The village of Longnor in Staffordshire Peak District is located on the B5053 road from Cheadle to Buxton. Renowned for its market, the village is located near Staffordshire Moonlands and the Peak District, and it was used as a filming location for the TV show Peak Practice. Due to its rural location, finding injury lawyers in Longnor could be a challenge, so if you have been injured in an accident that was somebody else’s fault, you could get in touch with a nationwide firm of injury solicitors such as Accident Advice Helpline.
How have you been injured?
Unlike some injury lawyers in Longnor, Accident Advice Helpline has been helping people claim since 2000, and we’ve been endorsed by our patron, TV personality Esther Rantzen. Here are just a few examples of the types of accidents we have handled claims for:
- Tripping on damaged pavement in Longnor village centre – suffering a sprained ankle, broken bones or head injury
- Slipping on a wet floor at work or in a shop, resulting in a broken ankle, sprained wrist or back injuries
- Accidents at work, whilst working in an office or warehouse or on a construction site
Injured whilst taking part in organised outdoor activities
- Children injured at school or nursery (due to poor supervision or faulty equipment/toys)
Food poisoning after dining out at a bar/restaurant in the village
If you’re going to make a personal injury claim, you’ll need to move fast as there is a three-year time limit to make a claim of any kind.
Whether you have broken your hip after a slip or trip or suffered a serious back or head injury after falling from height on a construction site, you can make a personal injury claim if somebody else is to blame. Call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 to find out if you could make a claim, or take the 30-second test on our website right now, to see how much compensation you could be entitled to claim.
Injury lawyers in Longnor may charge upfront fees to make a claim, but Accident Advice Helpline’s personal injury lawyers work on a 100% no win, no fee basis, so anybody can afford to make a claim. You don’t need to have suffered life-changing injuries either – you can make a claim for any type of injury requiring medical attention, from cuts and bruises to whiplash or a back injury. You can even make a claim on behalf of your child or a family member, if they have been injured and are unable to make a claim themselves.
Date Published: 21st January 2014
Author: David Brown