Need an accident solicitor in Sutton St James?
Sutton St James is a small village in the Lincolnshire Fens. It is noted for its fine church, Saint James, which dates to the 15th century, parts of which were destroyed in the Tudor period. The village is also distinguished for having a buttercross at its centre, and a 14th-century stone cross nearby which is thought to mark the remains of a medieval boundary line.
Sutton St James is a lovely peaceful village but even in a place like this accidents are always possible. As in any rural environment, there’s plenty of scope for modern-day accidents. Luckily, today, no matter how remote your home is you don’t have to rely on hunting out an accident solicitor in Sutton St James – instead make the most of a national company to help find the best advice.
Whether you have been in a farm or traffic accident, slipped, tripped or fallen you may be able to claim. You are also able to find advice on medical negligence, accidents at work and more. So please remember, that you don’t need to hunt out an accident solicitor in Sutton St James, but can call Accident Advice Helpline for guidance.
Four top tips to help you plan your claim
If you’ve had an accident in the last three years and there is a clear third party to blame, you will need evidence to show that what you say occurred is correct. Follow these handy pointers:
1. Get written documentation of any injuries. Ask for a copy of doctors’ notes
2. Take photos of your injuries, and date them
3. Find witnesses and ask for their contact details
4. Stay composed. The more carefully and sensibly you prepare, the better your chances
Accident Advice Helpline has over ten years’ experience and can offer a 30-second test to assess your claim chances. While there is never any guarantee that you will win your case, all our lawyers work under a no-win, no-fee policy so there is no financial risk to you. All charges and fees which are likely to arise will be explained by a friendly trained special advisor.
Speak to an advisor at Accident Advice Helpline. Telephone 0800 689 0500 / 0333 500 0993. We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Date Published: 17th September 2013
Author: David Brown