Injury lawyer in Puddletown
Puddletown is a village in Dorset. The village population is about 1,177. The Old Manor, also known as Ilsington House, on the east side of Puddletown is a Grade II Listed country house. It is one of very few William and Mary style houses in Dorset.
If you live in Puddletown, or anywhere else, there may come a time when you are the innocent victim of an accident, injured through no fault of your own. If that happens, you may want to make a personal injury compensation claim using an injury lawyer in Puddletown.
An injury lawyer in Puddletown may have to deal with various concerns
An injury lawyer in Puddletown might have to deal with various concerns when making your personal injury compensation claim. This could be any one of a number of organisations, but the most common are:
- Motor insurance
- Motor Insurers Bureau
- Public liability insurers
- Employers liability insurance
- Product liability insurers
- Local Authorities
- Health Trusts
These are just a few of them and you can see from the list that if you wanted to make a compensation claim, more than half the organisations you may have to deal with are insurance companies.
The types of insurance an injury lawyer in Puddletown may have to deal with
Motor Insurance – you cannot drive on UK roads without motor insurance. A good motor insurance policy may cover:
- Your Vehicle
- Goods in your vehicle up to a specified value
- Liability cover for the driver, passenger and any third parties
Of course they cover other things as well, but these are the important items if you need to make a compensation claim.
Motor Insurers Bureau – they are not an insurance company but they are there to make sure that if the other driver was not insured, you do not lose out.
Public liability insurance – this is the sort of insurance that you would be paid by for a compensation claim, if you fell over an uneven pavement, slipped down some stairs in the shops because they were wet and there were no warning signs. Basically it is meant to cover any member of the public in most situations, if they are injured through no fault of their own.
Employers Liability Insurance – most employers, there are a few exceptions such as government departments, legally have to have employers liability insurance. This is in case you have an accident in the workplace or contract an industrial illness.
Product Liability Insurance – this covers manufacturers, producers, importers, wholesalers, retailers, in fact anyone selling a product, against personal injury claims if a defective product causes harm
Some sort of insurance covers most organisations.
We will help with your compensation claim
Accident Advice Helpline will make your compensation claim on your behalf. We have being doing this for over 13 years and have the experience and knowledge needed to deal with these big organisations, and ensure they pay you the compensation you are entitled to.
You can contact us on our freephone number, 0800 180 4123, where you will find friendly and professional advisors, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, there to help you.
Date Published: 21st October 2013
Author: David Brown