West Berkshire is in the county of Berkshire, and was incorporated as a local government district in 1974. It covers the entire western portion of the county and is home to some 155,000 people. Accident injury claims in West Berkshire do occasionally go ahead, but they are uncommon when compared to the size of the population.
Some types of accidents are more common than others, as you might already know. For instance, you might have heard of slips, trips and falls already, as these are commonly referred to as one group of accidents that can happen anywhere. For example, you might fall or trip at work or while you are out shopping, depending upon the circumstances.
How dangerous can a slip be?
A slip sounds like a simple thing, doesn’t it? You might slip on ice and suddenly find you are losing your footing. You might recover it, but if you can’t, you could end up hurting yourself as you fall to the ground. Ice isn’t the only thing that could potentially lead to a slip. You could end up slipping over if you walked across a newly-polished floor that had become slippery.
If the wrong polish is used on a floor surface, this could make it slippery. There are lots of situations in which someone could slip over and hurt themselves when they did nothing to deserve it, even if they were being careful. Injuries could potentially range from bruises and sprains to broken bones.
Are you wondering whether you could make accident injury claims in West Berkshire?
If so, you only need to call Accident Advice Helpline to find out more. This is easy to do if you ring 0800 689 0500 or if you decide to use your mobile, 0333 500 0993 is the number to call. Our team has dealt with accident injury claims in West Berkshire before, so you will be in good hands.
Whenever you want to learn more, you can do so with us. We encourage you to ring as soon as possible, because there is a three-year limit to making a claim in situations where you have a strong case. You can also make sure you are ready to find out more by taking the online test that takes only 30 seconds to complete now. It’s an easy way to determine whether a claim would be successful.
Date Published: 5th December 2016
Author: Rob Steen