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    Accident in Wolverhampton?


    Accident in Wolverhampton?

    Wolverhampton is a metropolitan borough and city in the West Midlands. Once little more than a market town, it is now a thriving community with a major service sector and engineering based/aerospace industries. Considering the type and size of these industries, it is of no surprise to see that Wolverhampton workers occasionally get injured in accidents at work

    Road traffic accidents in Wolverhampton

    Sprawling over an area covering approximately 26.81 square miles (69.44 square km), it is divided into 52 localities/urban districts, connected and criss-crossed by a dense maze of urban and major roads. Constantly filled with traffic, these roads are often the scene of road accidents, some of which can be serious.

    Slips, trips and falls in Wolverhampton

    Home to two major shopping areas, the Mander Centre and the Wulfrun Centre, Wolverhampton also features an array of independent local shops and well known chain stores. In addition, the city is home to several noteworthy places of interest, including:

    • The Grand Theatre.
    • The Arena Theatre.
    • Light House Media Centre.
    • Wolverhampton Art Gallery.
    • Bantock House & Park.
    • Bilston Craft Gallery.
    • Eagle Works Studios & Gallery.
    • Wightwick Manor.
    • Moseley Old Hall.
    • Boulton Paul Association Museum.
    • RAF Fire Service Museum.

    Then, of course, there are many cafés, restaurants, pubs, clubs and bars, as well as a selection of libraries, including Wolverhampton Central Library and a total of 14 branch libraries. With so many places to visit and shop, eat or drink at, it is no wonder that once in a while, locals or visitors to Wolverhampton are injured by slipping, tripping or falling.

    Personal injury compensation

    With the best will in the world, and in spite of responsible individuals, organisations and authorities doing their best to prevent accidental injuries to workers, visitors and customers, accidents can and will happen in a large city like Wolverhampton. If you were injured by an accident in Wolverhampton that was not your fault, you may be able to claim for compensation.

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    Claiming for compensation

    The advisers of Accident Advice Helpline are available via free phone number 24 hours a day, every day of the year. Backed by over 15 years of experience and specialist lawyers, this law firm handles compensation claims of all types on a no win no fee basis. Call us today on 0800 689 0500 to start your personal injury claim process.

    Date Published: February 19, 2014

    Author: David Brown

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