Compensation claim in Turnford


My best friend tripped in a hole in the sidewalk a couple of months ago. She was going her morning jog, not really looking at her steps, but admiring the beautiful morning light and the sunrise.


She fell down and hit her head on the cement. She lost consciousness and woke up in the hospital, a few hours later. Some passers by called an ambulance. One of them was still with her, a girl about our age, who didn’t want her to wake up alone, even though she didn’t know her. As she was jogging, she didn’t have her phone with her, nor an ID or anything like that, so they couldn’t contact anyone from her family. This sweet girl thought that it would be horrible to wake up all alone, in a hospital, and that it’s better to have a stranger looking after you than nobody at all. So she stayed with her.


She was having a pretty bad headache, some bruises and her right arm was in a cast. Wonderful, just what she needed. She’s a writer, and without an arm, she can’t really type as fast as she has to to meet all the deadlines. She was going to have to take time off, which she did. One month off work.


The only good thing that came out of this was a new friend, for both of us. But for all the rest, she is ready to claim the financial compensation she’s entitled to.


When to file your compensation claim in Turnford

You can file a compensation claim in Turnford as late as three years after the date of the accident. If, however, more time passes, you lose any right the compensation money. Most people file their personal injury claim in the first year after the accident, and the truth is that the sooner the better, because the sooner you make the claim, the sooner you will receive the compensation money.

How to choose your legal adviser

There are some advantages that some legal advisers hold over others, and they can be split into two categories: experience and payment systems. After you find a few companies that prove to have a lot of experience with slips, trips and falls, you should look at which payment system is more convenient for you.

The Accident Advice Helpline, for example, only works on a “no win, no fee*” basis. If the case is not won, you don’t need to pay our legal fees. Also, we don’t charge any money for starting a claim.

How easy it is to start a compensation claim in Turnford

If you want to make a claim, all you have to do is give us a call at 0800 689 0500 or at 0333 500 0993. One of our friendly advisers will give you all the information you need and we can get your claim going as soon as possible.

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