About Us

The UK has one of the safest workplaces in the world.  Nevertheless the injury statistics are still alarming.  According to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) more than 600,000 people are injured in the workplace every year.

Injuries range from the relatively minor to catastrophic injuries and fatalities.  Whatever the severity, being injured is traumatic and can leave people unable to work and meet their outgoings.

Claims for compensation are typically pursued against an employer's insurance company.  The chances of a claim being successful is greatly enhanced if the solicitor has specific experience dealing with work injury claims and insurance companies.

National network of specialist work injury solicitors

The Work Accident Claim Centre (WACC) is a group of work injury experts who help people get compensation for their injuries.  Helping people throughout the UK, our solicitors are all part of the Quittance Personal Injury network and are regulated by the SRA.

If you have suffered an injury at work - call us on 0800 612 4913 now and we will explain your rights and what you can do to seek compensation.

Cycling Injury Legal is regulated by the Claims Management Regulator in respect of claims management activities. Our registration (Authorisation Number: CRM40756) is recorded at http://www.justice.gov.uk/claims-regulation.

The Work Accident Claim Centre is a Claims Management Company (CMC) regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (Ref number: 835858). Registration is recorded on the FCA website https://register.fca.org.uk/. Company No: 08914207. VAT No: 229015134.

Personal injury-related enquiries are handled by our partners at National Accident Helpline.

We charge our solicitors for the marketing and operational services we provide and these costs are not passed on to our customers.

*No Win, No Fee: Under a No Win, No Fee Agreement fees may apply if a claimant refuses to cooperate or abandons their claim after the legal work has started, or if the claim is fraudulent.

Disclaimer: Nothing on this website constitutes legal advice or gives rise to a solicitor/client relationship. Specialist legal advice should be taken in relation to specific circumstances.