Dedicated, Efficient & Focused. That's what describes the team at Active Legal.
Our professional and friendly approach ensures our customers receive the best service at all times.
With a team of specialist Personal Injury Lawyers we cover the Birmingham area whilst also providing a national claim and compensation service.
As one of Birmingham's leading accident solicitors, we specialise in the dealing with the following accident claims;
Road Traffic Accidents
Slips and Trips in public places
Accidents at Work
Industrial Deafness & Disease
Defective Product injuries
Offering a free initial consultation if you need advice or wish to speak to a member of our team with regards to a claim please do not hesitate to call us on 0121 355 4700.
Our objective is a speedy turnaround to your compensation claim and be helpful and supportive throughout the claims process.
Whilst it may not be the norm in the legal profession we believe you'll need someone who is empathic about your accident and injuries... that you'll also need someone who will guide you through the process without confusing jargon... and we believe that's the Active Legal approach.
Additionally, by virtue of our dynamic approach, we are pleased to be able to offer our private and corporate clients the services of our Employment Law, Litigation and Family teams.
Aren't all Injury Solicitors the same ? No.
We specialise in Injury Claims such as Road Traffic Injuries, Slips & Trips, Industrial Diseases and Deafness claims... Additionally we have vibrant Employment, Family, Probate & Litigation departments.
Think Accident... Think Active Legal !
A Priory hospital has been accused by a father for failing its legal duty to safeguard his son after he "escaped" and was killed by a train.
Staff at the Priory Woodbourne told the father, Richard Caseby, that patients absconded, "all the time for drink, drugs or to meet friends". They added they were confident that his son, Matthew, 23, would return. However, he had jumped the fence when left unsupervised on September 7th, 2020.
After the High Court ruled the force broke the law over its handling of the Sarah Everard vigil, Scotland Yard has warned that policing protests may become more difficult.
The Metropolitan Police was found to have breached the rights of the organisers when it declared the gathering illegal under lockdown rules. Taking place last March, the vigil was planned as a socially distanced gathering on Clapham Common, south London, to honour the 33-year-old woman who had been abducted from the area earlier that month.
57-year-old Robert Hooper became an internet sensation last June when a video of him using the spikes on his telehandler to flip over a £16,000 Vauxhall Corsa went viral on social media. The hill farmer, from Co Durham, said he had been forced to act after he came under attack from a "strutting and agitated" shirtless youth, who had refused to move the car.