When looking for advice on claiming in Easingwold to help them launch claims for injuries they’ve sustained through no fault of their own, local residents do what most people now do here in the UK, and resort to the Internet. Once they come across our presence here at Accident Advice Helpline (AAH), after visiting our website, they often decide that we’re the company they were looking for all along.
Accidents in the home
Accidents in the home are one of the most prolific causes of injury here in the UK. Each year approximately 2.7 million people end up visiting an A&E department in one of the hospitals somewhere in the country. Approximately 4,000 people per year die in these accidents which are often due to slips, trips and falls, or are the result of using a faulty or defective product.
The significance of allocating blame
Before anyone can consider raising a personal injury claim, it must first be established that the blame for the incident/injury is down to someone other than the injury victim. There are other certain considerations to be taken into account too:
- The incident/injury must have occurred within the past three years
- The nature and severity of the injury must warrant raising a claim. Minor cuts, bruises and sprains, would not qualify
- Medical proof will be required to back up any injury claim
If you live in rented accommodation and your landlord is responsible for the upkeep and maintenance, then if something goes wrong, and you sustain an injury, you may be entitled to claim compensation.
If for example, the electrical wiring is out of date, and causes a fire: or if an appliance is not correctly maintained and it produces carbon monoxide emissions; if you were injured as a result of these types of circumstances that were attributable to your landlord, you would be legally and morally entitled to make a claim.
Commission AAH for advice on claiming in Easingwold
Our online presence here at AAH means that anyone can click onto our website and make use of the HOW MUCH calculator they’ll find on our homepage to get an estimate of how much their potential personal injury claim could be worth. All anyone needs to do is to supply information regarding:
- Whether or not they were injured in the last three years
- Whether or not the accident was their fault
- Whether or not they received medical attention
- When it was that they were injured
- Their full name
- Their contact telephone number
The injury calculator can then confirm if the claim is likely to be valid, and if so will estimate how much compensation could be awarded when you take advice on claiming in Easingwold from Accident Advice Helpline.The whole process takes no more than 30 seconds.
For more information
To find out more about our no win no fee* services, as recommended by the one and only Esther Rantzen, call our free helpline and have a chat with one of the members of our customer service team. If you’re using a landline, call 0800 689 0500, or if using a mobile call 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: 23rd March 2014
Author: David Brown