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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

    Injury lawyer in Uckfield

    Personal Injury Solicitors in Uckfield

    The town of Uckfield in East Sussex is well known for its peaceful rivers and tributaries, but one thing you may not have known about it is that just like anywhere else in the UK, it has its fair share of electrocution cases.

    These are not just cases of a small shock or two, but serious electrocutions that can cause dire injuries. If this has happened to you in a case that was not your fault, you should call an injury lawyer in Uckfield to see if you have a claim for compensation.

    How to get help

    Accident Advice Helpline is one of the best places to go looking for help if you need to contact an injury lawyer in Uckfield. In fact, even if you just want our advice, you can call us on 0800 180 4123 or take the 30-second test that we provide online.

    Both of these options will put you in touch with a consultant who can tell you how to go about filing a claim, and may even be able to advise you in regards to how you could get compensation.

    So, what does the injury lawyer in Uckfield do?

    If you have been electrocuted you should definitely get in touch with a lawyer, who may be able to help you get some form of compensation for injuries, such as those listed below:

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    • Burns to the skin – Some of the most painful injuries are those inflicted by electrocution. These can include burns to the body that present as black dead skin, and though these may heal, in some cases they are so severe they leave terrible scarring.
    • Damage to the brain – Brain function is quite severely affected by electrocution and this can leave certain parts of the body or brain unable to function. If this happens to you, do not even hesitate to call an injury lawyer in Uckfield through Accident Advice Helpline, as you may need any type of compensation that we can get for you.
    • Nerve damage – Imagine not being able to use your hands anymore. This is one of the problems experienced by those who have been electrocuted, and not just in their hands but all over their bodies, due to the electrical pulse that shocks and kills their nerves.

    So, what is the resolution to being electrocuted? Why should anyone call Accident Advice Helpline to get help? Well, besides the fact that we are a trusted claims management company, we can also put you in touch with an injury lawyer in Uckfield who can take your claim to the next level. We will advise you on the best way to proceed so that even if your injury lasts for a long time, the mental scarring from the incident will not.

    Date Published: 22nd October 2013

    Author: David Brown

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