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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."

    Esther Rantzen

    Snooker hall injury advice

    When you go to a snooker club, the aim is to enjoy the game you love and socialise with like-minded people. The last thing you would expect is to suffer an injury while there. However, accidents do happen and if you are unlucky enough to suffer physical hurt, you may want to seek snooker hall injury advice.

    Where will I find this kind of advice?

    If you have a snooker hall injury then the best place to seek advice is with a law firm that is used to dealing with personal injury, such as Accident Advice Helpline. Our solicitors are experienced in dealing with a wide range of personal injury issues including giving snooker hall injury advice.

    How do I make contact?

    Making contact with Accident Advice Helpline is a simple affair thanks to our 24/7 helpline. You can ring the helpline via a Freephone number, or alternatively by mobile phone and text message. Our advisers are both highly trained and courteous.

    Why would I need advice?

    You will need advice in these circumstances because the incident may not only have caused you pain and suffering, but it may have cost you financially as well. In your case you may well have had to take time off work recovering from your injuries, leading to a loss of wages. There may also be prescription costs as well as expenses incurred travelling to and from treatment sessions.

    By asking Accident Advice Helpline for snooker hall injury advice you will learn if you are entitled to make a claim in order to cover those additional costs and lost wages, hopefully leading to recompense for your pain and suffering.

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    What you should do following your injury

    Following your snooker hall injury, you should contact your doctor as soon after the accident as possible. This is important not only to have your injuries treated but also because the doctor’s medical notes could well play a key role in any claim.

    You should also take the names and contact details of anyone who witnesses the incident that led to your injury; their statements could also be crucial.

    In addition, you should contact us here at Accident Advice Helpline as soon as possible as there are tight deadlines for making claims.

    What we can do for you

    Our experienced Accident Advice Helpline solicitors will determine whether you do have grounds for a claim following your snooker hall injury. To make a claim you should not have been responsible for the incident that caused your injury – in other words you must be the innocent party. We can discover this through your own personal recollection and those of any witnesses. We will also need to discover who is actually liable – such as the owner of the snooker hall – as any claim will be made against them.

    Will the advice be costly?

    At Accident Advice Helpline our lawyers are paid on a no win no fee* basis. This means you will not have to pay any money up front. This should give you peace of mind and avoid the fear of incurring additional expenses when contacting us for snooker hall injury advice.

    Date Published: October 20, 2014

    Author: David Brown

    Category: Accident in a bar

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