There are several people that may be involved in your injury in Horndon on the Hill claims. They will all play a vital role in helping you with your injury and with helping you to make a claim for the compensation that you deserve. Some of these people are listed here.
Injury in Horndon on the Hill claims – medical help
You may be provided with emergency medical assistance at the scene of your accident. If you are seriously injured then someone may have called an ambulance for you. In some circumstances a paramedic will arrive before the ambulance and start your treatment immediately. Your condition will be stabilised so that it is safe to transport you to hospital and you may be offered some pain relief. Your treatment will then continue at the Accident and Emergency Department where you may also have some X-rays or other tests.
In other injury in Horndon on the Hill claims you do not need any emergency treatment. You will seek some medical help by visiting your own family doctor. Your doctor will be able to help you with pain relief and will decide whether you need any further tests.
Injury in Horndon on the Hill claims – legal help
If your accident was caused by someone else then you may be considering starting an injury in Horndon on the Hill claim. A law firm like Accident Advice Helpline can help with this. They can give you all of the legal support and advice that you will need. They will allocate you your own personal injury lawyer who will guide you through the legal process and will let you know what sort of information you need to provide and at what stage. They will also try and handle as much of the paperwork as they can on your behalf. This service can be provided on a no win no fee basis so that you do not have to pay up front legal fees to get the process started.
Injury in Horndon on the Hill claims – witness help
If someone was with you when you had the accident or saw the accident happen then they can provide help to you in a number of ways and they may be referred to as a witness. If your accident happened in work then they may be a work colleague. If you suffered a car accident or a slip, trip or fall in the street then they may have just been a passer-by.
Immediately after the accident they can help you by making sure that you are in no further danger. This may take the form of directing traffic away from the scene if you have been hurt in a road traffic accident. Then they can help you further by calling for an ambulance and waiting with you until it arrives. They may even call a member of your family for you. Finally, as your claim progresses they can provide a statement about what happened.
If you want to discuss your accident in more detail then make sure you get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline. Our expert advisers can be reached on 0800 689 0500 now.