LLP, in Hammersmith, help to evaluate best options for full compensation with expert analysis. Contact us online, or ring 0208 735 9770 to arrange a free initial assessment. We take the majority of our cases on a No Win, No Fee basis.
Experienced and Specialised Representation for Maximum Injury Compensation
The lawyers at HPW LLP provide a reliable service which you can trust, backed by more than 40 years of combined legal experience. We are sensitive to the unique issues affecting each of our clients, and we provide personalised a service to achieve the best possible outcomes for our clients.
Our Solicitors protect the specific interests of our clients in a variety of prison guard work injury claims, including:
- Injuries caused by inmates
- Slips and trips
- Back injuries, including spinal injuries
- Head injuries
- Orthopaedic injuries, including knee, shoulder, foot, ankle, hand and other ligaments, joint or bone injuries such as fractures, tears and sprains
- Face injury
- Other common workplace injuries
Serious injury can debilitate and put prison officers out of a job. We understand what is at stake, and we work tirelessly to recover medical costs, legal costs, lost wages and long-term care costs. We insist on maximum compensation for treatment and vocational rehabilitation to get our clients back to work as soon as possible.
Contact West London Injured Prison Officers Solicitors
During the initial assessment, we will discuss the various funding options with you, including:
- “No Win, No Fee” Conditional Fee Agreement (CFA)
- Legal Expenses Insurance
- Private Funding, in some cases