East Cambridgeshire is often referred to as East Cambs by the locals. It is one of several districts within the county of Cambridgeshire. Around 83,000 people live there, with others working in the area as well. As you can no doubt imagine, this means it is likely there could potentially be a few people who enquire about East Cambridgeshire no-win, no-fee compensation claims following accidents each year.
Accidents will sometimes happen and no one is found to be at fault. These are usually put down to bad luck, or just ‘one of those things’. But can you tell whether your accident falls into this category, or whether you might have cause to make a compensation claim because your accident was caused by someone else?
Examples of reasons for making East Cambridgeshire no-win, no-fee compensation claims
Accidents are not malicious things. No one sets out to try and hurt someone else by running into their car, or knocking someone over by failing to stop at a crossing, or even hurting an employee because those in charge of the workplace didn’t follow health and safety laws. However, while no one does these things deliberately, they could still be found negligent if anything like this does occur.
Perhaps you can identify with these examples because something similar has happened to you. Sometimes, you may immediately know someone else has been negligent, but at other times, an accident may happen when no one else is around. That can also point to negligence though – for example, if there were insufficient stewards at a big event, or if there should have been staff present and there were not. You might also be hurt by tripping in a pothole on a road. There wouldn’t be anyone present from the local council if that happened, but they may potentially have been negligent for not attending to it and fixing it as soon as it appeared. You can see how such things might happen to you.
The importance of seeking advice from a personal injury lawyer
Knowing who to turn to when you’re in an accident can be difficult. Your physical injuries will require medical intervention, of course, which might mean seeing your GP if the injuries do not require immediate attention, or seeing someone at the local casualty unit if urgent treatment is best. If you have flashbacks to a nasty accident, you may also seek the help of psychologists and similar qualified people to help you recover.
But when you wish to know more about East Cambridgeshire no-win, no-fee compensation claims, the best people to speak to are those on the team at Accident Advice Helpline. When you realise how easy it is to call us on 0800 689 0500 (or if you wish, 0333 500 0993 from your mobile phone), you can chat with someone who cares, and is qualified to help you. Isn’t it time you found out whether you have a right to make a claim for your injuries?
Date Published: 26th June 2017
Author: Rob Steen