Aylesbury, with a shade over 71,000 residents, is the largest town in the county of Buckinghamshire. A town has existed on the site since at least Anglo-Saxon times, but the town is not that well-known for its history. Instead, many people head to Aylesbury to visit attractions such as the Queens Park Centre, the oldest independent arts centre in the country.
The population of the city is rapidly rising, with the town doubling its population from the 1960s to the early 2010s. This trend is going to continue. Of course, when you have so many people in an area, the chances of somebody needing to contact a personal injury solicitor will rise.
Did you know that if you have been involved in an accident that was not your fault, a personal injury solicitor may be able to help you to claim compensation for any losses that you may have suffered? All UK law asks is that your case meets the following three criteria:
- The incident occurred within the last three years.
- You were injured and sought medical help for those injuries.
- The incident was not your fault.
There may be a few exceptions to these rules. If you wish to find out whether you can claim compensation in your personal injury case, then contact us here at Accident Advice Helpline today on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you are calling from a mobile.
Road traffic accidents in Aylesbury
While Aylesbury has its own parish council, a lot of the ‘major decisions’ for the town are made by Buckinghamshire County Council. This is especially apparent when it comes to road safety. The county council aim to reduce deaths and injuries on the road through education, and operate several different schemes to assist with this. Local authorities regularly liaise with the county council via their Strategic Framework for Road Safety.
While we have no doubt that road traffic accidents in Aylesbury are likely to go down over the years due to this commitment to safety, it is nigh on impossible to prevent every accident. You can’t control the behaviour of people in some circumstances, no matter how ‘educated’ they are. If somebody on the road is negligent then it could lead to people searching for a personal injury solicitor in Aylesbury.
Here at Accident Advice Helpline, we do not wish to see people left ‘out of pocket’ as a result of injuries suffered in an accident that was not their fault. This is why we urge you to call us on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you are calling from a landline for a no obligation discussion about claiming compensation in Aylesbury.
Whiplash accident in Aylesbury
While many people associate whiplash with car accidents, whiplash is a condition which can occur in any accident which causes your neck to jolt quickly. Symptoms of whiplash include:
- Neck pain
- Stiffness in the neck
- Loss of motion in the neck
- These start at the base of the skull in most cases.
- Pain in the upper body.
- Tingling in the arms
- Numbness in the arms
In most cases, the symptoms from a whiplash accident in Aylesbury will clear up very quickly. However, in certain cases they can last weeks, sometimes months. In that time, you may find it terribly tough to function. You will not be able to work. You will not be able to look after your children properly. You may need to utilise services that you would not have otherwise have had to use. This is all going to cost you money. We at Accident Advice Helpline do not believe that you should be left out of pocket.
If you believe that you may be entitled to compensation, then contact us today on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you are calling from a mobile.
Slips, trips and falls in Aylesbury
Slips and trips may be one of the most common injuries around. While most falls can be quite painful, they are not going to cause too much lasting damage. You will probably be able to ‘walk off’ the pain. However, this type of incident can also be devastating in some cases. All it can take is falling at an awkward angle to completely change your life.
You may have experienced one of the following:
- Fall from a height, which was not signposted or properly ‘guarded’.
- Trip on a broken pavement tile
- Slip on a wet floor, which was not clearly signposted.
This is just scratching the surface of what can happen to you. Basically, if you have suffered an injury and you believe it is the fault of somebody else, then compensation may be on the table. Many people who are injured because of slips, trips and falls in Aylesbury may consider searching for a personal injury solicitor in Aylesbury. The job of the solicitor will be to help you to claim compensation for the financial losses that you have suffered because of your injuries, for example, loss of income due to being unable to work or associated medical expenses.
Contact Accident Advice Helpline to discuss claiming compensation in Aylesbury today. We can be reached on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you are calling from a mobile.
Work accident in Aylesbury
The economy of Aylesbury is very much driven by the service and tourism industry, despite the town being very industrial in the past. Over the years, Aylesbury Parish Council and Buckinghamshire County Council have put forward several plans to boost jobs in the area, as well as to attract visitors from elsewhere in the United Kingdom. One method has been to ‘rejig’ the layout of the town centre to encourage more shops and restaurants to open.
While the economy of Aylesbury is no longer reliant on manufacturing and other industry, arguably some of the most dangerous jobs around, this does not mean that the residents of the town are immune to injury in the workplace. All it takes is a small piece of work equipment being left out of place to completely change your life.
You must remember that while you are at work in Aylesbury, it is your employer’s duty to ensure that you are kept safe. If they breach that duty, they can be said to be negligent. They may be negligent if they do not provide you with:
- Proper training
- Proper equipment
- A clean working space
If you have suffered from a work injury in Aylesbury, then you may wish to start searching for a personal injury solicitor. The job of the solicitor will be to ensure that you are not left out of pocket due to the negligence of your employer. This means that you may be able to claim compensation for loss of income, medical expenses, and childcare costs.
Contact Accident Advice Helpline today on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you are calling from a mobile. Our team of experienced staff will help you to determine whether you are entitled to compensation.
Contact Accident Advice Helpline Today
Contact Accident Advice Helpline today on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you are calling from a mobile. This is a no-obligation phone call. We can help you to claim the compensation that you deserve.
Road Traffic Accident stats for Buckinghamshire
Date Published: 21st December 2013
Author: Clare P
Category: Legal Services
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