Making a claim for compensation following an accident is quite a daunting experience. One of the first things that your injury lawyer in Castle Donnington will ask you is who was to blame for your accident? Deciding who is or is not at fault can be one of the most tasking parts of this area of the law.
Deciding who was at fault.
- In the experience of many personal injury solicitors, people tend to look at accident claims in one of two ways: it was no fault of yours and somebody else is clearly to blame, or it appears that no one is at fault, it is not down to you and it is not down to them.
- It was no fault of yours and somebody else is clearly to blame
If your own accident claim fits in this category then the case is more straightforward as there is a third party against whom you can make a claim.
- It appears that no one is at fault: it is not down to you and it is not down to them.
You may have searched for help with your no-fault claim as it appears that no-one is to blame and you have not been lucky in finding help.
If either of the above scenarios fit in with your situation then you can make a claim you just need to get some experienced advice. Accident Advice Helpline have been advising and assisting people with all kinds of accident claims for over ten years. Call them on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile and get some no obligation advice before you proceed.
No fault car accidents.
If you were involved in an accident with another vehicle and it appears that it was simply an accident: that neither you or the other driver is to blame and you both feel that way. Then it is still worth getting help: other factors may have caused your accident such as poor road maintenance or inaccurate signage, both failings on the part of the local authority and which an experienced injury lawyer in Castle Donnington could make a case out of.
No-Fault Fall Claims.
Imagine you are in a shopping centre and you fall on the stairs. You are an adult used to negotiating stairs and you understand the risks related to stairs. There was no sign warning of any danger, nor would you expect there to be. You fell and sustained an injury, yet it doesn’t seem to be anybody’s fault. However, you were in privately owned premises and a consequence of that, is that the owner of those premises may have a responsibility for your care. This is another case in which you need to get expert help – speaking to your injury lawyer in Castle Donnington – as you may be perfectly entitled to some compensation for your accident.
If any of the above situations affects you then call Accident Advice Helpline today and find out what you may be entitled to.
For all of your injury lawyer Castle Donnington needs contact us today on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.