If you are in need of the best legal advice in the Forest of Dean you won’t get better than the professional advice we have to offer here at Accident Advice Helpline. We operate a nationwide compensation claim service, so wherever you are here in the UK, you can contact us easily thanks to our state-of-the-art website and the national helpline service we provide.
The Royal Forest of Dean lies in three counties, Monmouthshire, Herefordshire and Gloucestershire, although the major part of it is in Gloucestershire. It is known as the Queen of Forests and is home to oak, holly, birch and various other native British trees.
It has been a centre of mining since the Iron Age with iron ore and coal being mined here on a small scale. If you visit the Royal Forest of Dean, you may stay in Cinderford or Lydney, and take part in the many sports’ activities offered, including water sports on the River Wye.
How to get the best legal advice in the Forest of Dean
As an area of outstanding natural beauty this region is not home to many specialist injury claim lawyers, so if you are in need of the best legal advice in the Forest of Dean, you are best advised to search for a dedicated claims lawyer, like Accident Advice Helpline, that offers a nationwide service.
You may be looking for the best legal advice in the Forest of Dean for a number of reasons. For example you may have been injured in an accident of some kind which you can prove was not your fault.
The three-year statute of limitations means that in most instances you have only 3-years after your accident/.injury to register a claim. There are certain exceptions to this rule and you can find our about these either here on our website, or by calling our customer support team for an informal chat.
Of course you may have been diagnosed with a work related illness, and this is one of the exceptions to the three-year rule if the symptoms of your illness take longer than three-years to materialise.
No one can tell you in advance exactly how much compensation you may get for your injury or illness; it all depends on the severity of either. A solicitor would have to do some research into recent compensation awards for injuries such as yours and consult the Judicial College’s guidelines as well as studying your medical report before being in a position to give you an estimate of how much you might receive in compensation.
Alternatively you can complete the 30-second test here on our website, or by phoning and talking to one of our experienced advisers who can complete the test on your behalf.
What Accident Advice Helpline can recover for you in compensation
In addition to financial recompense for your injury, you can also claim for loss of earnings, both past and future, so, of course everyone would get different payouts, depending on their pay-scale prior to the accident or illness. If you are unable to pursue a hobby (such as gardening) after your injuries or illness then you can also be compensated for loss of amenity, or quality of life.
To find out more about what you can claim for, call the Accident Advice Helpline national helpline and have a chat with a member of our customer support team.
- Call 0800 689 0500 if you’re using a landline to make your call
- Call 0333 500 0993 if you’re using a mobile to make your call
We always recommend to potential claimants that they should register their claims as soon as they can; so why not grab a phone and call us today?
Date Published: 8th March 2014
Author: David Brown