Have you been hurt or injured in accident that was not your fault? Was somebody else responsible for this accident?
And did this accident happen within the last three years?
If you have answered yes to these questions and you live in the Goathland area of North Yorkshire then you need to speak to the injury claim in Goathland team at Accident Advice Helpline.
Injury claim in Goathland – part of our North Yorkshire legal services
Sometimes accidents simply just happen. There is no way of avoiding them and there are just an unfortunate part of life. However this is not the case in all situations. Sometimes accidents happen as a result of another person’s wrongful actions or neglect. Sometimes other people cause accidents and when this happens it is only fair that the injured party claim injury compensation.
That’s where the Injury claim in Goathland team at Accident Advice Helpline step into help. They are here to give people the expert legal advice that they need and let them know if they are eligible to make an injury compensation claim.
Starting the claim process
When you have been the unfortunate innocent victim of an accident and you are suffering from painful injuries making an injury claim will probably be the last thing from your mind.
However, as soon as you feel ready and well enough to start the process you should contact the injury claim in Goathland team at Accident Advice Helpline. Making a claim for injury compensation is something you can and should do as soon as possible.
We ensure that making a claim for injury compensation straight forward and simple for you as we do all the hard work.
Benefits you may not have thought about
As well as getting you the money you need to make your life easier, claiming injury compensation can also have other benefits that you may not have thought about:
- When your case is won, the person or company who caused your injury will be under close scrutiny from their governing bodies, management and customers to see that their practices improve
- In the case of a road traffic accident, this may mean the person loses their no claims bonus, has to retake their test or even gets a driving ban, ensuring they are forced to take the matter seriously and improve their practices
- In the case of an employer or public building owner, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) will probably get involved and ensure that the building or workplace is making adequate changes to avoid a reoccurrence of the situation
- By forcing people, businesses and building operators to take responsibility for their actions, you are helping to ensure the safety of others who come into contact with them in the future
So for expert legal advice about a possible claim call Accident Advice Helpline today on: 0800 689 0500 from a landline or: 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 25th August 2013