Who claims for compensation for head injuries in East Hampshire? If a third party was to blame for your head injury, and you are suffering the consequences, you could be entitled to make a claim in circumstances such as these.
A head injury resulting from a collision with equipment or plant, or resulting from a fall at work, where negligence by the employer was to blame, for example, if health and safety procedures were not followed or if equipment became deficient or faulty and continued to be used by employees.
Concussion or other head injuries in a road traffic accident (RTA) in East Hampshire, as in any other part of the UK, if another vehicle was the cause, and blame is wholly or partially attributed, then you could have a claim. This applies to drivers and passengers alike.
Equally, suffering a trip, slip or fall in a public place or a privately owned building, which results in a head injury, could be grounds for claiming for cash compensation. Examples are slipping on wet floors which have not been adequately sign-posted, tripping over loose kerb stones, or falling over hazards such as equipment or cables left lying around in a public throughway.
Accident Advice Helpline is the specialist law firm in this area
Our law firm practices in the field of personal injury compensation law, representing claimants of compensation for head injuries in East Hampshire, however caused, if it can be proven that a third party was to blame. You may have concerns about costs and practical concerns such as how to gather evidence and what evidence you will need. All this, on top of trying to focus on your recovery, so why not hand the worry over to us? We will prepare your case and try not to bother you with all the tiny details. All our legal representatives offer their services on a no win no fee* basis.
How to start your claim for compensation for head injuries in East Hampshire
Contact our knowledgeable and friendly telephone team at Accident Advice Helpline. Lines are open 24/7 and we’ll mostly answer your call quite quickly. However, if we can’t, don’t worry, someone will call you back. You don’t have to make a decision to start your claim immediately, but don’t leave it too long. The statutory period for claiming is three years, two years for some classes of travel claim, so it matters to find out the facts early. Call us now. You can reach us on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993. We’ll be pleased to help you. If you’d like us to call you back, text “claim365” to 88010.
Date Published: 12th October 2015
Author: David Brown