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    Claiming for injuries in Watford


    Claiming for injuries in Watford

    Located in north west London, Watford is just a few miles outside of the city. Due to its proximity to the capital, many people choose to live in Watford and commute to London on a daily basis for work.

    If you commute regularly, you may be aware of a number of dangers. Although people generally try to take as much care as possible, sometimes injuries appear to be unavoidable. Whilst some people do attempt to drive into London, the high volume of traffic can make this difficult. Rather than relying on a car to get them to work on time, many people opt for public transport when commuting in and out of the city.

    If you’ve been hurt whilst using public transport, you may be looking for injury solicitors in Watford because you want to make a claim for compensation. Providing the injuries weren’t your fault, it’s likely that injury solicitors in Watford will be able to help you make a claim. If your injuries were caused by the travel company themselves, it’s likely that you could be claiming for injuries in Watford.

    Have you been hurt in Watford?

    Don’t worry if you’re not sure who is legally liable for your injuries. Providing you are eligible to make a claim, it’s likely that injury solicitors in Watford will be able to help you find out exactly who is responsible and against whom you should make a claim.

    Whilst public transport caters for the majority of people travelling into the city for work, an increasing number of commuters are choosing to cycle. Although this may seem like a cheaper and greener way to travel, it’s not without its dangers. Unfortunately, cyclists can seem particularly vulnerable when on the roads.

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    In addition to being at the mercy of other road users, cyclists have little form of protection if they are involved in a collision, which can leave them with serious injuries. If you’ve been hurt because of a road traffic accident which wasn’t your fault, it may be worth consulting injury solicitors in Watford and finding out whether or not you can make a claim.

    If you’d like to know more about making a claim, we may be able to help. At Accident Advice Helpline we regularly help claimants who have suffered injuries within the last three years, and we offer free no-obligation advice so that it’s easy for you to find out more about the claims process.

    To find out more about claiming for injuries in Watford, simply call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile, and we’ll do our best to help.

    Date Published: 28th January 2014

    Author: David Brown

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