Personal Injury Lawyers Supporting Low Income Families

Our ethos is simple. We believe that all families in the Mid West should be able to have effective and professional legal representation in order to enable the personal injury and accident claims process. Far too many families are denied personal injury compensation because they cannot afford a lawyer.

The DFT Association is made up of personal injury lawyers and friends of David Fenton-Trent who work on a voluntary basis to help low income families. If you have been injured in an accident where negligence of a third party or person caused your injuries, but cannot afford to employ an attorney, then contact us.

How We Can Help You and Your Family

How we work is also simple, and you can read more about that here. In simple terms we have a group of 5 personal injury lawyers based in the Mid West who dedicate one day a month to the DFT Association program.  That means they can usually help one or two families or people a month make a personal injury claim.

Our volunteers handle the administrative side of things, and in most cases will be the first person that you will talk to when you contact us.

The types of people our personal injury lawyers can help with include:

  • Families on welfare payments
  • Those claiming income support from their county
  • Those who have been supplied food stamps in the last 12 months

If you are still unsure about whether the DFT Association can help you then all you need to do is make one phone call or send us an email and we can tell you where you stand. Our personal injury lawyers are all very friendly and are fully committed to the local area with many charity initiatives in place currently.


Please note that in some, but not all cases, your personal injury lawyer could take a commission from the personal injury compensation - but only when this doesn't affect your final payment so you are not affected. This is a special type of no win o fee system commonly used with personal injury and accident claims lawyers. Please ask for details when talking to a volunteer.