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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Injury solicitor in Marylebone


    I wish that my dad would have paid more attention, that would have saved him from getting injured. But, on the other hand, what happened was not totally his fault. He was on his bike and he didn’t do anything wrong. Of course, he could have paid more attention and he could have foreseen that the driver wasn’t going to stop. But he didn’t, because cars usually stop at a red light. Not this one, not this time.

     

    Dad was just in the wrong place, at the wrong time. What else can I say? He left home a bit earlier than he was planning to, because he woke up a bit before his alarm rang. He woke up to birdsong from the tree outside the window. Maybe, if the bird hadn’t been there, he wouldn’t have been injured. But we can’t think like this, this doesn’t make any sense. He had an accident because he had an accident. There is no rational cause for accidents. We can trace our steps back as far as we want, but in the end, everything happens because it happens – good things and bad things.

     

    And I am one of those people who believes that everything happens for a reason. But how can you tell someone: there’s a reason for your father’s death? You don’t, you just don’t say that. Luckily, nobody said that to me. My father survived. And nobody told me that there must have been a reason for his accident, a lesson to learn. I know that there’s a bit of good in everything bad and a bit of bad in everything good. I know that someone’s accidents can bring your family closer together, and that’s good. I know that when I get praised, my ego gets a little bigger and I become a little vain, and that’s bad.

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    My dad will be fine and I couldn’t be more thankful to faith, the universe or God. And I want to find a good injury solicitor Marylebone for him to file the personal injury claim with. He deserves the most he can get, and I want him to work with a legal advisor who can get him that. The best.

     

    The best injury solicitor in Marylebone for you

    The first thing that makes a good injury solicitor in Marylebone is their experience, and specifically their relevant experience to your type of injury claim. In this case, you want to be looking for the most experienced injury solicitor Marylebone with road traffic injury claims.

    Why you should call us

    Accident Advice Helpline has over 10 years of experience with road traffic injury claims, and we guarantee that our services are of the highest quality. We invite you to call us anytime at 0800 689 0500 or at 0333 500 0993 and talk to one of our friendly advisers.

    Date Published: 15th December 2013

    Author: David Brown

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