There is no such thing as a client who wants their compensation in Lincolnshire case to be handled by a personal injury lawyer who does not have the experience and expertise to provide a first class professional legal service.
Let’s say you have suffered a head injury in some sort of accident or incident that was not your fault. You would obviously want a specialist to handle your claim so that you could increase your chances of obtaining compensation for head injuries in Lincolnshire.
Have you sustained head injuries in Lincolnshire?
Making a claim is really easy to organise and very straightforward to sort out. All you have to do is call the highly respected and well established law firm Accident Advice Helpline. Our team of friendly, professional advisers will be able to assist you with your claim and lead you through the legal process until you receive your compensation.
Of course, there are many different types of head injury that people can suffer. Here are some examples of how head injuries can happen in Lincolnshire and how we can help.
Accidents on construction sites
New homes, shops and offices are being built in Lincolnshire all the time. The construction industry reports many head injuries, and some people consider it to be one of the more dangerous sectors to work in. The introduction of comprehensive health and safety laws and guidelines has improved the situation for workers greatly, but head injuries on construction sites remain an all too common occurrence. Some examples of accidents where head injuries can be suffered in Lincolnshire construction sites include:
- Faulty equipment and machinery;
- Falls from scaffolding;
- Being struck on the head by falling objects;
- Falls from ladders;
- Falls from high working platforms;
- Accidents involving vehicles; and
- Being hit by collapsing trenches and holes.
If you have suffered a head injury on a construction site, and you weren’t at fault, there’s a good chance that you’ll be able to obtain compensation.
Slips, trips and falls in the street
Lincolnshire is a very pleasant area to walk around. For most people this is a perfectly safe and pleasant pastime which keeps them fit and healthy. However, for some it can end in a nasty fall. Some people fall over loose paving stones, protruding manhole covers and so on. A fall in the street can result in some very nasty injuries, and these have included:
- Dislocated thumb;
- Fractured wrist;
- Twisted knee;
- Broken ankle;
- Broken nose; and
- Head injury.
If you have experienced head injuries in Lincolnshire that was not your fault, Accident Advice Helpline can help you to make a claim. Contact us now on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile and find out more.
Date Published: 11th September 2013
Author: Sharon Parry