Do you have a spinal injury compensation claim?

If you have recently been involved in an accident and have sustained a spinal cord injury, it can be difficult for you to tell if you have a valid claim for compensation.

Aspire Law can help support you with your claim. Our dedicated team of solicitors all have great expertise in dealing with spinal cord injury compensation claims and we have the skill, experience and understanding to obtain the most successful outcome for you.

How the compensation claim system works

The compensation system requires the injured person to establish fault or partial fault by someone else in order to be entitled to compensation. Once we have had an initial discussion, our solicitors will visit you at home or in the hospital. We will take the time to listen carefully to what has happened to you and will begin to put together the facts and evidence required in order to prove that your accident was caused by someone else.

At this stage, we will do all the work for you. All you have to do is tell your story.

Once we have gathered the appropriate evidence to prove your case, we will contact the relevant party’s liability insurers to begin talking about interim compensation payments. This enables us to make sure that your immediate financial concerns are being dealt with and helps us to plan and put the very best care, rehabilitation and support networks in place.

If you have recently sustained a spinal cord injury, it’s vital to contact a reputable law firm and explain what has happened to you. Aspire Law will not charge you for any initial discussions or meetings and you can change your mind if you wish.

We will support you – with or without a claim

It may be that you do not have the grounds for a claim for a number of reasons. There are still many ways that Aspire Law can help you to make sure you get the support that you are entitled to from the local authority, your insurance company, your employer and even the NHS. We can be a supportive friend and ally for you and your family after a spinal cord injury, regardless of the circumstances.

Contact us

For a free and no-obligation discussion, please contact a member of our team on 0800 030 20 40 or email us at