There may come a time when you need Neighbourhood Watch injury advice, but if you get to that point who do you turn to? Your best option is Accident Advice Helpline. We are experts in personal injury cases and are a long-established law firm with a strong reputation for results. Our team consists of trained advisers and experienced personal injury solicitors and we aim to ensure that all of our clients feel as though they are in safe hands all the time.
How can you help me?
First of all, we can provide you with someone to talk to about what has happened. You can call our free 24-hour helpline to give the details of your accident and injury and one of our advisers will take all the details. They will be able to see almost instantly if we can help you to make a personal injury claim. You will need to make sure that we have all the information that we need on your case, and then we can ensure that you are in the hands of one of our experienced solicitors. We will be able to keep you informed all the time so that you are aware of progress.
We are also aware that the cost of taking legal action may put many people off from making a claim. You cannot get legal aid for this type of case any more but that does not mean that you are in some kind of wilderness if you are suffering from a lack of funds. No win, no fee is the perfect solution and Accident Advice Helpline can offer you this. Why should you have to pay out money to start a claim if there is a chance that you may not win? We believe that not only is no win, no fee reassuring for our customers, it also offers them peace of mind that they can get their claim moving fairly quickly.
What injuries can I claim for?
You can claim for all manner of injuries if the accident was the fault of a third person. Neighbourhood Watch work means that you could be anywhere in the neighbourhood and suffer a fall because of an uneven pavement or poorly lit street. The responsibility for this would rest with the local council, so it is their liability insurance that would be claimed against.
You may think that a fall is not a major injury and it is not worth claiming for, but there is the possibility that you could be off work for a few weeks while you recover. Your employer is unlikely to keep you on full pay for that time so you may struggle financially and want to make a claim for loss of earnings and other expenses that have arisen because of your injury. Neighbourhood Watch injury advice from Accident Advice Helpline will explain to you what can be included as part of your case, and we strive to ensure that you are not left out of pocket as a result of what has happened.
Date Published: October 30, 2014
Author: David Brown