Injury Solicitor in Clippesby

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Clippesby is a small, pretty village in the Great Yarmouth borough of Norfolk. Clippesby’s residents dwell in a few rows of small cottages and houses, and the village has four buildings of historical relevance — the Church of St. Peter’s, the Rectory, the Old Halland and Clippesby Hall. It is surrounded by outlying farmsteads. Farming and tourism comprise the majority of its economy, although these industries come at a price.

Farming

Farming is the most dangerous sector in which to work, resulting in more accidents each week than any other industry. Most accidents occurred within the farming industry are of a severity which will require hospital treatment and have a high chance of being fatal. There are many dangers that an injury solicitor in Clippesby will recognise, such as:

  • Exposure to large animals, e.g. horses and bulls;
  • Overexposure to harsh weather conditions;
  • Faulty electrics and wiring;
  • Machinery not properly maintained;
  • Incorrect training given;
  • Incorrect safety equipment provided; and
  • Working longer hours than European laws allow.

By contacting us today on freephone 0800 689 0500, or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993, we can establish who was responsible for your work-related accident and begin a claim for compensation with no money needed upfront. Accident Advice Helpline also offer totally free compensation advice, guidance and information with no strings attached.

Tourism

With tourism comes custom to local businesses, which boost the village’s economy. The trouble that an injury solicitor in Clippesby will see with tourism is that it increases the village’s population, so there are more people are on the streets and more motorists on the road which will hugely enhance the risk of two particular types of accidents — slips, trips and falls, and road traffic accidents.

If you have suffered an accident, we can take on your case for free and work to provide you with the maximum compensation amount possible for your accident. We also run a reimbursement service to have all financial hardships and payouts fully covered for you, and this is on top of your compensation amount.

All information can be accessed on our website at www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk, where there is also a compensation calculator which gives you an idea of how much your claim could be worth. We also have customer testimonials — read their stories and how we helped, which also reveal how much money we obtained them. Esther Rantzen fully recommends our law firm and her full endorsement can also be read on our website.

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