Slipping – no laughing matter
Remember those silly sketches in children’s books and on slapstick comedy shows of the person slipping on the proverbial banana skin? For some reason, bananas have become synonymous with slipping over, providing onlookers and practical jokers with a perfect tool for amusement.
But slipping or tripping over is no laughing matter. As our injury solicitor in Coylton will tell you, people can be seriously hurt. Of course we are not talking about banana skins, but are instead talking about:
- Loose paving stones;
- Loose kerb edging;
- Trailing wires;
- Puddles of water or other liquid; and
- Other items on the floor, unseen and unmarked.
How can our injury solicitor in Coylton help you?
Here at Accident Advice Helpline, we have an enviable team of solicitors, all of whom are specialists in many aspects of compensation claims and personal injuries. By calling us on 0800 689 0500, you too could have access to one of legal team, offering representation for your compensation case that is second to none.
Get your facts straight!
To make a compensation claim for your personal injury or injuries, you will need to know the three undisputable facts of personal injury law:
- The accident in which you were injured must not have been your own fault;
- You must have sought medical attention for your injuries; and
- You have a deadline. Claims for compensation must be submitted within three years of the date of the accident, otherwise it’s impossible to claim.
How much compensation will my injury solicitor in Coylton ask for?
Figures of previous compensation awards on our website are for guidance only. Each and every single compensation case our injury solicitor in Coylton submits is unique and individual, so compensation amounts will vary significantly. Not everyone suffers the same injuries and not everyone suffers the same long-term impacts.
But what you can be assured of is that each and every time we take on a compensation case, we do our utmost to claim the maximum amount of compensation for you!
It won’t make the pain go away
We know that a compensation cheque will not make your pain or injury go away, and this is not why we encourage you to make a claim. Compensation is a form of financial justice. If someone else has hurt you – even though their actions may not have been intentional – you are still suffering the consequences.
Call us to find out more on 0800 689 0500!
Date Published: 7th January 2014
Author: David Brown