Sturminster Newton, which is often referred to as Stur, is in Dorset County, England. Dairy farming is the main economic activity in this area, which is a main producer of cheddar cheese, pasteurized milk and other milk products.
Injuries can take place in the farm where livestock are kept. The cattle can escape from their pen if it is not well fenced and attack people who are passing by the farm, or even legitimate visitors.
If you have been injured by livestock and it was not your fault, you may want to make a farming accident claim in Sturminster Newton, and one of our in-house solicitors can help you make a compensation claim against the owner of the livestock.
How can we help you with a farming accident claim in Sturminster Newton?
We are a reputable law firm that provides full legal services on no-win, no-fee agreement to help to victims obtain justice without digging deep into their pockets. This is such a relief to those in financial hardships because anyone who deserves to receive compensation can now do so through Accident Advice Helpline.
We ensure that worrying about legal costs is the last thing on your mind when you want to make a farming accident claim in Sturminster Newton, or anywhere else. We are there to help you by giving you free legal advice on our telephone helpline which is open 24 hour a day 7 days a week. Our friendly advisors will give you guidance and support until you get justice.
For your claim to become successful the accident should not have been your fault, you should have sought medical treatment and the accident must have happened in the last 3 years. To find out if you have a legitimate claim go to our website and take the 30-second test. This test will also give you an estimation of how much compensation you may be entitled too.
A no win no fee solicitor can help you claim
If you can be able to prove that the injury was caused someone else’s negligence then you may have a chance of winning compensation by making a farming accident claim in Sturminster Newton.
- Contusions, abrasions, cuts or lacerations-livestock can charge and attack when they feel threatened.
- Head injuries-temperamental animals may attack and cause bruises, haemorrhage and skull fractures.
- Broken bones-during calving times livestock feel agitated and can attack people who come near the calves as a protective measure. They also attack when they feel endangered. They step on the victim breaking and cracking bones such as ribs, the skull, the face and limbs.
- Fatal injuries-those who take care of livestock should be careful because it is a risky occupation. The employer should give them proper training and provide them with PPEs.
So for expert legal advice about a possible claim call Accident Advice Helpline today on: 0800 689 0500 from a landline or: 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 9th March 2014
Author: David Brown