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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

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    Library accident claim


    Did you fall over something while at a library and consider a library accident claim? While the answer to this may be no, depending on the seriousness of your injuries it may be a necessity. Were you hurt enough to take time off work? Are you struggling financially as a result of this accident? Should the item that you fell over have been there at all?

    If you feel that negligence was the cause of your accident, then you should be thinking about a personal injury claim and it only takes one phone call for you to obtain the information you need. Accident Advice Helpline has a free 24-hour service for you to call to see if your claim may be potentially successful. Our friendly advisors will discuss the details of your accident with you in order to determine the status of your claim; if your claim is promising, your details will be passed on to one of our expert solicitors.

    Why do I deserve compensation?

    In public buildings such as libraries, health and safety are important. The library staff should be trained in health and safety and they should understand what they can and cannot do in the work place, with the aim of protecting members of the public that use the building. However, sometimes a system breaks down. Perhaps a worker has left a pile of books on the floor in the gardening section, thinking that as nobody has taken out a gardening book in a month that they will not be in the way. Unfortunately, they are in the way, and it is almost guaranteed that as soon as that pile of books is there someone will be trying to get past them. That pile on the floor is an accident waiting to happen, but it should not be there at all.

    If you are the person that has fallen on this pile of books then you may find that you need medical attention, are forced to take time off work to recover, and are losing out financially as a result; all because someone didn’t do their job properly. They may have thought it did not matter, but it does – it matters to you and it matters to us.

    What should I do?

    Call the Accident Advice Helpline to discuss a library accident claim. With personal injury solicitors on hand to take your case, you will find that we can move very quickly to get you the compensation and justice that you deserve. Once you have made a claim against the library, you may be able to find it easier to pay those bills and it can help to take the worry out of your recovery. All of our solicitors work on a no-win, no-fee* basis so there are no initial fees to file a claim. You have absolutely nothing to lose by picking up the phone and calling us to find out more. That one call could really turn things around for you and help to get your life back on track.

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    No-Win No-Fee: *Subject to insurance costs. Fee payable if case not pursued at client's request.