Accident solicitor in Stonham Aspal
The village of Stonham Aspal is a quintessentially English Suffolk parish. With a small population and surrounded by beautiful countryside, there isn’t much in Stonham Aspal that goes wrong. However, just as anywhere else in the UK, residents of Stonham Aspal are just as at risk from being injured in an accident. If the unexpected does strike, then there are a few things you should do to ensure you are protected.
What to do if you have an accident in or around Stonham Aspal
First things first, you need to seek medical attention. Whatever else is going on at the time, you need to take care of your own health first, so call an ambulance or get someone to take you to hospital so you can have your injuries checked over. You will also need to do this if you want to remain eligible to make a compensation claim
Once you’re home again, there are a few things you can be doing to ensure you are still able to make a claim for personal injury:
- Note down the time, date and location of your accident
- Make a note of any witnesses, including names and contact details if you are able to get them
- If you managed to take a photograph, or know someone who did, keep this in a file somewhere safe as it will be invaluable later on
- Keep a record of any medical appointments you have to attend, including the names of doctors and nurses who treat you
- Keep a note of any conversations you have with police, insurance companies, employers or the other party in the accident, including dates and times that you spoke to them
- Contact an accident solicitor in Stonham Aspal to get some professional legal advice on your situation
When it comes to finding an accident solicitor in Stonham Aspal
Accident Advice Helpline has over 10 years of experience handling personal injury claims, and helping people just like you to get the compensation they are entitled to. Our solicitors all work on a ‘no win, no fee’ basis, so you needn’t worry about paying any money for your claim to get started. We run a freephone advice line, which is answered 24 hours a day, so simply call 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone to speak to someone today.
Date Published: 8th September 2013
Author: David Brown