Are you claiming compensation in South Holland after a fall?
If you’ve suffered a fall you could have suffered a whole range of injuries. Whilst some people may be able to break their fall and limit the extent of their injuries, in some cases a simple fall could lead to very serious injuries, such as head injuries or even broken bones.
Unfortunately, wrist injuries can be very common after someone has fallen or tripped over. As most people try to put their hands out to stop themselves from falling, their hands and wrists can take the brunt of the impact. Broken bones, fractures and muscle damage in this area is, therefore, relatively common after this type of incident.
If you’ve suffered a fall recently, you may be blaming yourself. If, for example, you didn’t see the object you tripped over or you were aware of loose brickwork, you may think that you shouldn’t have made the mistake of falling. Although you may feel this way, it doesn’t necessarily mean that the incident was your fault.
If, for example, you had recently had work done on your house or garden and the brickwork was wobbly or unfinished, it could actually be the builders that are responsible for your injuries, rather than yourself.
Similarly, if you were hurt whilst out in a public area, the council or the company responsible for maintaining the area may be at fault.
If someone or something else is responsible for your injuries, there is a chance that you could claim compensation in South Holland for the pain that you’ve suffered. If you’re unsure who is legally responsible for your injuries but you want to find out if you’ll be able to make a claim for compensation in South Holland, we can help.
At Accident Advice Helpline, we’ve been operated as a personal injury law firm for over ten years. Over the last decade we’ve helped numerous people identify who was responsible for their injuries and helped them to go on and obtain compensation. If you’d like us to help with your claim, why not get in touch?
We’ll be happy to provide free no obligation advice so there’s no need to worry about having to pay costly fees merely for legal advice. You’ll be able to find out whatever you want to know about making a claim for compensation in South Holland without having to pay a penny.
We also work on a no win no fee basis so if you do go on to make a claim for compensation in South Holland, you won’t be required to pay any upfront legal bills. To find out more about making a claim or obtaining compensation in South Holland, why not contact Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile? Call now and we’ll do everything we can to help you to obtain compensation in South Holland.
Date Published: 30th July 2014