Accident Solicitor Sawbridgeworth
With a population of around 8,000, the town of Sawbridgeworth may only be small, but like all villages, it presents its fair share of dangers. The appeal of Sawbridgeworth has much to do with the variety of sporting activities on offer. The village is home to tennis, bowling, football and cricket clubs, and its local cadet group regularly takes advantage of the many rivers and woodlands found here.
If you live in or around Sawbridgeworth, it is most likely that you will be able to enjoy your leisure time safely and without incident. However, an unlucky few will become injured in accidents that were not their fault and will be forced to endure physical, emotional and financial suffering. Fortunately, there is a remedy for such injuries – it is called compensation and an accident solicitor in Sawbridgeworth will be able to help you to make compensation claims arising from any injuries sustained in the village.
Types of personal injury claims
We have lawyers throughout the UK including accident solicitors in Sawbridgeworth who are able to deal with a wide range of personal injury claims, including:
• Injuries caused by road accidents
• Injuries caused by unsafe workplaces
• Injuries sustained in public areas
• Injuries caused by sports
Retaining evidence to support your claim
Regardless of the nature of your personal injury, you should keep a detailed record of any money you have lost as a result of your accident as this will help to support your compensation claim. You may lose money through:
• Not being able to work
• Missing work because of hospital appointments
• Not being able to take advantage of overtime
• Hiring the help of childminders
• Hiring help around the home
• Buying medical equipment
You should retain items such as wage slips, receipts and invoices and keep a diary of all the medical appointments you have had to attend.
Contacting an accident solicitor Sawbridgeworth
To make a compensation claim, you will need to contact an accident solicitor in Sawbridgeworth by ringing Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. We have over 15 years’ experience of handling personal injury claims and will be happy to assess your eligibility to compensation. Alternatively, you can check the eligibility of your claim yourself by using our 30-second test. Once you have determined that you stand a chance of winning your claim, you can decide whether or not to go ahead with your lawsuit.