At Hutton's, we act for claimants in cases arising out of road accidents, accidents at work or in the home, injuries caused by defective products, and in Industrial Disease and Clinical Negligence cases. We have been awarded a Legal Aid franchise in Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence - a hallmark of the quality of the work done in this field. We have wide contacts with outside agencies and where appropriate we can liaise with Social Services, support groups and other bodies to ensure you get all the help you need.
Sometimes clients are traumatised by their injuries. Occasionally, injuries can be particularly serious or have long-lasting effects and it is essential that our clients receive the right advice to ensure financial security for their future. At Hutton's we understand this and from the outset do our utmost to build up a relationship of confidence and trust. We aim to ensure that clients are properly informed, that they understand the choices open to them and that we provide support at every stage of the legal process. We act exclusively for claimants in Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence cases, and we have the knowledge and experience to achieve the best results for our clients.
In the last seven years, we have recovered several million pounds in compensation for our clients. This has enabled them to plan for the future and to secure an immediate improvement in the quality of their lives.
Who are we?
We have a team of dedicated Personal Injury lawyers. Our highly experienced solicitors in this area include:
"…outstanding solicitor in his field in the region."
(The Legal 500 Clients Guide to the UK Legal Profession)
Tim is a member of the Solicitors Regulation Authority's Clinical Negligence Panel. He is also an AVMA Clinical Negligence Panel member and a member of the Solicitors Commission Funding Review Committee. He has specialised in Clinical Negligence and Personal Injury litigation since qualifying in 1987.
Winifred Wilson Williams
Winifred is an extremely experienced Personal Injury litigator. She is a member of APIL (Association of Personal Injury Lawyers) and has appeared as an advocate in the Coroner’s Court. She also sits as a Deputy District Judge in the County Court from time to time.
In most cases, we offer a free initial meeting to discuss your case. At that meeting, we will be able to advise you about the best way to fund your case, which might include:
- Legal Expenses Insurance (“LEI”)
- Fixed fees
- Monthly payments
- Contingency/Conditional Fee Agreements (“CFAs”)
- Public funding (“Legal Aid”)*
*Please note that significant changes to the law which affect the availability of Legal Aid will take effect on 1st April 2013. Therefore, we strongly suggest that you contact us as soon as possible to discuss your case, so that any application for public funding can be made at the earliest opportunity.
Please contact Tim Musgrave
to discuss your case and find out how we can help.