Are you seeking roller skating accident advice? Slips, trips and falls are among the most common types of personal injuries in the UK. Accident Advice Helpline exists to help people like you. If your injury happened in the last three years and was caused by somebody else, you may well be entitled to some form of personal compensation.
Can I claim for compensation even though I was on my own at the time?
You can claim for compensation for your accident as long as it can be proven that it was caused, even if indirectly, by somebody else. If you were roller skating and your slip, trip or fall was caused by uneven paving stones, a pothole or dangerous road barriers, you are potentially in line for compensation. Call our 24-hour free helpline on 0800 180 4 123, or try our 30–second compensation calculator to see if we can help you with your roller skating accident compensation.
What can I do?
If somebody else caused your roller skating accident, you can claim for compensation for your injuries. Let’s face it, accidents happen, and the other person involved in your injuries may have been very careful and attentive at the time. Regardless of their actions, even if they did not mean you any direct harm, you can still check to see what type of compensation you could claim for.
Personal injury compensation
Accident Advice Helpline has helped thousands of people over the years make successful UK personal injury compensation claims. Our expert lawyers have been personally selected in order to make your life easier. We work hard to give you the best possible advice and we believe that we are deeply knowledgeable in the work we do. We are here to help you through what may be a painful, difficult time for you, and we always aim to give you helpful advice.
You may have had a bad fall in your roller skating accident. Head injuries are very common, and you may be entitled to make a head injury claim. Some of the most common types of head injuries are concussions, lacerations to the scalp, cerebral contusions and haemorrhaging. The head is of course the most important part of the body. It is best to seek immediate medical advice, even if it is not immediately obvious that something may be seriously wrong. Claiming compensation for a head injury is extremely important – not being able to work or function properly may have a detrimental impact on your daily life and ability to work.
Do I need money to make an accident claim?
No. When we take on a case, we pursue it on a no win, no fee* basis. This means that you don’t need to pay us before we work on your case. If you lose your accident claim, you are not liable to pay anything – no win, no fee* means exactly that.
Date Published: January 3, 2014
Author: David Brown