No one would be happy with their personal injury claim being handled by a lawyer who does not have the experience and training to provide a first class professional service. If you have suffered a head injury in a serious accident that was not your fault, you would expect no less than a specialist head injury claims lawyer to handle your claim. A local accident solicitor in Angus may not be the best place to access this sort of specialist help.
However, organising this sort of expert help is surprisingly easy. All you have to do is call highly respected law firm Accident Advice Helpline. Our friendly, professional advisers will provide you with an accident solicitor in Angus or elsewhere in Scotland who is an expert in head injury claims.
There are numerous types of head injury. Here are some examples of injuries that ahead injury expert accident solicitor in Angus would deal with.
Construction site accidents
The UK construction industry is slowly recovering after a deep recession and building sites are springing up again. New homes, shops and offices are now being built again. The construction industry gives rise to many head injuries every year. Despite the introduction of far-reaching safety laws and guidelines, many workers still suffer head injuries on construction sites such as:
- Falls from scaffolding (which may also collapse);
- Falls from ladders (which may not be suitable for the task);
- Falls from high working platforms (which may be unguarded);
- Being hit on the head by a falling object;
- Being crushed by collapsing trenches and holes; and
- Accidents involving large plant vehicles and machinery.
If you have suffered a head injury on a construction site that was not your fault, call Accident Advice Helpline today and discuss making a claim for compensation.
Slips, trips and falls
Some people fall over loose paving slabs, protruding inspection chamber covers and trailing cables. A fall in the street is humiliating and can result in nasty injuries such as:
- Broken arms and wrists;
- Dislocated fingers and thumbs;
- Twisted knees and ankles;
- Face injuries;
- Broken teeth and mouth injuries; and
- Head injuries.
If you have suffered any of these injuries in a fall in the Angus area that was not your fault, Accident Advice Helpline can help you to make a claim.
Violent crime is still a rare occurrence in Scotland and in the UK in general. Unfortunately though, crimes are still sometimes committed and people do get hurt as a result. Making a claim for this is a little different, because the claim is made from the Criminal Injures Compensation Authority rather than from a private insurance company or an individual person. There are lawyers working at Accident Advice Helpline who specialise in this sort of claim and will help you through the process on a no-win, no-fee basis.
Do you need an accident solicitor in Angus?
Call us today on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 to get started on your claim.