Broadgate Legal, London Personal Injury Solicitors

Our specialist area of legal expertise is focused around our Accident and Compensation claims but at the same time we also work with a number of Consultants who provide a wide array of legal services from our London offices.


Taking the personal injury world in isolation we act for clients who have been unfortunate enough to have suffered injuries via;


 Accidents caused by Faulty Products

 Accidents at Work

 Accidents Abroad

 Medical Negligence

 Road Traffic Injuries

 Sports Injuries 



If you've had an accident not listed above we will be able to help with your compensation claim and recover monies on your behalf.


Additionally if you are a private client through our consultancy service we can help with;




 Family law

 Criminal matters

 Wills and Probate  


As a modern proactive law firm we recognise the needs of both the legal profession and the wider public and we readily understand that we need to provide an outstanding service.  


Should you wish to discuss any legal matter in greater detail please either call us on 0203 306 1133, email via or complete the form on the right and we'll call you back. 



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As a law firm we are dedicated to the needs of our private and corporate clients. 


At the same time we recognise the needs of the wider legal community and are able to work with consultants across a range of disciplines.


Please call to discuss you legal needs, today.

Longcroft House,
2/8 Victoria Avenue,

0203 206 1133

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Injured teenager awarded 21.6 million

A teenage girl who was left brain damaged at birth after a delayed Caesarean section and dismissed concerns from her mother has been awarded £21.6 million in compensation by an NHS Trust.


Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust admitted that her injuries could have been avoided with proper care at her birth. The girl's legal team, led by birth trauma specialist David Thomas, sued the trust for breaching its duty of care by delaying an emergency C-section, resulting in irreversible damage affecting her for life.

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The ruling was made in the case of Nicola Hinds, a 37-year-old account manager, who faced dismissal after her manager referred to her as "emotional and tearful" and portrayed her as "hormonal" when she raised concerns about her workload. Hinds, who represented herself against her employer, FTSE 250 giant Mitie, successfully claimed pregnancy discrimination and constructive dismissal.

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