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We’re proud of the work we do to bring tens of thousands of personal injury cases to a successful conclusion each year, refusing to represent insurance companies and only standing up for the rights of the injured and mistreated. Use the filters below to read the latest news from across Thompsons.

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Personal Injury

Case of the Week: Car Park Slip

Our Case of the Week focuses on our client who slipped over while atte...

Case of the Week: Fall on the Footpath

In this week's 'Case of the Week', we highlight how our personal injur...

Case of the Week: Tripping in the Street

Our client claimed compensation after the local council failed to fix ...

Road Traffic Accidents

Court of Appeal finds against MiB in landmark case for road accident victim injured on private land

Court of Appeal has confirmed a High Court decision to extend compensa...

Case of the Week: Rear End Shunt Trial

Thompsons Solicitors secures compensation for Newcastle Upon Tyne clie...

Case of the Week: Pedestrian Crossing Collision

This week's Case of the Week focuses on our trade union client who suf...

Serious Injury

Thompsons Solicitors joins calls for greater awareness of brain injuries

Thompsons Solicitors is taking part in the first meeting of the West M...

Birmingham children severely burned by faulty fan win seven-year legal battle against Curry’s

Thompsons Solicitors acted for a family whose home caught fire due to ...

Balfour Beatty and London Underground ordered to pay more than £400,000 after employee crushed due to safety failures

We represented our client against Balfour Beatty and the London Underg...

Asbestos Diseases

Family of Birkenhead man appeals for help from Freeman Hardy & Willis employees

The family of a Birkenhead man who died from mesothelioma are appealin...

Lincolnshire family appeal for help following asbestos-related death

The family of a former rigger who died from mesothelioma are urging hi...

Case of the Week: Ceramic Asbestos Exposure

In this week's Case of the Week, we helped our client gain compensatio...

Industrial Diseases

Wolverhampton man compensated after father’s asbestos-related death

Thompsons Solicitors helped Wolverhampton man Peter Hobbs with a compe...

Family of mesothelioma victim donate compensation to local hospice

The family of a Vicar who passed away due to mesothelioma have donated...

Sunderland man appeals for help following his dads mesothelioma death

Thompsons Solicitors is supporting a man in an appeal to former collea...

Medical Negligence

Teaching assistant “lost 13 years of her life” to controversial vaginal mesh implant

Beverly Burrows, a teaching assistant left in substantial pain after h...

Mesh lives matter - Vaginal Mesh Rally on Thursday 9 May 2019

Thompsons Solicitors supports the Sling The Mesh vaginal mesh rally on...

Johnson & Johnson to pay $9.9 million to avoid standing trial over surgical mesh devices in the United States

Johnson & Johnson to pay millions to avoid standing trial over surgica...

Accidents at Work

Case of the Week: Dangerous Machinery

This case of the week looks at an accident at work, where an employer ...

Case of the Week: Supermarket Infection

Our client missed a year of work after they were forced to continue wo...

Case of the Week: Lone Working Can Cause Injury

In this week's Case of the Week our client injured their back at work,...

Case of the Week

Case of the Week: Defective Products

In this week's Case of the Week, we helped a family win compensation a...

Case of the Week: Delivering Justice

In this week's case of the week our solicitors successfully opposed so...

Case of the Week: Not Part of the Job

Thompsons Solicitors managed to secure compensation for a prison offic...

Our Firm News

Former Labour minister and Australian law firm CEO join forces on Thompsons Solicitors’ supervisory board

Thompsons Solicitors has appointed Baroness Dawn Primarolo and Greg Tu...

Thompsons Solicitors publishes Gender Pay Gap Report for 2019

Thompsons Solicitors have published their gender pay gap report figure...

Are electronic bills killing off detailed assessments and can paying parties get their act together?

Julian Caddick, head of costs at Thompsons Solicitors, examines how el...