Making an injury claim in Kibworth
The village of Kibworth in Leicestershire may not be the first place to look for personal injury solicitors. If you have been searching on the term injury claim Kibworth, you may not find one on your doorstep, but you can gather much information online, which will help you to decide whether you can process your injury claim from the convenience of your lap top or mobile device. You’ll find answers here and should you need to go one step further and engage a solicitor to make your claim for you, we can help with that too.
Do you need to make an injury claim in Kibworth?
Life is so peaceful in the country, with that quiet rural living. Or is it? If the local hunt goes thundering over your back fence and knocks you flying, injuring you whilst you were trying to stack the bonfire, would you have a compensation claim against them? Supposing you suffered from concussion for a week, or worse, broke a limb? Suppose you were quietly pedalling to the local newsagent for the Sunday papers and some road hog swings across the white line and pitches you into the ditch. Your injuries might keep you off work for a few weeks, even if you worked from home.
Check out your situation with our friendly knowledgeable advisors. If you are not sure if you have a valid claim or not, they will be able to tell you and should you need the advice of a solicitor ask us about that too. You can reach us on our 24 hour 7-day-per-week helpline on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.
First aid for Concussion
Concussion usually causes the victim to lose consciousness for a while. On waking, the victim may feel dizzy, have no memory of the event that caused it and have a headache along with the painful bump.
A concussion casualty should be seen by a qualified medic or taken to A&E to be properly assessed. If the concussion happened on the sports field, the casualty should not play again until the doctor signs him off.