Have you been in an accident?

If you’ve been injured as a result of someone else’s fault, we at Willsons Solicitors can help on a no win no fee basis.

When should I see a Solicitor?

As soon as you believe that you may have a personal injury claim, you should contact us as soon as possible. However in general, you have 3 years from the date of the accident to start legal proceedings to claim compensation.

If you have suffered a personal injury and wish to claim compensation – please contact us to discuss your claim. Contact us today to be assessed for our “NO WIN NO FEE” claim process.

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Meet The Personal Injury Team

Lorraine Walker

Lorraine Walker

Solicitor

Email: Lorraine
Tel: 024 7638 7821

About Lorraine

Law is Lorraine's second career. She joined Willsons as a legal executive in November 2011 after completing her law degree and LPC at the University of Central England in Birmingham where she studied on a part-time basis whilst working full-time in a secondary school.

She qualified as a solicitor with us on 1 September 2017 and works in our litigation department which covers a range of practice areas, some of which you can read about elsewhere on our website.

Lorraine takes pride in helping her clients achieve a successful outcome, whether that be a damages award, a debt repaid or extraction from an untenable situation.

Outside of work, Lorraine enjoys travelling and hoped to return to some of her other hobbies (sewing, reading and trying to get fit!) now that she is qualified.