No win, no fee Manchester Arena bombing compensation claims
Our Manchester Arena bombing claims legal team provides its expertise and dedication at no cost to clients, as cases are covered by no win no fee arrangements, with a guarantee of no damages deductions from successful settlements.
Representing more than 150 injured survivors
Hudgell Solicitors represents more than 150 injured survivors of the Manchester Arena bombing in 2017, and also represents the families of Sorrell Leczkowski, 14, and Philip Tron, 32, who were killed in the attack.
Clients have been supported through a Public Inquiry, through access to initial dedicated rehabilitation services and much-needed financial assistance, and in the preparation of civil claims. Clients have provided the following testimonials for the work of the Hudgell Solicitors team.
Mother of Philip Tron, 32 who died in the attack
The legal team at Hudgell Solicitors have become more like a family to us, as they have been there for our family every step of the way. Terry Wilcox and James Camidge have supported us throughout the Public Inquiry, and have looked after us with care and consideration at all times.”
“They have at times protected me when they have known that difficult evidence was to be heard, and helped me cope through some truly horrifying days.”
“They have not just been there for us, they have been there for others too. I can’t speak highly enough of how they work. They truly care about the truth, and about looking out for those they represent.
As survivors we were told by the police that we were mistaken by what we remembered from what had happened, and how people were left without help. I was getting really frustrated with that and it was only when we met Terry Wilcox at Hudgell Solicitors that we found somebody who wanted to listen to us and wanted to get to the truth. He cared about what we had to say.
“We didn’t have a voice until Terry and Hudgells listened. They want to get to the truth.”
“The people who died in that venue, and never had the help they required, have not been able to speak. Those of us there have wanted to speak for them. We know what happened.
The team at Hudgell Solicitors have been so supportive and have talked me through the process, explaining how compensation can cover my future needs and losses. It makes you realise this will impact on you for the rest of your life, no matter how you feel you have moved on.
“I’ve had to accept that I’ll never be the same person again. I can’t be. I don’t think anyone affected can be. If I feel ok, then that’s good enough.
“The physiotherapy support has been brilliant. I have tinnitus and I’ve struggled with my balance ever since the attack. I couldn’t balance on one leg at all but now I can balance for around 20 seconds. It has made my overall balance much better, and that has a big impact on how I feel.
I’d initially paid for therapy sessions privately as I was so far down the waiting list and I simply couldn’t wait any longer. Then Hudgells arranged for more, for which the cost was covered, which was amazing as I still needed so much help, but couldn’t afford it.
“It has helped me with adopting coping techniques to overcome triggers, which can happen every day from something as simple as an ambulance siren or a car backfiring.
I also visited the memorial to lay flowers, which was hugely significant. Being able to work again has been a very positive step too. The support has been fantastic.
It was a fight for us survivors to be given a voice. Hudgells were the people who were prepared to listen to us as humans. There are times when you just need to be able to speak to people who will listen to you, and take time to understand you. Hudgells did that and we are all grateful for their support.”
“We were made to feel like we mattered, and that we were understood. We were able to speak openly with Hudgells.”
“Although we weren’t Core Participants at the Inquiry, we were able to give evidence as witnesses. We hope that families of those who lost loved ones have seen that we have been able to contribute positively to the inquiry and in finding answers.
Manchester Arena news
Manchester Arena bombing survivor Sarah Nellist says it took three years for her to be able start looking forward in life – and only after she’d accepted she would never be the same person again. To this day, more than five years on, she still struggles to sleep, endures regular night terrors, avoids large crowds […]
‘Survivors are forever haunted by seeing lives lost and being left alone for so long – lessons must be learned over security and rescue planning’
Survivor Ruth Murrell says life for her family has been ‘forever changed’ after being involved in the Manchester Arena bombing in 2017. Ruth and her daughter Emily, who was 12 at the time, were both badly injured in the attack, spending weeks in hospital afterwards and needing to undergo numerous operations to remove shrapnel from […]
Manchester Arena Inquiry statement: Time has come to hold organisations to account over shocking failings
Hudgell Solicitors represents the families of Sorrell Leczkowski, 14, and Philip Tron, 32, who were killed, and also more than 150 injured survivors of the 2017 Manchester Arena Bombing. Following today’s publication of the second volume of findings at the Manchester Arena Inquiry, by Chairman Sir John Saunders, Solicitor Neil Hudgell, of Hudgell Solicitors, said: “This […]
A woman who was amongst those stood closest to the Manchester Arena bomber when he detonated the device says she was left feeling ‘abandoned and left to die’ as ‘an eternity’ passed without emergency services coming to their aid. Janet Senior, of West Yorkshire, had been waiting in the foyer at the end of the […]
Former counter terrorism officer caught in Manchester Arena bombing says there was ‘failure on every level’ to ‘protect, plan and rescue’
As a long serving police and counter terrorism officer, Andrea Bradbury was better equipped than most to cope in the horror of being at the centre of a terrorist bombing attack. Yet more than five years since the events at Manchester Arena in May 2017, she says the painful memories linked to that day will […]
Solicitor Neil Hudgell said: “A number of our clients, including Martin Hibbert, have instructed us to issue proceedings against a named individual for defamation and harassment, including a claim in damages as well as for restraining injunctions. “These relate to outlandish claims following the Manchester Arena atrocity that our clients are not genuine and did […]
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