Warwickshire is known as a landlocked county because none of its borders face the sea. It is located in the West Midlands and is a county with a population of around 546,000. That figure was estimated to be correct in 2014. While most people in the county never have a reason to consider making a claim for compensation in Warwickshire, there could be all manner of situations that might potentially give rise to injuries that make this a possibility.
Injuries can potentially occur in car accidents and other road accidents, as well as while people are at work or visiting a public place or business, not to mention a shop of some kind. Most days pass without incident for many of us, but some people find themselves in situations where they sustain injuries that were not of their own making.
Injury possibilities in Warwickshire
You are no more likely to be injured while living in, working in or visiting Warwickshire than you are in any other part of the country. However, there will be incidents that occur that lead to some people nursing injuries that range from superficial ones to those that are far more serious in nature.
Slips, trips and falls can happen virtually anywhere, and while some of them are real accidents, others are caused because of negligence, or because hazards were not properly dealt with first. A pedestrian may end up being knocked down on a crossing because a driver did not pay proper attention. Someone might be hurt at work because a safety guard was left off a piece of machinery. You simply never know where dangers could potentially arise.
Finding out whether your accident in Warwickshire could lead to a claim
The best course of action is always to seek legal advice in such instances. Compensation in Warwickshire could be made to you if someone else was negligent and this can be proven by a personal injury solicitor working on your behalf.
Contact Accident Advice Helpline by calling 0800 689 0500 now, or take the chance to try the quick online test we have created for your use and convenience. You never know whether your case could be a lot stronger than you think. Find out how much compensation you may potentially be entitled to by speaking to an advisor who has the experience to help you out right here and now.
Date Published: 10th August 2014