Little Walsingham and Great Walsingham used to be places of pilgrimage as people (before the dissolution of the monasteries, would flock to Walsingham Abbey seeking help and a cure for their ills. Now, in the twenty first century, people seek to make an injury claim Little in Walsingham for example, when they have been diagnosed with an illness which they can prove was caused by another person’s negligence. Such illnesses could be work-related ones and a successful injury claim in Little Walsingham, or elsewhere, could be made against an employer who had failed in his or her duty to protect the health and safety of his or her employees.
Injury claim in Little Walsingham
You may be considering filing an injury claim in Little Walsingham (or one in any other location in Britain) because you have been injured in an accident that you and your injury lawyer can prove was not your fault, but the responsibility of another person.
Making an injury claim
The first step to take to file an injury claim Little in Walsingham, or one from any other UK location, is to find an injury lawyer to represent you. You need to find one who has experience and expertise in handling the type of claim you wish to make. There are all kinds of accidents, injuries and illnesses so you need an injury lawyer who has a good track record of winning the maximum amount of compensation possible for the type of accident and injury (or illness) which you have had. It’s not much use hiring an injury lawyer who specialises in accidents at work if you have had a road traffic accident, for example.
You will also, probably, need an injury lawyer who works on a no-win, no fee basis, as there is no longer any legal aid for personal injury compensation claim cases. This was abolished in 1995.
You will need to provide your injury lawyer with various documents such as your medical report, a police report if they were involved and pay slips to prove loss of earnings. If you have photographs taken at the scene of the accident then these could be used as supporting evidence, as could before and after photographs of you and your injuries.
You may be asked to have another medical examination so that a professional second opinion regarding your recovery can be obtained.
Accident Advice Helpline
For expert legal advice regarding any personal injury compensation claim, you can call us at Accident Advice Helpline on one of our freephone numbers. As the lines are open all the time, you can call whenever it is convenient for you to do so. The numbers to ring are 0800 689 0500 from a landline and 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. Why not give us a ring right now for expert legal advice?
Date Published: 12th November 2013
Author: David Brown