How many ways can you think of that you could suffer injuries in Manchester? If you’ve been hurt in an accident already, that situation will be the first one that comes to mind. However, there are chances to be hurt in many ways, especially when you consider Manchester has a population of over half a million people. This means it’s busy almost all the time, even though most people aren’t injured in the average year.
Some injuries are caused by pure bad luck. Sometimes things happen and there could be no reason for them to occur at all. However, many accidents do have a cause and someone is guilty for causing them. If you are hurt because of a third party’s actions, there is a chance compensation might end up being the outcome for you.
Examples of possible injuries in Manchester
Accidents on the roads are among the more frequent things to happen. Anyone can lose concentration from time to time, and while most cases won’t result in an accident, something can go wrong very quickly indeed.
Work accidents might also happen, although the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 means it is very unlikely they would occur. It’s rare for someone to be injured when they are doing their job. Another more common accident that can happen anywhere is a slip, trip or fall. These are among the most frequently occurring accidents that can result in all manner of injuries. Cuts, bruises, sprained ankles or wrists and broken bones are just a few of the things that can be experienced in this situation.
Coming to Accident Advice Helpline for assistance
Accident Advice Helpline has a free enquiry line you can use if you’ve sustained injuries in Manchester, no matter how it occurred. Just be sure you call within three years of the accident taking place, because this will give you time to make a claim. Any later than that, and you could miss out on the chance to get compensation for a good claim.Open Claim Calculator
Anyone who has suffered any kinds of injuries in Manchester can contact us now for free, no-obligation advice on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. Accident Advice Helpline has been considering cases of all kinds since 2000, and will continue to do so to help give people the chance to claim compensation when they are entitled to it.