Bournemouth is a well-known coastal town in Dorset. It’s a popular resort town, which has the ability to swell the regular population of some 183,000 people to a much larger number during the summer months. Bournemouth no win, no fee cases tend to be rare, but if an accident occurs in the area that results in injuries for one or more people, those people may want to find out whether a claim could be made.
While this might be the last thing you would think of at the time you have an accident, it may come to mind later on while you are recovering. Your injuries and how severe they are could have an effect on whether or not you want to make a claim, or even consider doing so.
How can injuries affect your daily life?
Many injuries can jeopardise your daily life. A broken leg could prohibit you from driving, not to mention doing a variety of other things. Consider how you’d cope if you broke one or more bones in your dominant hand. How would you write or carry things until it had mended?
In some cases, people may not be able to do their normal work – purely because they were unable to perform all the tasks they normally would. If they were self-employed, or only received statutory sick pay, this could have a significant effect on their financial situation, too.
Are you in a similar situation at the moment?
If you are, you may want to find out whether Accident Advice Helpline could help in any way. We’ve progressed with many personal injury claims since our inception in 2000, and we could make yours our next case if you can make a strong argument in favour of compensation.
Could you make a Bournemouth no win, no fee claim today? Find out whether you could with our help, just by calling 0800 689 0500 to get the process started. We provide expert no-obligation advice at this early stage, and that may lead on to speaking with one of our professional injury compensation lawyers. Make sure you have the chance to see whether a claim would be argued in your favour. Compensation may be awarded if you have a good case your lawyer can fight for on your behalf. And don’t worry, because we will keep you informed of progress throughout the case.