Burton-on-Trent has a population of over 40,000 people with a large Muslim population which forms 8.5% of the residents of the town which is much higher than the UK average according to the 2001 census. Multicultural societies are today more apparent than they have ever been and every bit the norm for our generation. Our injury solicitor in Burton-on-Trent helps all members of society who incur an accident which is not their fault through Accident Advice Helpline to receive justice, in the form of compensation. We obtain clients over £35 million each year with no money ever needed upfront and a reimbursement service also available on top of your compensation award.
There are many Muslim festivals and celebrations held in the town of Burton-on-Trent annually and these are a welcome attraction for all residents and those from surrounding areas who enjoy the spectacular array of sights, sounds and entertainment parading the streets.
Many people in close proximity, wherever in the world this is, causes crowds and therefore sometimes – accidents. Accidents in a public place usually fall under the category slips, trips and falls and these are the most common type of personal injury that our injury solicitor in Burton-on-Trent deals with, receiving over 25,000 enquiries each month from people all over the UK who have suffered a slip trip or fall.
The effects can vary greatly, from cuts and bruises to the extremely debilitating and even fatal. We have much expertise in this type of accident and by contacting us, for free, today we can not only tell you if you are eligible for compensation but also how much your award is likely to be.
Our injury solicitor in Burton-on-Trent understands that the act of falling can be extremely serious, if you are to fall and hit your hand this can cause death. It can also cause life long issues such as brain damage, memory loss, personality change and depression which could mean you may never work again and that you find day to day tasks very difficult. It brings a whole life change to you and your loved ones and is something which British law states you should be compensated for.
Our helpline is open around the clock and we always have a friendly, trained advisor waiting to take your call. Call today on 0800 689 0500 or for mobile calls 0333 500 0993 and you can begin your claim today!