When you have been hurt in a building that is or once was a place of worship, you may be seeking abbey injury advice. On average, around three million people in the UK suffer an injury as a result of an accident every year.
This can happen almost anywhere, and in the majority of cases, if the victim has had an accident as a result of somebody else’s actions, the other person is liable. This means victims have every right to make a claim for compensation and be awarded an appropriate sum of money.
A quick call can make all the difference
Often people feel guilty about approaching an injury claims specialist like Accident Advice Helpline, they may wonder whether the other party will suffer, or be unsure of their rights. Please be assured that when you come to us for abbey injury advice one of our helpful advisors will be able to set your mind at rest.
Even if we can establish that your claim is justified, there is no obligation to continue; no pressure will be applied to anyone seeking abbey injury advice and there is no expectation on our part. Accident Advice Helpline relies solely on customers to decide on the next course of action. However, should you wish to proceed with a claim, our expert lawyers will be prepared to stand by you every step of the way.
Our company is an experienced law firm that specialises in personal injury compensation and can provide in-depth abbey injury advice. We are always happy to assist people who are confused about their rights, or feel that pursuing a claim is too complicated. If you were out for the day at an abbey, or you were visiting whilst on holiday, there are many factors could have put you at risk of a fall, sprain, or physical trauma.
The seating may have been inadequate, you could have tripped on a badly positioned rug, or the floor itself might be considerably uneven, causing you to take a painful tumble. These are all issues that should have been dealt with by a responsible person within the abbey. In any building, health and safety concerns should be paramount.
Getting expert abbey injury advice
Similarly, if you were entering the building in a colder month and slipped on a patch of ice, it is reasonable to assume the owners could have prevented the incident. As we all know, untreated ice can take people by surprise, and in the worst cases may even result in broken bones.
Companies and individuals rarely put their staff or visitors at risk of harm on purpose, but everyone makes mistakes from time to time. That is why Accident Advice Helpline exists, to ensure our customers get what they are entitled to and enable them to carry on enjoying life, with minimum fuss.
Just call one of our professional team members on: 0800 689 0500, or: 0333 500 0993 from a mobile, to get started. Alternatively, take our 30-second test to find out whether or not you qualify.