A nippy swim!
For 50 years, Coverack residents and visitors have taken part in a Christmas tradition – a quick swim in the sea on Christmas Day. A proud and welcoming community — something you can witness just from their community website — this village sees many people visit every year, taking in the delights of one of the most far-flung communities in the UK.
But, no matter where you travel, why you travel or how you travel, you should be safe and free from harm as much as reasonably possible. When these precautionary steps are not taken and regulations or guidelines not followed, it can leave things open to chance. The chances are that you could be hurt, or worse still you could face fatal injuries.
If you have been injured, contact Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 as we have the right injury solicitor in Coverack to help you.
Do we ‘cover’ certain types of accidents?
We deal with a whole range of accidents, from the very minor to the most severe cases you can think of. We also help people claim compensation for illnesses, diseases and injuries they sustained as a result of unsafe work practices.
To get the legal help and advice of an injury solicitor in Coverack, you will need to show that the accident in which you were involved was caused through no fault of your own. It could be through someone else’s actions or negligence, for example.
What about injuries? How severe do they need to be?
Some of our clients suffered minor injuries that had a short-term impact on their daily lives. However, others who have benefitted from the representation of an injury solicitor in Coverack have suffered a number of complex injuries, the effects and impacts of which will be felt on a long-term basis.
Providing the injury was caused as a direct result of the accident or incident, it could form part of your compensation claim.
What about medical assessments?
Here at Accident Advice Helpline, we find that medical assessments are rarely required, only being used in very complex cases. In order to be able to make a compensation claim, you will need to have been treated by a suitably qualified medical practitioner – this can be your GP or your local hospital. Frequently, the opinion of these medical practitioners as to the severity of your injury or injuries is sufficient.
If you have been hurt, and you think that you are entitled to compensation, why not call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500?