Spells of good weather are rare in the British Isles, and rarer still are spells of extended good weather where one can make reasonable plans in reliance of the sun staying out.
There is however, naturally, a cost to the public enjoyment of recreational sunshine. Personal injury accidents sky rocket at times when almost everyone seems to be taking up new sport and activities, doing the first exercise in months, lighting barbeques and indulging in the fine culinary delights that local supermarkets (and off-licenses) have to offer.
We recently spoke to an employee of Llanwern’s local council. This health and safety officer said that accident claims in Llanwern were almost unheard of during autumn and spring months, but that during the summer time the council expected to be involved in dozens of accident events.
Concerns over accident claims in Llanwern
The member of council staff with whom we spoke stated that everything possible was done to prevent injury claim in Llanwern type incidents, but that the council could only ever hope to reduce the likelihood, and not prevent it altogether.
When accidents do happen, injury claim in Llanwern victims are well advised to contact Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 (or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile). Injury claim in Llanwern incidents are not easy navigable by the public, although a friendly and trained operative can quickly come to honest and informed conclusions about whether a claim is likely to succeed in court and result in a payment of compensatory damages to the injured party.
Would your injury claim in Llanwern succeed in Court?
The best people to assess whether your claim is likely to succeed are the excellent staff at Accident Advice Helpline, who’s decade long experience is trusted by Esther Rantzen – and literally thousands of others across the nation.
However, in extremely simple terms, a successful claim for compensation will contain three key elements: firstly, the relationship between you and the person who injured you would be one described by a lawyer as a ‘duty of care’ situation, where the person runs a risk of injuring you and therefore has t duty to take preventative measures. Secondly, your injury claim in Llanwern must result from a natural course of events which would flow from their breach of their duty of care. Thirdly, the harm caused must be a genuine injury recognised by the medical profession (for instance, stress or unhappiness will not result in a successful claim).
Call today to see if you could be entitled!
Date Published: 31st October 2013
Author: David Brown