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Accident Types

Injured at work?

Your employers have a duty to provide a safe workplace and equipment

Injury Types

Injured at work?

Your employers have a duty to provide a safe workplace and equipment

Car Accident Caused by Family Member or Friend Compensation Claim

Compensation Claim for a road traffic accident caused by a family membe...

 Welcome to Johnson Law – Personal Injury & Accident Solicitors

  Johnson Law Solicitors, with offices in Bolton and Wigan, is very much an injury law firm for the People.  We already have an outstanding reputation for providing all clients immediate access to justice for their accident claims and compensation.  Our aims are to:  

  • Make the personal injury claims process as pain free for you as possible
  • Secure the maximum personal injury compensation amount for you and update you regularly on the progression of your personal injury claim

Our main areas of specialism are:

  • Workplace accidents / accident at work
  • Road traffic accidents / car accident claims
  • Industrial disease claims compensation
  • Armed forces claims such as PTSD
  • Serious and fatal injury claims
  • Slips, trips, falls or injuries in public place

Why Should I Instruct Johnson Law Personal Injury Solicitors?

  • Our friendly personal injury lawyers will advise you immediately about the chances of success
  • We offer a no win, no fee service
  • Our personal injury lawyers are based in Bolton, Bury and Wigan but have nationwide coverage
  • Free home visits no matter where you are in England & WalesServing the following areas and more

  

Case Studies

Visit to the Works’ bathroom results in damages of £10350

Visit to the Works’ bathroom results in damages of £10350


The circumstances of the accident are that the Claimant went to the toilet whilst at work. She had used the toilet and washed her hands at the sink and as she turned round to dry her hands her left fo...

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