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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Expert claims advice in Wallsend


    Expert claims advice in Wallsend

    There are interesting stories behind many place names, but Wallsend is particularly intriguing. This is where Hadrian’s Wall comes to an end, hence Walls End – quite literally! Almost 44,000 people live in the area, which is in Tyne and Wear. If you ever needed an injury solicitor in Wallsend, your best bet would be to go to nearby Newcastle, which is only around 3.5 miles away.

    Many residents find the need to go to Newcastle, perhaps to do some shopping, for example. While there are many facilities in Wallsend for residents and visitors to make use of, a visit to a large city can make sense at times.

    Taking public transport

    While some might drive to the city from Wallsend, others will probably use public transport. The good news is there are plenty of options available for doing this. Buses, trains and taxis all represent good ways of getting around, which means lots of people will not have the need of a car at all.

    Public transport is usually quite safe to use, thanks to the diligence and dedication of all those who work hard to make it so. The drivers in particular work hard to drive safely, no matter what vehicle they are in. Of course, you can never be certain of the people you will meet on the roads, and what they may do that could cause an accident to happen. You may not even see what happens, but you can still sustain injuries in the process.

    Injured on public transport

    If you should ever be injured while using public transport, it can be more complex to work out who was to blame. The chances are it wasn’t you though, which means it is definitely worth contacting Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500. This is a better option than looking for an injury solicitor in Wallsend, as this could take time.

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    You have three years in which to claim, so even if your accident is in the past and your injuries have healed, you may still be in with a chance to claim. To find out, call the above number and we will see whether one of our lawyers could represent you in making a claim. Negligence is always to be proven if a claim can be a success, and our experts in personal injury claims are ready to assist you wherever they can.

    Date Published: 16th December 2013

    Author: David Brown

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