If you have suffered an injury at your local snooker hall you could be intending to make a snooker hall accident claim. Your claim may well be justified as you seek to recover lost wages from taking time off work, as well as all the additional costs such as prescriptions and travel to treatment sessions. In addition, a claim may well compensate you for the pain and suffering following your snooker hall accident.
Making a claim for personal injury can be a complicated legal process so you will need expert advice. To claim, you cannot have been the cause of the snooker hall accident, and you need to discover who was responsible, as the claim will be made against them. Therefore, it is in your own best interests to approach a law firm that deals with these types of issues, such as Accident Advice Helpline.
What you should do following your accident
It is important you see your doctor as soon as possible after your snooker hall accident. While you need to do this to ensure your injuries are treated, the doctor’s report will also be an important element in any claim. If your claim is successful, the medical report containing details of your injuries could well help decide the amount of compensation you receive.
You should also take the names and contact details of anyone who saw the accident, as their statements will also be important when making your claim.
How do I contact Accident Advice Helpline?
Contacting us about your intended snooker hall accident claim is very simple. You can ring our helpline 24/7 on a free 0800 number. You can also ring via a special mobile phone number or contact us by text message. Our advisers are all highly trained and will deal with you in a polite and sympathetic manner.
What will you be able to do for me?
Our experienced personal injury legal team will help guide you through the process of a snooker hall accident claim. Through your own recollection and those who witnessed the incident leading to your injury, we will be able to determine if you do have grounds for a claim. Remember you should not have been the cause of the incident that led to you suffering injuries.
If we do find you have grounds for your snooker hall accident claim, our Accident Advice Helpline lawyers will be able to assist with the process and represent you.
We will also determine who the claim is made against. It could be against the owners of the snooker hall if they are found to be in breach of the Occupier Liability Act, which places a duty of care on them towards those on the premises.
Sometimes the party you are claiming against will make an offer before the case goes to court. This is the best case scenario because it means you receive your compensation much more quickly. However, we will be on hand if you feel the amount offered is not enough.
No win no fee
Accident Advice Helpline lawyers operate on a no win no fee basis. This means you will not have to pay anything up front when pursuing a snooker hall accident claim.
Date Published: October 17, 2014
Author: David Brown