To most people living outside the UK’s borders the word “Nottinghamshire” means just one thing: Robin Hood and his merry Men! The legends surrounding evil King John and his nasty Sheriff of Nottingham, whose machinations are thwarted by the valiant and brave outlaws living in the vast green wilderness of Sherwood Forest have made it onto our TV screens and have delighted us in cinemas, books and in re-enactments in the flesh.
Although re-enactment shows of medieval guerrilla warfare are typically so well rehearsed that rarely anything untoward happens accidents will occur from time to time. Thankfully, they are usually minor ones, where somebody trips and falls over a rusty helmet or accidentally stabs their own toe with a fairly blunt sword. Organisers may warn kids not to try the stunts at home, but will our kids listen?
Unfortunately, TV shows don’t come with such warnings. They tend to encourage our youngsters to re-enact sword fight at home – who hasn’t stopped their 4-year-old Robin Hood from bashing his 3-year-old sister, otherwise known as Friar Tuck, over the head with a plastic mace?
Not every holiday in Nottinghamshire goes smoothly. If you were involved in an accident, which was the result of somebody else’s negligence, you can claim compensation, provided your accident happened within the last 3 years.
Do you qualify for making a claim for negligence compensation in Nottinghamshire?
Visit Accident Advice Helpline’s website and complete their 30-second test. A compensation calculator estimates instantly how much money your injury claim is worth. You are under no obligation to proceed, but if you are happy to proceed, just click the final button: an adviser will assign your claim for negligence compensation in Nottinghamshire to a no win, no fee* legal partner and your claims process can begin right away.
When an accident solicitor settles your claim for negligence compensation in Nottinghamshire successfully, you will finally receive justice. This can be just as important for your healing process as is the compensation cheque the negligent party’s insurers are putting in the post.
Where do you find a solicitor for negligence compensation in Nottinghamshire?
Accident Advice Helpline’s Freephone numbers 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 are available 24/7, so you can call when it suits you best. Remember, your call is free, ask as many questions as you like and make notes, so you know what documents your accident solicitor will need from you. The expert will tell you right away, if you qualify for making a claim and give you an estimate of how much your claim is worth in terms of compensation.
Accident Advice Helpline has been assisting people for more that a decade and throughout that time their legal partners have achieved high customer satisfaction ratings, since they believe in delivering their services with a no fuss approach. Most claimants’ cases are dealt with over the telephone or online, which makes the claims process faster, more efficient and certainly cheaper that the old-fashioned method of writing letters.
Naturally, everything is confirmed in writing, but speaking to people on the phone adds a personal touch that allows problems to be dealt with more speedily and in a more “humane” way than sending a formal letter.
Date Published: 2nd September 2013