Injury lawyer in Cheam


Have you been injured in Cheam? Was your injury sustained in an accident that wasn’t your fault? Do you know somebody who has been injured in an accident in Cheam?

If so, you or they could be eligible to make a claim for financial compensation. An injury lawyer in Cheam can help in this instance, and empower the claimant with invaluable information about their rights to make a claim, plus:

  • Information on the average payout for the type of injury and the circumstances surrounding the injury
  • Information on the estimated length of time until a payout (this will be an industry average, because all case times vary)
  • Information on the next steps and the claim process – there’s no obligation to proceed after discussing your case with your injury lawyer in Cheam.


Cheam is a village in the London Borough of Sutton, England. It’s divided into two parts – North Cheam and South Cheam. North Cheam is the retail sector of the village with a number of high-street shops and supermarkets while South Cheam – and Cheam Village – are more residential areas. Cheam is a delightful village with lots of rustic charm and intriguing architecture, as well as a number of listed buildings such as Lumley Chapel.

Accidents and injuries in Cheam

Cheam is a small village relative to Greater London and as such accidents and injuries are fairly isolated. In fact most accidents happen in neighbouring Sutton and across larger villages and towns close to London. There hasn’t been a major accident in Cheam reported by the media for a number of years, although on the 28th February this year a man was taken to hospital after being hit by a motorcycle in a suspected hit and run in North Cheam and on the 3rd February this year there was a car crash at Cheam on the A217 junction.

Like all villages in the United Kingdom, accidents are largely made up of road traffic accidents, slips, trips and falls and accidents in the work place. These accidents can cause a wide range of injuries, from the most minor to the most severe. If you have been involved in any of these accidents and you have been injured as a result, and the accident was not your fault, you may be eligible to claim and have a strong case to make a claim for financial compensation – and remember, it’s your legal right to make a claim.

Discuss your case with an injury lawyer in Cheam today to find out more about the claims process, your eligibility, case strength and information on the next steps by calling the 24/7 Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.

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