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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 solicitors in Polegate


    Polegate is a town and civil parish found within the Wealden district of the ceremonial county of East Sussex, in the south of England. The town is situated approximately 5 miles (8 km) to the north of the seaside resort of Eastbourne, but is increasingly becoming a part of the wider Eastbourne urban conurbation.

    The fact that Polegate is gradually getting subsumed into the Eastbourne conurbation is reflected by the rapid increase in the population of the town, which has now reached close to 8,500 residents. This makes the town a significant centre of population and in turn makes it important for you to understand issues surrounding compensation claims and the role of solicitors Polegate residents. It is for this reason, therefore, that the rest of this article will inform you of when you may need the help of expert solicitors in Polegate, how long you may be able to wait before you seek this help, and who you should contact to make sure that you get the best possible help.

    When You May Need The Help Of Expert Solicitors in Polegate

    Personal injury expert solicitors in Polegate or otherwise are the professionals who are most associated with fighting personal injury compensation claims. It is therefore when you may be entitled to make such a claim that you would need the help of these solicitors, but when does this entitlement exist? In the simplest possible terms, this entitlement exists when you are injured or fall ill and the blame for your predicament falls squarely on someone other than yourself. If this sounds like an incident from your past, then you will likely know want to know how long this entitlement to claim lasts.

    How Long Does The Entitlement To Claim Last?

    For most types of claim there is a spell of three years after the incident in question in which the victim’s ability to claim remains in place, but after this time has passed this ability elapses. This three year rule does not definitively always apply, however, when the claim in question regards either an industrial disease like asbestos poisoning or an injury suffered by a minor. If after hearing this you believe that you may wish to make a personal injury claim, then you will now surely want to know who to call to get your claim moving.

    Who To Contact For Help With A Claim?

    The best thing to do if you want to ensure that your claim will be fought professionally and with the due care and attention, is to trust its handling to Accident Advice Helpline. You can find out how they could help you by calling their advisers at any time of the day or night on either 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0992 on a mobile.

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    Date Published: 2nd June 2014

    Author: David Brown

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