Accidents happen. It is just one of those things, right? Well, yes and no. While it is certainly true that accidents do happen (it is an unfortunate likelihood that somebody you know just got hurt in one while you are reading this), it is decidedly not ‘just one of those things’.
Head injury in Oxfordshire cases
No matter where you are in the country, no matter what you are doing, accidents can never be seen as being ‘just one of those things’. They are not something to be ignored or swept under the carpet, they are an increasing threat in the UK and I do mean threat.
They are a threat because people get hurt, even killed, every single day in the UK because of somebody else’s negligence.
Head injury in Oxfordshire specialists see it all the time; people getting into accidents, through no fault of their own, and picking themselves up and carrying on with life with a brand new scar, or worse, to show for it.
While this never-say-never attitude is to be applauded, safety measures cannot improve if the companies behind them do not enforce or even use them at all. One way the personal injury claims industry has helped to shape the future of safety measures, is by opening the wallets of the companies and individuals whose errors and negligence are causing the accidents in the first place.
Esther Rantzen, consumer rights’ champion
Esther Rantzen recognises this and has personally recommended one of the biggest names in the industry to date – Accident Advice Helpline.
Accident injury in Oxfordshire solicitors, and others around the UK, working with the Accident Advice Helpline are always ready and willing to take on cases for the little guy, whether the case be a large or a small one; Accident Advice Helpline firmly believe that they are all worth fighting for.
It is really easy to get started with a claim with them too, all you need are a few basic details about the accident and when it happened. If it occurred within the past three years, and it was not your fault then you are pretty much good to go.
There are a few ways to get your claim started, and the online qualification test literally takes seconds (30 in fact). Aside from the test, there is also an online claim form. This form is very basic and should take no longer than a minute to complete, it is just a few basic questions about you and what happened. Once completed and sent, the form will be acted upon as soon as one of our team reads it; they will then get back to you for an informal chat.
Advice given by the Helpline is always free, and you are under no obligation to carry on with your no win no fee* claim once the advice has been given; so you really have nothing to lose, but everything to gain.
You can also call us on 0800 689 0500 (free from a landline) to discuss your head injury in Oxfordshire.
Date Published: 30th June 2013
Author: David Brown