Hounslow is a town within the London borough of the same name. It’s actually in Greater London rather than the centre of the city, out towards the west of the city itself. With that said, it’s still only 10 miles from Charing Cross. Add to that the fact its population numbers around 66,000, and you can see that locating Hounslow accident claim solicitors might be easier than you’d at first suppose.
There are countless reasons why you might want to speak to a solicitor with experience in making such claims for their clients. However, some accidents leading to injuries are more common than others. We’ve all heard of slips, trips and falls, and these very often lead someone to find out about claiming via a solicitor.
Are slips, trips and falls really that dangerous?
They can be. If you think of falls, for example, they can happen on ground level. You could slip or trip on a hazard and fall over as a result. If you can’t catch yourself or break your fall in any way, your injuries might be worse than they could otherwise have been. Broken bones, facial injuries and other similarly painful injuries can easily result. A fall from a height can be more serious, depending on the height involved.
Going back to slips and trips, plenty of people have done this and got away without any injuries. However, in some cases, people have been injured in this situation – and it can happen if a hazardous situation was allowed to develop or remain, and that situation led to injury. Think of a slippery, wet floor or a raised paving stone or frayed carpet edge – both of which could cause someone to slip or trip.
Could you claim for your slip, trip or fall?
There is only one sure way to find out, and that’s by contacting a lawyer experienced in handling cases like this. You don’t need to go searching for Hounslow accident claim solicitors though. When you are just one phone call away from chatting with an advisor at Accident Advice Helpline, finding information is easier than you think.
Call now on 0800 689 0500 and see if you have the opportunity to claim. If so, one of our lawyers could take things forward based on the no win, no fee model – with zero fees to pay to solicitors if you don’t succeed.
Date Published: 19th October 2014