Injury solicitor in Sherborne
If you have been injured in an accident which you do not think was your fault, then you may be able to make a claim for personal injury, and win financial compensation to help you recover from your injuries or make the necessary adaptations to your life and lifestyle.
Speak to an injury solicitor in Sherborne today to find out if you could qualify to make a compensation claim, and start the process today.
Take the test
If you do not want to speak to an injury solicitor in Sherborne immediately then you can also take our 30 second test which you will find on our website.
By answering a few short and simple questions about your accident and the injuries you suffered as a result we will be able to tell you immediately if you are eligible to make a claim. Not only that, but we will also be able to give you a good idea of how much an injury solicitor in Sherborne would be able to win for you in terms of compensation.
To get a more accurate idea of the amount of compensation your case might actually be worth then you should speak to an Accident Advice Helpline injury solicitor in Sherborne today. They will be able to take into account all of the information surrounding your case, for example, the seriousness of your injuries, the impact these have had on your life, any out of pocket expenses you may have incurred as a result of your accident and injuries, loss of earnings if you have been unable to work and so on.
Types of Accidents and Injuries
A professional injury solicitor in Sherborne will be able to help you make a claim for compensation if you have been injured in any form of accident. The only things that need to be in place for a solicitor to be able to make a claim on your behalf is that you:
- Have been involved in an accident
- Were injured as a result of that accident
- Were not to blame for the accident (and therefore the injuries)
An injury solicitor in Sherborne will also need to be able to establish that the accident occurred within the last three years, or, if you are suffering from an industrial disease (for example asthma, lung cancer, hearing loss, vibration white finger etc) that it is no more than three years since you were diagnosed with the condition.
This is because there are strict deadlines on how long you have to claim once you have been injured. Exceptions to this include minors (who can either appoint someone to represent them and make a claim on their behalf with any compensation being held in trust for them until they become of age or who can wait until they are 18 to make a claim themselves).
If you think you might have exceed the three year deadline but still want to find out if you can make a claim contact an injury solicitor in Sherborne today.
Date Published: 30th December 2013
Author: David Brown