Have you been injured in an unusual accident? We can help with most types of accidents
According to statistics released in 2004, the accidents that occur in the UK on an annual basis can include some very unusual ones. Accidents in 2004 included, two people who were admitted to hospital after being in contact with venomous spiders and twenty two people who suffered from exposure to melting nightwear (and yes, most of them were men), along with two people who needed five days’ treatment after contact with centipedes or venomous millipedes. In addition one person needed an overnight stay after being bitten by an alligator and 3,508 people were bitten by dogs. Any injuries you suffer through no fault of your own may seem like an unusual accident to you. Don’t worry, we can help.
Young people seemed to be most at risk of accidents. The accident figures showed that of the 1,839 people who fell out of trees, 78% of them were children and 4,533 people fell when using ice-skates, skis, roller-skates or skateboards and 57% of them were under 15.
In fact amazingly, statistics show that there were over one million odd accidents in the UK in 2015. You don’t have to be a victim of an unusual accident however to be in need of compensation.
Personal injury claims for the accidents you have had
You can claim compensation for any accidents you have had that were somebody else’s fault. If you have had an accident or accidents in the last three years and the accidents were not your fault then you should think about making a claim. This can include a variety of accidents; road traffic accidents, a slip, a trip or a fall; you may have been the victim of medical negligence or be suffering from industrial disease or been one of the many poor unfortunates who had accidents at work. No matter where the accidents took place you should talk to Accident Advice Helpline who will give you expert assistance.
Accident Advice Helpline?
Yes indeed, we are an accident advice and compensation provider with over fifteen years of experience. Our patron, 0800 689 5659. It’s a free number to call so it won’t cost you a penny!
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