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Harborough No Win No Fee*

Whenever you rent or hire a piece of equipment from a professional, you have the right to expect that the piece of equipment will be safe and fit for the purpose for which it is meant.

This is your legal right and it is known as a duty of care. Should the professional or the company who loaned or hired the piece of equipment out to you fail in their duty of care, you have the right to make a claim for compensation which you can do through Harborough no win no fee* solicitors.

Sailing Away

Consider if you were hiring a boat. Whether it was for the day, the week or a longer period of time, you would expect the boat in question to be in the peak of physical condition. You would expect it to be well maintained, be free of holes or damage and to be water tight.

In the event that the company loaning the boat out to you failed to maintain the boat properly it might not be fit for purpose and as a result you could suffer injuries.

In the case of a boat, these injuries could range from being wet and cold to drowning, depending on the circumstances and unless you had damaged the boat during your tenure as its’ temporary guardian, the fault for the damage to you would potentially lie with the owner of the boat, being the company who leased it to you.

You would therefore have the right to make a claim for compensation from that company and could do so by seeking Harborough no win no fee* solicitors.

The same rules apply to any piece of equipment which it is possible to lease out or hire. That piece of equipment should be fit for purpose at all times and in the event that it is not, Harborough no win no fee* solicitors can seek compensation on behalf of a victim.

Seeking Compensation with Harborough No Win No Fee* Solicitors

Compensation through Harborough no win no fee* solicitors exists to ensure that whatever the injury suffered by an accident victim, they are formally recognised and amends are made for the circumstances which led to the accident.

Whether you need to take time away from work, change your lifestyle or home as the result of having to accommodate physical changes or need long term care, you deserve to have your accident recognised and a guarantee made that the situation or circumstances which led to that accident will not happen again.

Accident Advice Helpline can seek a claim for compensation on your behalf if you have been the victim of an accident which you were not responsible for. A 30 second test could quickly establish the validity of your claim and thereafter that claim can be quickly and efficiently processed leaving you free to recuperate without financial worry.

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