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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Injury claim in High Wycombe

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    Injury claim in High Wycombe

    Injury claim in High Wycombe

    There are many types of accidents for which you might not have been responsible, and if this is the case, you can claim compensation for personal injuries. You can make an injury claim in High Wycombe, or anywhere else in the UK, at any time within three years of the accident but it is best not to delay.

    You might, just before you read this, have been thinking about looking through the local Buckinghamshire telephone directory to find an solicitor, or you could be using one hand to type injury claim in High Wycombe into the search box of your browser because your other arm is in plaster after an accident.

    Train accidents

    Train accidents can happen for a number of reasons, almost none of which can be blamed on passengers. For example, a piece of track may not have been well maintained and there could be a derailment, or signals might have failed and there may have been a collision between two trains. Sometimes, in severe weather, a tree could fall on the track and cause an accident. Train passengers can sustain a wide range of injuries in a train accident, for which they can claim compensation.

    You may have slipped, tripped or fallen due to liquid spilled in the aisle of a passenger train and sustained an injury and if you were injured, you can claim compensation for your injury. The seat you sat on could have had a sharp object nestling inside it, and you may have suffered lacerations or a more serious injury because of this.

    There could also be accidents at stations. The platform may be icy and you could have fallen badly and broken some bones. The rail authority have an obligation to ensure the safety of staff and passengers so you may be able to claim for this as well.

    Accident injury claim in High Wycombe

    No matter what kind of accident you have had – as long as you were not responsible for it – you may be able to claim compensation for your injury. Instead of typing injury claim in High Wycombe into your search box, you could have saved time by coming straight here. Accident Advice Helpline is a law firm with a team of  in-house solicitors who deal with compensation claims, and who have a proven track record.

    Here on our website you can take the 30second test which gives you an idea of how much compensation you could receive for your injury. However, this is an estimate only, as each claim is individual with unique circumstances.

    Once you have taken the test, why not give us a ring on 0800 689 0500  from a landline, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile, and we can give you advice on how to proceed further.

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