When you are planning a trip – regardless of whether it is a local trip or a holiday on the other side of the country you will be very busy packing and planning what you are going to be doing. With all of the planning that you are doing have you considered what you will do if something goes wrong? If you are planning to go somewhere quiet you might be thinking that nothing can go wrong however this is not always the case. If things go wrong and you’re involved in an accident, you may need to know about claiming for injuries in Dartmouth.
The benefits of a national law firm
A national law firm such as Accident Advice Helpline deals with cases on a strict ‘no win no fee’ basis. All of the solicitors that undertake personal injury cases do so on the understanding that his or her fees will be paid from the compensation that is rewarded. If the claim for compensation is for some reason not successful then the solicitor will not be paid any fees. The person making the claim for compensation will never be out of pocket as they will not have to pay any fees.
Claiming for injuries in Dartmouth
If you have been injured in an accident that was not your fault then you have probably been left feeling cheated, angry and hurt and this is especially the case if the accident whilst you were on holiday. If the accident occurred whilst you were on holiday then you will more than likely feel stressed and this can be a very upsetting time when really you should be resting and having some fun. The accident could also leave you out of pocket due to the expenses that you will probably have as a result of the accident.
It is fair to say that claiming for injuries in Dartmouth will not help to mend bones that are broken however it can help with the financial pressures. It is very important to remember that compensation will only be paid when the accident was the fault of someone else. There are a vast number of different types of injuries that can mean that you are entitled to compensation.
- An injury to the head from a car accident that was the fault of someone else
- A strain or sprain which has resulted from a slip, fall or trip on a surface that is uneven or equipment that has been left unattended.
- An injury as a result of medical negligence, for example, first aid that was carried out in an incorrect manner.
How do I contact Accident Advice Helpline?
The first thing that you will need to do when it comes to getting compensation is to contact Accident Advice Helpline. With an experienced, specialist solicitor behind you, you know your case will get the best attention. So give the friendly team of advisers a call on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone or, complete the short application form that is on the website.
Date Published: 16th December 2013
Author: David Brown