Bromsgrove is a pleasant town in Worcestershire, tucked away in the north-eastern corner of the county. It benefits from having close links to nearby Birmingham and Worcester, which provide additional employment opportunities for those living in Bromsgrove, where the population is around 29,200 people. Few people have accidents on their way to work on any day of the week, but if you want to know more about the chances of a Bromsgrove no-win, no-fee* accident claim, read on.
Accidents during rush hour are not common but they can happen if people don’t pay proper attention to what is happening around them. Avoiding them isn’t always easy if someone else takes reckless actions or is in a hurry and takes risks.
Accidents on the way to work
We’re all in a perpetual hurry, aren’t we? Mornings can be busy times for us all, as we focus on getting up, getting ready and getting to work. However, most of us can be certain we’ll get there in one piece without suffering any accidents on the way.
While the odds on an accident are long, they do happen for some people. Accidents on public transport are very uncommon, but there have been incidents where passengers have been hurt while on a bus, a train or in a taxi. Others might be injured while crossing the road as a pedestrian if a driver fails to stop when they should. Others could be hurt while in their own vehicles.
Finding out whether a Bromsgrove no-win, no-fee* accident claim could work out in your favour
The chances of making an accident claim are going to be far from your mind when you first have your accident. The adrenalin running through your system will take over, and you’ll deal with practical concerns such as exchanging insurance details if you were in your own vehicle, as well as dealing with any injuries you have.Open Claim Calculator
Although you may not be aware of what to do when you want to make a Bromsgrove no-win, no-fee* accident claim, there is one easy way to find out. Call Accident Advice Helpline now on 0800 689 0500, or call 0333 500 0993 from your mobile. This makes it easier to get the advice you need without any obligation to continue. But it could be in your favour if you do call.