Wedmore is a village and civil parish in the county of Somerset, England. It is situated on raised ground, in the Somerset Levels between the River Axe and River Brue, often called the Isle of Wedmore. It forms part of Sedgemoor district. The parish consists of three main villages: Wedmore, Blackford and Theale, with 14 hamlets including Bagley, Cocklake, Mudgley, Panborough and Sand. Wedmore has a population of 3,145. Ife is generally quiet and calm paced on the scenic Isle of Wedmore but even in the most easy going environments accidents can still happen and this is why Accident Advice Helpline has their Injury Lawyer in Wedmore.
Injury Lawyer in Wedmore
The Injury Lawyer Wedmore team is a team of Injury Lawyers working in-house at Accident Advice Helpline. They can help you seek cash compensation if;
- You have been hurt or injured in an accident that was not your own fault but the fault of someone else.
- You suffered this accident within the last three years.
- You received medical treatment or attention for you injuries.
The Injury Lawyer in Wedmore has experience of dealing with all different types of injuries including sporting injuries.
Have you been injured playing sport? If so, then you may be eligible to make a personal injury claim with us.
When a person is playing or watching sport, there is a level of risk to which they are consenting. Some injuries caused by sports accidents are simply part of the game.
However when someone is hurt playing sport and the injury is not part of normal play, then it may be possible to make a personal injury claim. This is for the pain, suffering and difficulty you have suffered. You may also be eligible to claim special damages, the losses or expenses you have incurred as a result of the injury.
You do not have to be a professional to be able to make a sporting injury claim. Even if you are playing sport just for fun, if you were hurt and the injury is somebody else’s fault, you are entitled to claim compensation You will need to show that somebody else was responsible for your injury and that they had a duty of care over you. You’ll then have to show that you were injured because of their negligence and that your injury was reasonably foreseeable in that context.
To give you the best chance of doing this, speak to anyone who was around at the time – other players, spectators, the referee, any staff around, or anyone who saw what happened. Take their details and their account of what happened. Also take a photo of the place where the incident happened.
For more information, contact our Injury Lawyer in Wedmore at Accident Advice Helpline.