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    Injury Claim in Little Malvern


    Making an injury claim in Little Malvern

     

    The Malvern Hills in the heart of England’s shire counties are typical of the gentle rolling green landscape that inspired writers and composers over centuries. The great English composer Edward Elgar is buried in the church at Little Malvern. He wrote iconic pieces such as Land of Hope and Glory, which is forever identified with the classical English identity and played each year at the closing night of The Promenade Concerts at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Of course, this is nothing to do with making an injury claim in Little Malvern, but it goes to illustrate how far such things are from our minds when we are going about our daily business, working through our mundane agendas. This is a perfectly normal state of affairs, until life hits us broadside and we are forced to search for a legal expert to file an accident injury claim.

     

    Who can help me with my injury claim in Little Malvern?

    Luckily you’ve landed on a great site to help you find what you need to know. Before you talk to any personal injury solicitor at all, you can find out a good deal about preparing to make an injury claim in Little Malvern from our online tools.

     

    Open Claim Calculator

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    To check if your claim qualifies. Take the 30-second test and answer these 3 questions:

    Was the accident somebody else’s fault?

    Did you need medical attention at the time, as a result of the accident?

    Did it happen within three years?

    (Claims for accidents at sea must be made within two years)

    If you pass the 30-second test the next thing you can do is use the compensation calculator to see how much compensation is awarded for injuries like yours, and what you could get paid, if a personal injury solicitor takes your case and wins.

     

    Do I need to appoint a solicitor to handle my injury claim in Little Malvern?

    At this stage you can’t say yeah or nay. The best thing to do now is talk to one of our trained advisers who can explain the claims process to you and guide you through it. If it turns out you need an accident solicitor to prepare your case, we can find one for you from our nationwide network of legal experts. Call us on 0800 689 0500 or on 0333 500 0993 or simply text “CLAIM365” to 88010 and we’ll come back to you. When you start your claim, you won’t have to pay any money up front because all our legal partners work on a no win, no fee basis.

     

    Date Published: 26th October 2013

    Author: David Brown

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