If you have suffered a back injury as a result of an accident which you do not believe was your fault, then contact an injury solicitor in Shrewsbury today in order to find out if you could make a claim for financial compensation.
Here at Accident Advice Helpline, we know how serious and debilitating a back injury can be, and the long-term effects it can have on your general health and lifestyle. Our in-house injury solicitor in Shrewsbury is fully experienced in dealing with a wide variety of back injuries, from the relatively minor to the severe.
Injury solicitor in Shrewsbury
For the very best advice regarding your accident and the best way to proceed with your claim, speak to our injury solicitor in Shrewsbury today. They will be able to answer any questions you might have about making a claim, and can explain the entire process to you from start to finish in jargon-free, easy to understand language.
You can rely on our team to look after you throughout the entire process. We even offer a no win no fee guarantee, so you do not have to worry about financial risks when you start out with your claim. Take our 30-second test today to find out how much your claim might actually be worth, and decide if you want to start the process with us today.
Types of accidents
Back injuries can occur in a wide variety of ways, and nobody has more experience in dealing with these injuries than our injury solicitor in Shrewsbury. The most common ways for back injuries to occur include road traffic accidents, lifting or carrying heavy objects, falling from a height, as a result of using faulty products, and even more commonly, slips or trips. If you have been injured in any of these ways, contact us to start your claim.
The claims process
In order to start your claim, your injury solicitor in Shrewsbury will need to know that you are within the deadline period for commencing litigation. This is usually three years from the date of the injury. Your solicitor will also need to have access to your medical records to help establish that an injury did in fact occur, and they will need details of precisely what happened during the accident. They can then contact the third party who you believe is responsible and advise them that you are making a claim against them.
Your solicitor will arrange for you to see a medical professional, who will assess your injuries and write an independent report which will help to determine how much compensation you will be awarded should your case be successful. You will need to travel to this appointment, but your solicitor will be able to help you reclaim your expenses if your case is successful.
As there is a time limit, do not delay — contact Accident Advice Helpline today and get your life back on track now. Just dial 0800 689 0500 now to find out more.
Date Published: 4th January 2014
Author: David Brown