Cambridge is a university city and the administrative centre of the ceremonial county of Cambridgeshire, in central England. The city is situated on the course of the River Cam and is approximately 50 miles (80 km) north of London.

Cambridge is probably most famous for being home to Cambridge University, which is one of the most well-respected and famous seats of learning, the world over. As a result, the city is also home to the Cambridge University Press, a publishing company which is owned by the university and which publishes academically important books, journals and research.

All of the above, combined with the attractive gothic architecture and historic traditions of the city probably mean that the issues surrounding compensation claims Cambridge based or otherwise stay far from the minds of residents but that is not necessarily a sensible mind set.

Personal Injury Compensation Claims in Cambridge

It is not necessarily a good thing to dismiss issues surrounding compensation claims for Cambridge residents, as you never can know when you may be in the position of needing to pursue a claim yourself. The kind of incidents which give rise to claims, Cambridge based or otherwise, are by their very nature unexpected and sudden, and therefore it makes sense to fore-arm yourself with the key details of the claims process.

It is very much in keeping with the scholarly nature of the city, therefore, that you should read on to learn about when and why claims can be pursued, how long you have to begin proceedings and who you can trust to proficiently handle your claim.

When And Why Claims Can Be Pursued

According to UK law, it is when an individual has been injured and it was definitively the fault of another that they are entitled to pursue personal injury compensation. This is because the compensation itself exists as recompense for physical, emotional and financial pain suffered through no fault of the victim.

How Long You Have To Begin Claims Proceedings

Unless your claim regards an injury you suffered as a minor or an industrial disease, then the likelihood is that you will have up to three years after the incident in question in which to begin claims proceedings before your entitlement to claim elapses.

Who To Trust With Your Claim

If you want your claim to be handled effectively and proficiently then the only people to trust with its handling are undoubtedly Accident Advice Helpline. They are personal injury solicitors who have over 14 years’ worth of experience in the field, as well as friendly and professional advisers you can call on either 0800 500 0933 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.

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