If you’ve suffered personal injury through no fault of your own whilst working, driving or when on somebody else’s property, you may be entitled to compensation.
Our team has over 70 years’ of collective experience in dealing with such matters and pursing claims for both minor and significant injuries, ranging from bone fractures, to brain injuries, to hearing loss.
We have six members of the team who may work on your matter. Regardless of who undertakes the work, they will be supervised by either Philip Evans or David Evans, both of whom are directors of the firm.
Michael Spees – Associate Chartered Legal Executive. Michael joined the firm in 2020. He brings a wealth of knowledge and specialises in all aspects of Personal Injury.
Dafydd Parsons – Solicitor. Dafydd joined the firm in 2020 and having completed his training contract, continues to undertake work in the litigation department. Dafydd is a fluent welsh speaker.
Adam Edwards – Solicitor. Adam joined the firm in 2020 and qualified as a solicitor in September 2023, having completed his Solicitors Qualifying Exams.
Gruffydd Evans – Paralegal. Gruffydd joined the firm in 2023 and provides support and assistance to the growing litigation team.
In most instances, we are prepared to enter into a Conditional Fee Agreement (CFA) (“no-win no-fee”) with you.
Under such an agreement, in simple terms; if you do not succeed in your claim, you will not be liable to this firm for its fees.
Where we are successful in your claim, we shall seek to recover our costs from the opposing party and we will deduct a “success fee” (agreed with you when you enter into the CFA), from any compensation you receive.
Certain types of claims are subject to a fixed costs regime (our costs cannot be recovered in full). For such claims, we shall not seek to recover from you, any difference between the costs we have incurred and what we recover from the opposing party. Any shortfall in our costs, are in part, accounted for by the success fee.
Before we enter into an CFA, we will consider if this is suitable for you and your claim, and you should check if you have the benefit of before the event (“BTE”) insurance or legal expenses insurance (“LEI”) to fund your claim.
If you are without BTE insurance or LEI and you enter into our CFA, it is likely we will recommend you take out an after the event (“ATE”) insurance policy, that protects you from having to pay the opposing party’s costs, if your claim is unsuccessful, or any disbursements in pursuing your claim (e.g. medical report). Where you do wish to take out an ATE insurance policy, we will recommend a provider, whose premium will likely be contingent and deferred (it is only payable if and when you are successful).
In the rare event that we pursue a personal injury claim, where we have not entered into a CFA, our fees will vary depending on the experience of the lawyer responsible for your claim, but will be set out and agreed with you in advance of any work being undertaken.