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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Bike accident in Kirklees


    In these continuing days of austerity, which appear to be rolling on despite the UK economy performing better than many others around the world, local authorities have to prioritise their spending. Unfortunately for local councils, money does not grow on trees, so they have to cut their clothing according to their cloth. Britain is not like Norway, where oodles of oil money allows the state to spend on pretty much anything that is needed.

    One of things to suffer as a consequence of the squeeze on local councils’ spending is the country’s roads and pavements. Regardless of whether you’re a car driver, a cyclist or a pedestrian, you will likely have noticed that the roads and pavements in your area have been deteriorating of late.

    This is not only unsightly, but could be dangerous, causing you to be injured in an accident that was not your fault. If this were to happen to you, there might be a chance that you could take some form of personal injury action for your bike accident in Kirklees against your local council.

    Pot holes and claiming for a bike accident in Kirklees

    Maybe you were injured after you hit a pot hole while driving in your car. If you did, there will be a chance that you might well be able to take action for your bike accident in Kirklees. If you hit a pot hole at speed, it might be the case that you suffered a rather nasty injury. If this was the case, you might be in line for a pay-out of several thousands of pounds.

    In the direct aftermath of hitting a pot hole, you would be well advised to make a note of your exact location, and of the time and date. If you can, it will also be a good idea to take a picture of the pot hole that was responsible for your suffering. Your no win no fee accident law firm will find this very useful indeed.

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    Get the right advice

    As you will not be able to get legal aid to help you make a claim for your bike accident in Kirklees, you are going to need to get yourself a decent 100% no win no fee personal injury solicitor. With this in mind, you would be very well advised indeed to get on the blower to Accident Advice Helpline right now. In the first instance, you will have the opportunity to talk through what happened to you with one of the firm’s friendly and professional claims advisors.

    Once an assessment has been made of the circumstances surrounding your case, you will soon find out if the company might be able to offer you the representation you need.

    You can contact us by calling 0800 689 0500 from your land line, or on 0333 500 0993 from your mobile.

    Date Published: 4th November 2014

    Author: David Brown

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