Mildenhall in Suffolk is a small town and civil parish with a population of around 10,000 people, most famous for being the home of RAF Mildenhall, an airbase used almost exclusively by the United States Air Force. There is another RAF base just slightly further north called RAF Lakenheath which is used by the RAF itself. If you’d like to make an injury claim in Mildenhall because of an injury sustained there, Accident Advice Helpline would like to hear from you.
What kind of accident could have happened?
When it comes to making a claim for compensation, if it happened in the last three years, you received medical attention for your injuries, and somebody else was responsible, you could be eligible to make a claim with our help. Sometimes accidents happen when you least expect them, and you could have been doing something very simple such as shopping for groceries on the high street when you did not see a hazard placed in your way. If this hazard should not have been there and was dangerous in nature, the resulting injuries could mean a compensation claim can be made.
We have all heard about accidents caused by a failure to put out a yellow warning sign on a wet floor for example, but something as simple as this can genuinely cause accidents. Often when people fall over they reach out to protect themselves and fracture a wrist, and so a seemingly small accident can cause more serious injuries than you may expect.
We also hear from people who want to make an injury claim in Mildenhall who have been hurt in road traffic collisions caused by other drivers, as well as pedestrians who have been hurt walking along the pavement. If you did not put yourself in a position of danger and were hurt by someone else’s actions, this is often the basis of a claim.
Accident Advice Helpline can help you make an injury claim in Mildenhall
You could start an injury claim in Mildenhall today by calling the UK’s largest personal injury specialist law firm on 0800 689 0500 (or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile). You don’t need any money to start a claim as there are no upfront fees, and you will not be pushed into making a claim you do not want to as everyone is eligible to receive no-obligation, free initial advice from our advisors.
Date Published: 20th February 2017
Author: Rob Steen