Gurney Slade and Ashwick in Somerset, being quiet rural villages, are not the first places you would go looking for an accident solicitor. However it could be you are resident there, or nearby, or maybe you are passing through or visiting, and you could be the victim of an accident which wasn’t your fault, and find yourself looking for legal advice for making a compensation claim.
If you’re searching the net, it can be a useful way to pull up details of firms who specialise in personal injury compensation law, or who have partners that do. Here at Accident Advice Helpline, we make the process easier by having direct access to a nationwide network of legal experts who can advise you. All you have to do is call our team of knowledgeable advisors and they can explain the claims process to you and suggest a solution to your search an accident solicitor in Gurney Slade – probably the nearest suitable one, should you want one.
Why would I search for an accident solicitor in Gurney Slade?
Let’s take a hypothetical scenario and quite a common one. Perhaps a driver is travelling too fast through the sleepy villages of Somerset, and startles a horse and rider. The rider is thrown and suffers concussion and perhaps other injuries and is unable to compete in the local gymkhana, for which she has been practising for many months and also invested money in training. There might be a case for a compensation claim. Accident Advice Helpline has specialised in personal injury compensation law for more than 10 years, helping people like you win the compensation they need and to which they are entitled. Call our 24/7 helpline on 0800 689 0500 or on 0333 500 0993 from your mobile to find out more.
First aid for head injuries
A blow to the head can be a serious matter; effects can be delayed and the injured person should be handled with care and caution. For everyday knocks and bumps, for example, if your child falls off the slide in the playground or bangs his head on the runaway swing, you can practice first aid. Put the patient in a quiet room or on the sofa. Apply an ice pack wrapped in a towel to the bump, to help reduce the swelling. A pack of frozen veg will do instead, (don’t open the pack, obviously). Keep the child quiet and watch out for other symptoms. If the patient vomits or blacks out, these could be symptoms of damage to the brain, and you should seek professional medical attention without delay.
Date Published: 21st October 2013
Author: David Brown