Specialists in Personal Injury & Medical Negligence


About Essex Personal Injury Lawyers

Essex Personal Injury Lawyers (EPIL) represents the dedicated personal injury team of Essex based law firm, Jefferies Essex LLP.

With over 25 years’ combined experience in pursuing compensation on behalf of clients EPIL are well versed in pursuing all manner of personal injury claims ranging from simple road traffic accidents to complex medical malpractice claims. Utilising their specialist knowledge, EPIL can help support you through every stage of your claim catering their advice to your individual needs.

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Clinical Negligence case: Spinal surgery mistake

Jefferies Essex LLP acted for a client who underwent spinal surgery which resulted in injury.

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Accidents in the workplace claims: Answering your questions

Been involved in a workplace accident but not sure if you're entitled to make a claim? We know that the law surrounding accidents at work can be complex, which is why we have put together our answers for the most frequently asked questions, so we can make the claims process as simple as possible.

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All about the Personal Injury Online Claims Portal

Since 2013, all low value Personal Injury claims (between £1,000 - £25,000) are dealt with using an online portal. This includes claims for Road Traffic Accidents (RTA), Employers Liability and Public Liability. This scheme is designed to speed up and simplify the process for low value claims, with Solicitors then receiving fixed costs at the conclusion of each stage, ensuring transparency between the Solicitor and Client.

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Degloving in the lay by: Road Traffic Accident claim case study

We have successfully secured compensation for a client who was involved in an unusual road traffic accident.

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Claim for damages following negligently performed hip revision

Jefferies Essex LLP recently represented a Southend resident in a medical negligence case against a local trust.

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Damages for distress caused by incorrect medical records

There is a clear obligation upon Health Professionals to keep clear, correct and legible records which report relevant clinical findings, the decisions made, the information given to patients and then any investigation or treatment recommended.  It is, however, unfortunately the case that sometimes medical records do not reflect accurately the discussions that took place or are completely wrong.

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