If you are a tenant, either with a local council, a housing association or a private landlord and you have had an accident in Brymbo, you may need to find out more about claiming compensation. The reason for this is that your landlord has a responsibility to you as a tenant. This means that your home should be safe to live in. If it is not and you have contacted your landlord over your concerns but have been ignored or told that repairs are not taking place, then it could be seen that your landlord has acted negligently. You need to find out what your rights are.
Initially, you need to get yourself medically examined. This is imperative in a compensation claim as it will provide evidence of your injuries. You need to keep a diary of where you go to be examined and treated, the dates of the appointments and also the name of the medical professional that tends to you. All of this information will be required at a later date if you file a compensation claim.
Another good way to provide evidence is to photograph the state of the property. For instance, if the electrical system is not adequately wired, you should take photographs of live wires that are sticking out of walls. You also need to keep a record of written statements that you have sent to your landlord. This can counteract your landlord pleading ignorance as a defence against the compensation claim.
Could an accident in Brymbo mean compensation for you
Even though this advice will be useful to you, it will be nowhere as near as efficient as getting specific advice for your own particular situation. This is why you should telephone Accident Advice Helpline. As a law firm that was first established in 2000, we have successfully won compensation for thousands of clients that have been injured through no fault of their own
Initially, you will be guided through a 30-second test to determine if you qualify for a claim. This will also provide an approximate amount of what your claim could be worth. If you are concerned that taking this test will force you to go ahead with a claim, you can rest assured that making an enquiry with us never places you under any obligation whatsoever, you decide if you wish to get your claim started.
A no-win, no-fee basis
If you do qualify for a claim and you decide that you would like to go ahead with it, you will be assigned a lawyer on a no-win, no-fee basis.
Don’t delay, if you have been in an accident in Brymbo that was due to a third party ring Accident Advice Helpline now. The number is 0800 689 0500 or you can call from your mobile on 0333 500 0993. Talk to us today after your accident in Brymbo.