The local government district and borough of Epsom and Ewell in Surrey consists of two major towns: Epsom and Ewell. There were once Roman settlements in Ewell, and the Roman road from London to Chichester ran through the borough. In the early 17th century, Epsom became a spa thanks to its spring containing Epsom salts. Today the district is home mostly to commuters working in London, with excellent road and rail links to the capital. Anybody who has been injured in an accident here could make an Epsom and Ewell no win, no fee claim for personal injury compensation – that’s provided somebody else is at fault for your accident.
How did your accident happen?
You could claim compensation for an accident on the roads, at work or even in a public place – but ask yourself how your accident happened. If somebody else’s negligence has led to your accident, you could have a reason to claim Epsom and Ewell no win, no fee compensation. It may be that a speeding driver has crashed into your vehicle, leaving you with whiplash and a broken arm. Or perhaps you have tripped on a damaged kerb whilst shopping and sprained your ankle.
In both these examples, somebody else is at fault for your accident, and you could find yourself eligible to make a personal injury claim. Even if your injuries are minor, you could still claim compensation for loss of earnings, if you’ve needed to take time off work to recover after your accident.
Making a claim
It couldn’t be easier to make an Epsom and Ewell no win, no fee claim for personal injury compensation. Whether you’ve been injured in an accident at work or in public, Accident Advice Helpline’s personal injury lawyers work on a 100% no win, no fee basis and you have three years to make a claim. You can call our freephone helpline now on 0800 689 0500 to get advice and this could help you decide whether to proceed with a claim.
If you do go ahead, you’ll benefit from our years of expertise – we specialise in personal injury law. We have helped hundreds of people claim compensation after their accident and we have even been endorsed by our patron, Dame Esther Rantzen. There’s no obligation to proceed with a claim, so get in touch with us today; you really don’t have anything to lose.
Date Published: 19th October 2014
Author: David Brown