Calderdale is a metropolitan borough found within the ceremonial County of West Yorkshire, in the north of England. The River Calder flows through the borough and it is from this that the area derives its name. Calderdale extends across part of the south Pennines and is the furthest south of the Yorkshire Dales. So far south in fact that it is not officially a part of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

Halifax is the main commercial and population centre within the borough of Calderdale, but the borough was in fact formed by the amalgamation of Halifax and five other towns and settlements known as Sowerby Bridge, Hebden Bridge, Brighouse, Elland and Todmorden. The inclusion of these urban centres within Calderdale actually make it the 79th most populated borough within the whole of the United Kingdom with just over 200,000 residents within its bounds. This means that the borough is a significant centre of population and also tells us that your home region will be a comparatively common source of compensation claims Calderdale residents.

Personal Injury Claims in Calderdale

When it comes to personal injury claims Calderdale is a relatively common source, and this is an important fact for residents of the borough to know as it makes it more likely that you will one day be in the position of wanting to pursue your own claims Calderdale residents, and if this ever happens then it will help you to be well informed about the claims process. So the rest of this article will provide the vital details of when you may be able to claim, how long you have to claim and who can help you to claim.

When You May Be Able To Claim

It is if and when you have been injured or have fallen ill and it was demonstrably somebody else’s fault that you could be entitled to seek personal injury compensation. The party at fault could be an individual or an organisation, and common examples of incidents which lead to claims include road traffic accidents and slips, trips or falls.

How Long You Have To Claim

In the majority of cases you can begin claims proceedings at any point up to three years after the incident in question but after this time has elapsed, your ability to claim has also passed.

Who Can Help You To Claim?

The best people to contact for advice and guidance or to entrust with the handling of your claim are the enviably experienced Accident Advice Helpline. You can reach them 24 hours a day and seven days a week on either 0800 180 4123 or 0333 500 0992 on a mobile.

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