Injury Claim Lawyer

Welcome to the website of Boris Kremer

I am a UK injury claim lawyer.

As an injury claim lawyer, many of my cases involve accidents at work

I handle compensation claims for people injured at work, throughout England and Wales.

Normally I run my cases on a “no win no fee” basis.

The majority of my clients are migrant workers, mostly from Eastern Europe.

I work closely with interpreters. So if your understanding of English is limited, then do not worry, as we can probably manage.

If you would like free initial legal advice on your potential personal injury claim, please telephone me.

My number is 0845 021 2222.

Any calls are charged at the local UK rate.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Work Areas

Over the last few years I have dealt with claims arising from the following:

An accident inside a cement kiln in North Kent

In this case, a group of workmen were repairing the lining inside a rotating cement kiln.

As an injury claim lawyer, many of my cases involve accidents at work. The workmen shown here are engaged in construction work at a railway station in London

Without warning, the lining collapsed.

As a result, one Polish man was killed, and three others were injured.

We made a claim firstly against the employer, and secondly against the site owners.

To read more about the claim, please click here…

A back injury suffered by a Polish farm worker near Gloucester

In this case, my client was responsible for a large herd of dairy cows.

During the winter, the cows would eat sileage. To prevent the sileage from rotting and blowing away, it needed to be covered with lorry and tractor tyres.

While moving these heavy tyres, my client suffered a back injury.

To read more about the claim, please click here…

A back injury suffered by a Romanian labourer in London

In this case, my client was helping to lay kerb stones, at a new housing development in West London.

As an injury claim lawyer, many of my cases involve accidents at work. One of my cases involved a Romanian ground worker such as this one, who was laying paving stones at a new housing development in London.

Due to the weight of the kerb stones, a forklift should have been provided.

Instead my client was required to transport the kerb stones in a wheelbarrow. In the process he suffered a back injury.

We made a claim against the employer, which denied all knowledge of the accident.

To read more about the claim, please click here…

A back injury suffered by a Lithuanian workman near Middlesbrough

In this case, my client was helping to install security shutters at a housing estate.

Many of the houses had been vandalised. The shutters were designed to prevent unauthorised people from entering.

From lifting and carrying these extremely heavy security shutters, the result was yet another back injury.

To read more about the claim, please click here…

Pavement trip and fall accident compensation claims

Over the last 20 years, I have handled several dozen compensation claims against local authorities and water companies, following pavement tripping accidents.

The majority of these have been in the Birmingham area, but I have also handled such claims in Portsmouth, Southampton, Weymouth, Reading, Northampton, Gosport, Fareham and Leamington Spa.

Upon being notified of a compensation claim, some local authorities act swiftly to repair the damage, as a result of which the evidence is lost. So it is important to get photographic evidence as soon as possible.

To read more about these types of claim, please click here…

Client Locations

Due to the power of the Internet, the majority of my clients are from outside my local area of South East Hampshire.

As I deal mainly with workplace injury claims, many of my clients live in areas of the UK with significant construction and demolition work, such as Birmingham, Bristol, London, and Southampton.

In England and Wales, we have strict laws concerning workplace health and safety.

However many people would be surprised at how badly migrant workers get treated here.

Very often, British employers place migrant workers in positions of extreme risk, in contravention of the law.

Often migrant workers do not have the correct papers to be working in the UK.

Often they do not understand much English, and so they are unaware of their rights.

However, this does not prevent us from making a claim.

Brief Biography

I qualified as a solicitor on 21 November 1993.

After that, I completed my 2-year training contract at a law firm in Southampton.

I then moved to the Midlands. There I trained as an injury claim lawyer at big legal practices, in Nottingham and Birmingham.

While in Birmingham, I helped to set up the Birmingham Sole Practitioners Group, and I was their representative on Birmingham Law Society Council.

I also dealt with many claims on behalf of Trade Unions, particularly back injury compensation claims.

I returned to Hampshire in Summer 2003.

From 2005 until 2014, I was a committee member and director of Hampshire Incorporated Law Society.

Independent Injury Claim Lawyer

I started my legal practice in July 2000.

At the big law firms where I worked previously, I had a caseload of around 300 files.

These days, I have about 50 files. This means I have more time to give each client my full attention.

At the end of each case, I always ask my client for feedback. This takes the form of a feedback questionnaire.

To see some of my client feedback, please click here…

Legal costs and professional memberships

I run most of my claims on a No Win No Fee basis.

My legal practice is accredited with Lexcel, the Law Society’s quality mark for practice management.

As an injury claim lawyer, I am a member of APIL, the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers.

Client Care

Under the SRA Code of Conduct for Solicitors, RELs and RFLs, 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.

Legal News

Judges in the Supreme Court have ruled that the defendant in Adelekun v Ho could not set off their own legal costs against the claimant’s costs under the “qualified one way costs shifting” scheme. To read more please click here…

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.

Thank you for visiting

Boris Kremer, injury claim lawyer