Helen Grieves – Your Serious Injury Solicitor

Helen Grieves No Win No Fee Solicitor

Helen Grieves

Solicitor and Principal of Grieves Solicitors

About Helen

Helen Grieves is a leading personal injury Solicitor.   She has taken cases to the Supreme Court and changed the law.  She holds a Diploma in Advanced Litigation from Leeds Metropolitan University.  In addition she holds a Master Degree in Advanced Litigation from Nottingham Trent University. She has 30 years’ experience in dealing with accident compensation claims. Helen specialises in Serious Injury Claims such as

She is a member of the Law Society Personal Injury Panel.

The Law Society Personal Injury Panel is an important kite mark which shows that a firm complies with exceptional standards of quality and expertise, which means that when you choose Grieves Solicitors to handle your case you are choosing a guaranteed level of service and expertise.

Helen Grieves is also a Senior Litigator Member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers. The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers was established in 1990, by a group of lawyers working on behalf of injured people. It is an independent, not-for-profit organisation providing accreditation for lawyers who specialise in personal injury law.

What are clients says about Helen

“I would like to take this opportunity to express my gratitude for all the help and support you and your team have provided over the last two years.  Your professionalism, expertise and diligence has been second to none.  This whole process could have been an extremely stressful situation for me but with your support it has been a relatively simple and straight forward affair.

I could not recommend you highly enough to anyone in a similar situation.

Many, many thanks Adam”

Notable Cases:

Tashan Gabriel v Kirklees Metropolitan Council [2004] EWCA

Occupiers Liability case where Kirklees Council breached its duty of care to a little boy who was injured in the eye whilst walking past a building site

Robinson v Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police [2018] UKSC 4 

In this case against the Police, a pedestrian was knocked to the ground by police officers in Huddersfield Town Centre as they arrested a suspect. The Court of Appeal held that that there was no duty of care owed to Mrs Robinson but on appeal the Supreme Court held that they were negligent and the case of Caparo v Dickman did not apply to all claims in negligence. This was a ground-breaking case and changed the law for negligence claims and meant a change in police procedure. Robinson is considered an unequivocal endorsement of the proposition that public authorities face the same test for common law duty of care as any other entity, rather than enduring higher or more lenient standard

Child Claim: Catastrophic brain injury claim

Claim finalised for £5.5 million.
Needs 24-hour care
In this case the child suffered a very severe injury to their brain in a road traffic accident which resulted in extensive and severe learning disabilities, a spastic tetraparesis, and right-sided hemiparesis.

The injuries were so serious that the child would not work nor be capable of independent living or managing their affairs.

Helen says, “The most important thing for me is to give the client a high level of service and expertise in a friendly local environment. Starting a legal case may be daunting for people but our aim is to be available to give friendly expert advice to our clients when they need it most.”

Apil Accredited Personal Injury Specialist Helen Grieves
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