Welcome to the website of Boris Kremer.
I am a UK personal injury lawyer, handling compensation claims for clients throughout England and Wales.
If you would like free initial legal advice on your potential personal injury claim, please either:
- Telephone me on 0845 021 2222. Your call will be charged at the local UK rate, or
- Click the “Free Legal Assessment” box on the right, and then fill in the form.
Since qualifying as a solicitor in November 1993, I have dealt with most types of personal injury claim.
Some of my recent cases and clients have included the following:
- A fatal accident at a cement factory near London
- An accident on a package holiday in Turkey
- A production line worker who developed a cumulative back injury at a factory in Birmingham
- Psychological and burn injuries caused by an electric shock at work
- Pothole accident claims for cyclists in London, who became injured after their bicycle wheels went down a pothole in the road
- Several construction site accidents in London
- A pavement tripping claim in Leamington Spa
- An industrial injury in Wales, involving a severed index finger
- A back injury claim for an excavator driver in Bristol, who fell at work
- A Romanian in London, with a hand injury from his work on a building site
- Several council compensation claims in Birmingham
- RSI compensation claims for clients with De Quervains tendonitis, epicondylitis and carpal tunnel syndrome
Due to the power of the Internet, the majority of my clients are from outside my local area of South East Hampshire.
I am assisting several Polish and Romanian workers, injured in London. Most people would be surprised at the bad working conditions faced by many Poles and Romanians in London and the UK generally, despite the extensive health and safety legislation.
I aim to meet most of my clients personally. However on occasions this is not possible. If so then I will decline instructions and suggest that the new caller engages an injury claim lawyer in their locality instead.
After completing my Articles (or 2-year legal training contract) at a law firm in Southampton, I was admitted to the roll of solicitors on 21 November 1993.
I then moved to the Midlands and trained as a specialist personal injury lawyer at big legal practices in Nottingham and Birmingham. There I dealt with many claims on behalf of Trade Unions, particularly back injury compensation claims. I returned to Hampshire in Summer 2003.
I am a past vice-chairman of Birmingham Sole Practitioners Group and was a council member of Hampshire Incorporated Law Society from 2005 until 2014.
My office is near Fareham, Hampshire, being between Portsmouth and Southampton.
I set up as an independent personal injury solicitor in July 2000.
In contrast to the large law firms where I worked previously, I now run a comparatively small caseload. This means that I aim to give each client my full, personal attention.
At the end of each case, I always ask my client for feedback. This takes the form of a feedback questionnaire.
To see my most recent client feedback from 2015, please click here…
Legal costs and professional memberships
I run most of my claims on a No Win No Fee basis, using the Law Society’s standard model conditional fee agreement.
My legal practice is accredited with Lexcel, the Law Society’s quality mark for practice management.
I am a member of APIL, the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers.
I am currently acting for several clients from Moldova, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Portugal and Slovakia, who were injured at work in the UK.
Accidente la locul de muncă prawnik odszkodowania wypadkow polski serwis prawniczy Londyn & UK urazovy kompenzacny pravnik avocat pentru romanii din Londra şi nu numai advogado especializado em acidentes de trabalho polski prawnik londyn wypadek w pracy lietuvis advokatas londone.
Invariably the dirty and dangerous jobs in the UK are given to migrant workers. Many of them do not have the correct papers to work here legally, and so they are often reluctant to assert their rights at work.
Under the Solicitors Code of Conduct 2007 (as amended on 6 October 2010), solicitors must now make available their policies for complaints, professional indemnity insurance, equality and diversity and data protection. To read more please click here…
A full copy of our terms and conditions is available on request and sent out to all new clients at the start of their case.
Authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority, registration number: 444998.
Kremers is the trading style of Kremers Solicitors Limited, registered in England number 5501738.