About Harris Fowler
Harris Fowler was established in 1994 by two young aspiring lawyers and a handful of support staff, they’re aim being to supply outstanding service to clients in the Personal Injury Sector. Specialising in all forms of Personal Injury and clinical negligence work, their dedication to these areas of law means that over the years the practice has acquired the necessary expertise and an excellent reputation for achieving results for our clients.
Since that time the firm has grown to become one of the country’s leading Claimant Personal Injury law firms, enabling us to offer clients a high level of expertise gained over many years of experience in this field. The firm has also been at the forefront of defending the public right in this area, with their leadership of the Consumer Justice Alliance.
At Harris Fowler we understand how an injury can affect our clients’ lives and those of their loved ones. We work very hard to help them onto the road to recovery from the moment they contact us for advice. Our aim is to help our clients to get the right treatment for their specific injury, and ensuring the client has the best chance to secure the level of compensation they deserve to get their lives back on track. Every client will have a personal, dedicated lawyer who will represent them throughout the claim. We always seek to guide the client through the process to make it as easy as possible for them.
We are committed to getting the best possible results for our clients by seeking to maximize their compensation, whilst focusing on progressing their claim as quickly as possible. At Harris Fowler we pride ourselves on putting our clients first by providing a personal professional service, with expert advice from experienced staff.
We have an excellent reputation for achieving the best results for our clients. We have successfully obtained compensation for many thousands of people throughout the UK and have recovered millions of pounds in compensation for our clients. We are Law Society Accredited for Personal Injury and are Regulated by the SRA