A road traffic accident is a collision on a road or in a public area involving a vehicle and another vehicle, person, animal or object that causes damage, injury or even death.

Every day, thousands of car accidents will happen in the UK. Some will be minor shunts, others a lot more serious, with drivers and passengers both suffering injuries.

Mendelsons has a dedicated team of lawyers specialising in this area who will guide you every step of the way through your claim. The claim process will be patiently explained in detail to you as your claim progresses.

You will receive unparalleled advice, support and frequent updates on your claim as we do everything we can to get the right result for you. We are dedicated to ensuring that every client receives the appropriate level of care and the maximum compensation they are entitled to as quickly as possible.

Every road accident compensation claim is different; some can be settled quickly while others take longer to conclude.

At Mendelsons, our priority is to quickly establish the facts of your case and work to secure the best medical evidence that will support your claim as efficiently as possible.  

If you have had an accident on the road which was caused by another driver, there is a good chance that you will qualify for compensation, as a driver or passenger.

The circumstances can often be complicated and in some cases, disputed. Therefore, it is vital that you have the support of an experienced team of Road Traffic Accident specialists.

Our service is highly professional, completely confidential and we operate on a no win no fee basis.






Many people have painstakingly saved up for their pension so they will have what to live off in their twilight years. Recently it has come to light that many pension schemes and financial advisers have mis-sold pension investments whether due to negligence  or otherwise. If you have been mis-sold an investment or pension,

call Steven Mendelson today, on 0161 241 1661 email us at sjm@mendelsons.co.uk or complete our online enquiry form and we will call
you. We will then discuss your case with you and explain the next steps for you to take.