Redbridge is the name of a district located in Ilford, which sits within Greater London. It is also to be found in the London Borough of Redbridge. The borough has a population reaching around 293,000 people, so it is perhaps only to be expected the occasional but rare accident claims in Redbridge will take place.
Accident claims are uncommon no matter where you are in the UK. However, the more densely populated an area is, the more likely it could be someone would have cause to make a claim of this type every now and then.
Why might you be able to make accident claims in Redbridge?
There are many reasons why this could be a possibility. Perhaps you were out and about as a pedestrian and you were hit by a car or a cyclist. You might have been at work and were injured while using faulty machinery. Even a simple trip and fall while walking on a pavement might potentially lead to a claim if the pavement was in a poor state of repair.
Thankfully, all these things are uncommon. It is also worth noting there is no need to have been hurt in Redbridge to find out more about making a claim if you live there. There is no need to contact a local solicitor. In fact, there is a way to speak to someone that is far easier to use.
Call us today to learn more about your possible claim
Accident Advice Helpline may already be a familiar name to you, since we’ve been around from the year 2000. In that time, we’ve assisted many thousands of people who have been injured in all kinds of situations. So, if you’re here because you want to know more about possible accident claims in Redbridge, you are in the right place to get some answers.
Perhaps one of our personal injury lawyers could soon take your case. To find out, call 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. It’s that easy to get in touch with us, and once we know what happened to you, we’ll be able to consider the facts and see whether a personal injury claim could be begun on a no-win, no-fee basis. That means you won’t have solicitors’ fees to pay if it turns out your claim doesn’t succeed. We’re proud of our success record though, so hopefully that won’t be the case for you.
Date Published: 28th November 2016
Author: Rob Steen