Hampshire is home to many towns and villages of all sizes, and Havant is but one of them. It is located in the far south-eastern corner of the county, and is very close to the coast, where the Isle of Wight is just across the water. It is also close to Portsmouth and other major areas in the region. Some 45,000 or so people live in Havant, so if you ever wanted to find an injury solicitor in Havant you may not have too much trouble doing so.
Of course, there are easier ways of finding local services should you ever be in a position to require them. But before we come to that, let’s first focus on why you might need to look for someone in this profession in the first place.
Visiting local markets
Havant is fortunate to have a daily market in its high street – something it has in common with many other areas around the country. While not all locations have a daily market, they do have markets on-site perhaps twice or more a week. Accidents are very uncommon in such locations, but you never know when something might end up going wrong.
Market stall holders have a duty to ensure their stalls are safe and that no danger is posed to the people who visit their stalls and the market in general. For example, if someone walked past a stall just as part of it collapsed, it wouldn’t matter that they were not visiting the stall at the time. They may still have good cause to make a claim for any injuries they received during an incident like this.
What can you do to find out whether a compensation claim might work for you?
There is just one phone call you need to make in this situation – to 0800 689 0500. This puts you through to our friendly and diligent expert advisors, and they can take some details and find out more about why you’re looking for an injury solicitor in Havant in the first place.Open Claim Calculator
You will soon see why it is easier to get in touch with us this way than to try looking for someone local to wherever you live. After all, you may not live in Havant at all, but instead you were injured while you were visiting the area. Isn’t it worth learning more about it?