Association of Personal Injury Lawyers
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Human rights

The UK Human Rights Act 1998 sets out rights and freedoms, such as the right to a fair trial, the right not to be tortured, the right to privacy and the right to not be discriminated against on grounds of sex, race, colour, language, religion or your political views. All public bodies (such as courts, the police, local governments and hospitals) must comply with your rights under the Human Rights Act.

In general the time limit for bringing a personal injury claim is three years. However, human rights claims should be issued in the court within one year. In some cases a claim is possible outside the time-limit, but generally speaking the sooner you seek legal advice, the better. Only specialist accredited human rights lawyers are listed on this page.

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Dino is an Associate Solicitor in the Abuse department at Bolt Burdon Kemp and has been with the firm since 2012. Dino specialises in actions for child abuse survivors and has recognised expertise in the following: Abuse in football and a number... Read more
Distance: 59 miles
Personal injury legal practice
Distance: 60 miles
Personal injury legal practice
Personal injury - Senior Litigator
  I am Head of Osbornes Medical Negligence & Child Abuse Department I handle a mix of medical negligence work and personal injury claims, with a particular interest in birth injuries, head injuries, complex medical claims, fatal accident... Read more
Distance: 59 miles
Mr Paul Balen of FREETHS LLP in Nottingham
Clinical negligence lawyer
Personal injury legal practice
Personal injury - Senior Fellow
Paul graduated with a first in law at Peterhouse, Cambridge.  He qualified as a solicitor in 1977 and became a partner in what is now Freeths in 1980. He is now a Consultant. A Past President of both the Nottinghamshire Law and the... Read more
Distance: 50 miles