Working with the Accident Advice Helpline, we obtain over £35 million each and every year for our clients in compensation pay outs. We also have one of the highest success rates in the whole of the United Kingdom.
Accidents can and do happen to anybody, anywhere and the effects they leave can be anything from mild injuries to catastrophic life long ailments or even fatalities and it’s for this reason we take our position as injury solicitors so seriously.
When accidents arise in a public place or the workplace, the chances are that someone is to blame for that accident, whether it be an employer, council, landlord or shop manager, those who have control over properties have a duty of care by law to ensure members of the public are entirely safe. This means that all machinery must be regularly maintained, repairs which are needed must be done immediately, in the workplace correct training, uniforms and breaks must be given and safety notices should be visible in shops, on streets and also in the workplace to give warning of any hazards in the vicinity. It is usually when this has not been done that your injury solicitor in Brighouse can pursue a person or company for compensation on your behalf with no money needed upfront.
We have friendly and dedicated staff members who are contactable 24/7 on freephone number 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 for mobile calls who will offer you totally free, no obligation advice so you are fully aware from the beginning just what your rights are.
Injury Solicitors in Brighouse endeavour to make the whole process run as smoothly as possible by doing all the paperwork on your behalf and if the case permits even attend court for you. We fight hard so you won’t have to.
To view more information on our injury solicitors in Brighouse, log on to our website today at www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk where we keep all our information fully updated as times and laws change. Our website also has the very handy tool of a compensation calculator which, upon your input, will return a figure to you immediately of just how much your case could be worth in a court of law. To contact us, you can either phone our free phone numbers or fill out our basic application form online which comprises of 6 questions and takes 30 seconds to complete.
Date Published: 21st December 2013
Author: Clare P