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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Compensation claim in St Margaret’s Hope


    If you are looking at making a compensation claim in St Margaret’s Hope, you must have been injured in an accident that you did not cause yourself and that happened less than three years ago.

    These are the basic conditions that you have to meet in order to legally qualify for making a personal injury claim.

    Once this is established, how your injury happened and what type of injury you actually sustained also becomes relevant, especially when you are looking for a legal adviser.

    It is important that you find a company with extensive experience with claims made for your type of injury.

    What do we mean by “type of injury”?

    Accidents happen for a variety of reasons, in a variety of settings. However, they are separated into categories which accident solicitors become specialized in. Let’s have a look at the main categories of personal injury claims:

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    • Accidents at work. Any type of accident that happens in a working environment qualifies as an accident at work. It can be a physical accident or a psychological one, like a mental breakdown or burn out. Also, it can be the fault of the employer, who fail somehow to provide a good working environment, or the fault of a colleague. Either way, the specialist you are looking for is a company who works with accidents at work.
    • Slips, trips, and falls are usually public liability incidents. If you can prove that your slip, trip or fall did not happen out of your own fault but that someone else is to blame, then you have a case. Your legal adviser can help you figure out what exactly is the evidence you have to put together in order to have a strong enough case.
    • Medical negligence is the type of error that we are most disappointed about. When the people who are supposed to heal you make mistakes, which result in harming you, you are more than entitled to file a claim against them and request a compensation for your suffering.
    • Road traffic accidents, which can range from mild injuries to severe complications, including car, motorcycle and even bicycle accidents. Drivers are supposed to protect themselves and everyone else on the road, but mistakes are human and then are often made behind the wheel.

    These are the biggest, most relevant categories of injuries that a compensation claim St Margaret’s Hope can be filed for. However, if your accident does not belong to any of these, that does not mean that you are not entitled to a compensation.

    As long as you are not responsible for your injury and you didn’t allow more than three years to pass since you got injured, you qualify to make a compensation claim in St Margaret’s Hope and you should talk to a professional about it.

    The easiest way to get in touch with a professional

    You can talk to a professional, friendly adviser right now, by calling: 0800 689 0500 or: 0333 500 0993, from your mobile.

    Date Published: 24th August 2013

    Author: laura.balut

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