Injury claim in Piercebridge-on-Tees
Piercebridge-on-Tees is a village that dates back to Roman times and is the site of a Roman fort. It is situated a few miles from Darlington by the River Tees. Part of a Roman fort is under the village green and an excavated part of it is open to the public. The village is named after its Roman bridge, which was built as part of the defence against Brigantes. The Romans left around 410 AD and although there was no important settlement left, a few people stayed on at the fort. There are no more records of the village until 1546 when a chapel was recorded and then in the 17th century, the Duke of Cleveland demanded that all the houses on his land in Piercebridge-on-Tees be painted white. This was so if he were out in a storm, he would recognise his own buildings for shelter. Today, the village is mainly Victorian and Georgian cottages, many of them only one storey.
Why residents may want to make an injury claim in Piercebridge-on-Tees
Residents of the village may want to make an injury claim Piercebridge-on-Tees if they are injured in an accident that was not their fault. If the injuries were bad enough to need medical attention, and the accident happened within the last three years, then they may qualify to make a claim. The sorts of accidents they may be affected by include:
- Car crashes
- Motorbike accidents
- Cycle accidents
- Work related accidents
- Industrial illnesses and diseases
- Food poisoning
- Accidents in schools, college and universities
- Slip, trips and falls in a public place
- Hiking, rambling and walking accidents
- Holiday accidents
If you are involved in any of these, or any other type of accident, you may be able to make an injury claim in Piercebridge-on-Tees.
There are several things that would make up your claim
When you have an accident, the impact on your life can be devastating and the bad effects need looking at before your claim is submitted. These can be:
- Pain and suffering
- Anxiety and stress
- Loss of earnings
- Replacement of damaged goods
- Travel costs
- Medical costs
- Any other cost or loss that is a direct result of the accident
Where to make your personal injury compensation claim
Accident Advice Helpline is where to make your personal injury compensation claim. They are one of the leaders in the field and have helped many thousand of claimants get the compensation they deserved – now let them help you do the same.
Call the freephone helpline on 0800 689 0500 and discuss your accident and resulting injuries with one of our friendly advisers. They will help you all they can in making your claim, but will not put you under any press if you decide you do not want to continue.
Or you can complete the 30-second test online. This will give you some guidance as to qualification and estimate the amount you may be awarded.