Self-proclaimed as England’s largest village, Cranleigh is an affluent area of Surrey home to around 11,500 people. Of all the residents here, an unusually large percentage of 44% own their homes outright, and a further 33% own with a loan. 2,089 of the houses in the village are detached properties and a further 1,137 are semi-detached properties, with just 667 terraced homes and 881 apartments.
Our injury solicitor in Cranleigh knows that whatever property you live in, whatever your income or class, you still have the same chance of being injured in an accident which was not your fault. Whether you bank balance is healthy or not does not come into it when we take on your case to fight for justice in the form of compensation.
We are the personal injury specialists, with solicitors with expertise in all aspects of personal injury, including slips, trips and falls, road traffic accidents, accidents at work, and industrial disease, all of whom work to a no win no fee policy. In total, our injury solicitors obtain clients over £35 million each year.
We know that accidents can arise for a catalogue of reasons and the effects can vary from fairly insignificant to severe, life-long and even fatal. We will take the time to fully investigate the circumstances surrounding your accident to pinpoint the source and the person liable — this could be an employer, motorist, landlord or council.
To be eligible for compensation, your accident must have happened within the last three years (except in some cases of industrial disease) and also must not have been your own doing. British law states you should be financially compensated for incidents like this, and who better to assist your claim than our injury solicitor in Cranleigh? We are accredited by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers and Lexcel, the Law Society.
Call today on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile, to speak in confidence with one of our advisors. There is never any obligation to proceed with a claim.
Alternatively, explore our website at www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk to use the 30-second test to discover your eligibility to claim in seconds, as well as the amount you could receive.