Solihull is a town in the West Midlands, close to Birmingham. It has the reputation of being an affluent town and a desirable place to live. This is because Solihull largely escaped the Industrial Revolution and remained a market town. Solihull is also a Metropolitan Borough with Meridan sitting between its borders. This town has a village cross on the traditional village green which is said to mark the centre of England, but there are other places which probably have a stronger claim to mark it.
Balsall Common and Temple Balsall are all in Solihull, and this area was given to the Knights Templar by King Stephen. Later, the manor became the property of the Knights Hospitallers, although when the movement was dissolved in 1540 when the manor went into the hands of the Crown. The whole area has a long history and this is reflected in many of the centuries-old buildings still in existence.
Car collisions in Solihull
Solihull’s motto is “urbs in rure” meaning town in the countryside which describes its character very well. However, despite its location car collisions in Solihull happen as they do everywhere. It is after all, a modern town and borough with its share of road traffic accidents.
If you have been injured in one of those car collisions in Solihull, it is not beyond the realms of possibility that you are wondering if you are eligible to file a personal injury compensation claim.
Can I claim for my injuries?
In order to make a personal injury compensation claim, you must firstly be able to prove that you were not responsible for the accident in which you were injured. Apart from that, you also have to be able to prove that another person was to blame for the accident. Call us at Accident Advice Helpline if you need a specialist personal injury solicitor to help you. We work with a team of them and they all work on a ‘no win, no fee’ basis and are located all over the country.
You will also need to have received immediate medical treatment for your injuries and the medical report is required if you make a claim. If the police were called to the scene of the accident and carried out investigations into its causes, the police report will also be needed. If the accident involved one or more motorised vehicles and a person was injured in one of the car collisions in Solihull or elsewhere, the police should have been called to the scene.
Accident Advice Helpline
Call us at Accident Advice Helpline whenever is convenient for you if you require expert legal advice and information about how to pursue your potential claim. We have two freephone lines for you to call us on:- 0800 689 0500 for calls from landlines, or 0333 500 0993 for calls from mobiles. Why not call us now for advice?
Date Published: 15th September 2014