Strand in London, often called the Strand, is a major thoroughfare in Central London that forms part of the A4 road. It begins at Trafalgar Square and ends at Temple Bar, continuing into Fleet Street, and it is just over three-quarters of a mile in length. It is extremely busy with tourists, locals and business people all converging on this particular area. As a result, pedestrian accidents can occur very easily in this busy area.
What should you do if you experience an accident in Strand?
It can be all too easy to be involved in a pedestrian accident here, but if your accident in Strand resulted in an injury due to being jostled, pushed or tripped, then you could be entitled to compensation. When a nasty accident occurs and it is not your fault, it seems unfair that you should have to suffer the consequences for someone else’s clumsiness.
At Accident Advice Helpline we think it is unfair that you should have to suffer due to an accident in Strand, or anywhere else, that was not your fault. If your accident was in the last three years, you should check today and see if you could be entitled to some compensation for your injuries. Take our quick and simple 30-second test to easily assess whether or not you are eligible for compensation. Such injury claims can include injuries sustained as a result of:
- A fall on a broken pavement
- A trip due to being pushed or jostled
- A slip down a crowded public stairwell
If you are badly injured in such an instance, you should seek medical attention immediately as well as gather contact details from any witnesses if possible. Our solicitors can help you seek compensation, no matter what level of injury you may have sustained.
How can you find a solicitor after an accident in Strand?
Accident Advice Helpline has over 17 years’ experience in helping people achieve the compensation they deserve. Our friendly and supportive advisors can direct you to one of our fantastic solicitors who will deal with your case supportively and in the strictest confidence. You are in control at all times, as if you change you mind, you are under no obligation to continue with your claim.
However, in the highly likely event that you win your case, you could be compensated not only for your injuries, but also for any loss of earnings, travel costs and childcare costs. You could even make a 100% no-win, no-fee* claim, without even having to go to court yourself. If you’d like to find out more, contact us today by calling the 24/7 helpline on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: 11th May 2014
Author: Emma Matthews