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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

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    Injury Lawyer Chivenor


    Injury Lawyer Chivenor

    What are the most common causes of compensation claims? If you have suffered an accident and are looking to engage the services of an injury lawyer in Chivenor, they will have a few options for you; but do not feel that you are alone as every day thousands of people are approaching compensation claim providers with the same problems as yourself. The most common types of injury claims are as follows.

    The five most common type of injury claim.

    • Road accidents either as a passenger, pedestrian or driver.
    • Accidents at work.
    • Clinical negligence.
    • Work related accidents or illnesses.
    • Slips trips and falls.

    These are just some of the claim types that an injury lawyer in Chivenor may encounter. Others can include:

    • Faulty products.
    • Assault or abuse.
    • Attacks and injuries caused by horses, dogs and other animals.
    • Sporting injuries.
    • Injuries that occurred whilst on holiday.
    • Accidents occurring whilst travelling on public transport.

    If your accident fits into any of the above categories then you should speak to an injury lawyer or other professional body and find out if you are entitled to claim for personal injury compensation.

    Injury lawyer Chivenor- Where to get help.

    If approaching an injury lawyer in Chivenor direct, does not appeal to you and you prefer the anonymity of dealing with someone from a distance then call Accident Advice Helpline and get no obligation advice from one of our trained advisors. We are here to answer your questions twenty four hours a day seven days a week. You can call on 0800 689 0500 form a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile and your call will place you under absolutely no obligation. We have the support of Esther Rantzen who has been a campaigner for consumer rights in the United Kingdom for many years and we work alongside over two hundred legal partners all of whom offer a No win No fee* policy to our clients.

    What do we need to know?

    To offer you advice and to help you pursue a claim we will first ask three questions: when did the accident happen, was it your fault and what was the injury you suffered as a result. The current legal timescale for claiming compensation is three years; so if you have had an accident a while ago and are still considering a compensation claim then call us now before it is too late. We will be able to confirm your eligibility to make a claim and also give you an idea of what you may be entitled to, using a claims calculator. This is only ever a guide and should not be treated as a guarantee.

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    No-Win No-Fee: *Subject to insurance costs. Fee payable if case not pursued at client's request.