You’ve had the X-ray in hospital and the verdict is your arm’s broken. You are in severe pain and dread to explain to your boss that the important sales presentation needed by Monday morning won’t get done.
You close your eyes to shut out the sight of your arm bone sticking out a weird angle and poking through your skin, but this only conjures up the image of your employer’s angry red face. Once you’ve had a general anaesthetic and pain killers you will be so drowsy, there’s no way you can prepare statistics about sales expectations in China, France or Israel.
If you were the victim of an accident that was caused through somebody’s negligence, an accident solicitor in Beckenham or other specialist in personal injury claims may be able to win compensation for you, provided your accident in the Beckenham area occurred within the last 3 years.
Call Accident Advice Helpline for advice on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993. Lines are available around the clock, every day of the week. When you outline the circumstances of your accident and how somebody else was responsible for your injury, the advisor will be able to tell you if you qualify for making a personal injury claim and how much compensation you might be awarded, if successful with your claim.
Types of accidents qualifying for personal injury claims:
- Slips, trips and falls in public places
- Road traffic accidents
- Accidents at work
- Industrial disease
- Medical negligence
- Construction site accidents
These are just some examples of the type of accidents an accident solicitor in Beckenham might be able to handle.Open Claim Calculator
What is a non-fault accident?
The old adage – it takes two to tango? is true in most accident cases but there are circumstances where only one party is to blame. Lack of due care in carrying out duties or wilful negligence to safe money are just two examples. An instructor who was supposed to maintain training equipment but did not do his job because he preferred going to the pub is a negligent person. If such negligence causes an accident, that instructor is liable to pay compensation.
An employer who wants to save money and buys cheap and inadequate equipment or does not keep hazardous materials in proper and safe containers because they cost more will be liable to pay compensation, if an accident occurs or employees fall ill with industrial disease as a result. A drunk driver mounting the curb and mowing over pedestrians or a cyclist racing along on the pavement at 30 miles per hour without looking are also examples of negligence.
Accident Advice Helpline versus a local accident solicitor Beckenham
As a compensation provider with some 13 years of expertise in the field of personal injury claims, Accident Advice Helpline provides no win no fee* legal services. Over the years, this law firm has helped thousands of non-fault accident victims to get justice and compensation for their broken limbs, and their broken dreams, if their injuries were so severe that they are permanently incapacitated.
A small local firm may not be able to handle complex cases nor do all local firms offer no win no fee* services.