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Accident At Work / Personal Injury Claims

Have you suffered a personal injury or illness that wasn’t your fault?

Accident At Work / Personal Injury Claims

Have you suffered a personal injury or illness

that wasn’t your fault?

If you have suffered a personal injury or illness that wasn’t your fault, you could be entitled to claim compensation for your loss.

Our specialist legal teams are on hand every step of the way to support and guide you through the compensation process and have an excellent track record in fighting for the best outcome for you and your family.

We assist people in recovering compensation for both physical and psychological injuries and illnesses. These include:


Road Traffic Accidents


Cycle and Motorcycle Accident Claims


Accidents at Work


Accidents in a Public Place


Accidents Abroad


Personal Injury Claims

Personal Injury Claims FAQ

When am I entitled to compensation?

You will be entitled to claim compensation if you have sustained an injury or suffered a loss as the result of someone else’s negligence.

What am I entitled to claim for?

You will be entitled to claim for your physical injuries, pain and suffering.

You will also be entitled to claim for any psychiatric injuries you have suffered, including stress.

Loss of earnings (past, present and future) and damage to any of your property could also be recoverable, as well as any subsequent medical treatment, for example, Physiotherapy.

How much will it cost and do I have to pay any fees?

Initial consultations with our expert solicitors are free.

During our initial consultation we will discuss your potential grounds for making a successful personal injury claim. We will explain the claims procedure and outline potential costs you may incur.

If your claim is successful, you are unlikely to have to pay any legal fees at all as these will be covered by the party at fault or their insurers. They will also be responsible for all associated costs of the incident, as well as compensating you for your loss.

Depending on your financial circumstances, you may also be entitled to Legal Aid. We can advise you on whether you may be eligible and assist with completing the necessary application form.

What are the time limits for making Personal Injury Claims?

There are strict time limits associated with these kinds of cases.

Time limits differ depending on the type of  personal injury claim, therefore we would advise you to seek the advice of our expert solicitors as soon as possible.

Next Steps for a Personal Injury Claim?

If you have suffered a personal injury and need some legal advice as how to move forward, the first step is to contact our expert solicitors at R G Sinclair to arrange a free consultation.

Call us today on 028 9023 1770 or fill in the call back form below.

Alternatively, you can email us directly using the links below which will direct you straight to one of our experienced solicitors.

Need a quick response?

Ask one of our solicitors today.

Meet your Personal Injury Claim Solicitors

Contact us for a quick, no obligation quote, on 028 90231770 or complete the enquiry form and we will call you back. At your free initial consultation our legal team will make everything clear from the costs involved to what to expect along the way. We’ll work to get you the best possible result and promise to keep you up-to-date at every stage.

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Robert Sinclair LL.B

Managing Director

Robert Sinclair was educated at Queen’s University Belfast and after graduating, he completed his apprenticeship at L’Estrange and Brett.

Robert took the decision to set up his own practice and founded Robert G Sinclair & Co in 1983. Robert has acted for leading corporate and commercial clients and is well known in this field of work. He has acted in many high profile cases in these areas including tax cases, VAT cases, fraud cases and restructuring of major companies. Robert has acted for many major banks who have set up in Northern Ireland. He has drafted much of the security documentation used by major lenders and continues to review these. At present Robert is involved in re-drafting security documentation for major lender clients to comply with Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) requirements specifically related to Northern Ireland.

Robert has been involved in advising companies and lenders involved in administrations, receiverships and liquidations and schemes of arrangement. Robert holds practising certificates in Northern Ireland, England & Wales and the Republic of Ireland and carries out transactions in all jurisdictions. Day to day, Robert’s primary role is in relation to the strategy of the firm and cementing relationships with key existing clients and developing relationships with new clients. Further, Robert’s role involves cultivating and maintaining relationships with English and Irish solicitors and accountants who lead their fields within areas in which our firm operates.

In the office, Robert runs a specialist caseload involving banking, insurance and property related matters at all levels.

Robert has been appointed to the advisory board of several leading companies by the government. He has also been appointed by the Northern Ireland Department of Education as a governor of Our Lady of St Patrick’s Grammar School, Knock. He is a trustee of several leading Northern Ireland Companies as well as a non-executive Director.

Robert is well known in national hunt horse racing circles. He has owned a number of Cheltenham festival winners and winners of national hunt races in Ireland. He is a keen runner having completed events such as the New York Marathon and is a member of several golf clubs including the K-Club, Helen’s Bay where he has been Captain, Clandeboye, Aloha (Marbella) and Dunham Forest (Cheshire). As Managing Partner in the firm for over 20 years he oversees each specialist department.

With his vast commercial and legal experience and as a Queen’s Law Graduate, Robert was delighted to be appointed to the Queen’s University Foundation Board where he helps advance the strategic goals and objectives of the University. He was actively involved in the second fund raising campaign for the University and has been appointed to the committee of Health Sciences as led by Professor Paddy Johnston (Professor Johnston is now vice-chancellor of Queens University). Professor Johnston spearheaded the centre for Cancer Research and Cell Biology which was supported by the Queen’s Foundation Board.
Robert is also a member of the Marie Curie Development Board for Northern Ireland which, among other duties works to promote the development of the Marie Curie Hospice in Belfast. Robert has run charity events for cancer research and raised substantial sums for charity.

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