Accident solicitor in Thame


Accident solicitor Thame

Thame derives its name from the River Thames, which flows just to the north of this attractive Oxfordshire market town. In the centre of Thame, its cobbled pedestrianised streets are lined with pretty Regency houses and shops and further out of town there are the larger modern retail outlets you’d expect to find in a prosperous location such as this.

Thame has a variety of sectors in which to work

Of course, the river Thames is not the only thing which links Thame with London nowadays and the capital is easily commutable. However many of the residents of Thame are Oxfordshire people born and bred and have lived and worked in the area all their lives. The local economy is largely comprised of the retail and service sectors and has a thriving IT sector together with the professional sectors of law, accountancy and higher education.

Work-related accidents and an accident solicitor Thame

With such a wide variety of sectors available, it’s no surprise that Thame has its fair share of work-related accidents and that’s why an accident solicitor in Thame is such an important asset to the town. Accident Advice Helpline is an excellent example of one such accident solicitor in Thame and has earned its reputation and proved itself as a law firm with over 15 years of experience in the field of personal injury compensation.

The many different types of work-related accidents

As anyone who has ever had to compose a risk assessment will know, there are a multiplicity of possibilities when it comes to the kinds of personal injuries an accident solicitor in Thame can have to deal with. Here are two possibilities:

• Burns and scalds: despite the initial assumptions, this category doesn’t just belong to the catering department! In fact many of the personal injuries due to burns and scalds happen to people who are not professionally trained in food handling.
• Electrical injuries: inexperienced workers changing a light bulb or using a faulty socket can fall foul of the negligence of their employers.

If you have ever experienced these or something similar then you could be eligible for compensation. Call Accident Advice Helpline now for an assessment of your accident and of the amount you could win if your claim succeeds. Our freephone number is 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile.

It’s no win no fee* with AAH

AAH works on a 100% no win no fee* basis, so you can’t lose. Why not call their freephone helpline today and find out whether you could qualify for personal injury compensation!

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