Are you finding the right personal injury solicitor in Herefordshire difficult to locate? Have you considered using a national law firm in order to pursue a claim for personal injury? Established in the year 2000, Accident Advice Helpline have a long and impeccable history of claiming compensation for our clients, so if you would like expertise and experience, coupled with superb customer service, and the ability to claim using no-win, no-fee*, then talk to us before you approach anyone else.
Despite being a sizeable county, only around 190,000 people live in Hereford. Its rural nature makes is a popular place for tourists, with half of the Wye Valley AONB and two thirds of the Malvern Hills AONB located within its boundaries. From bustling market towns like Ross on Wye to glorious outdoor spaces, like Symonds Yat, there is never a shortage of things to do and places to explore in this diverse and beautiful county.
Whether you live, work or are visiting Herefordshire, if you’ve had an accident that was not your fault, we’re here to help. Call today to find out more.
Road traffic accidents in Herefordshire
The agricultural nature of the county of Herefordshire, can cause problems unique to rural areas. Mud on Herefordshire roads puts lives at risk according to West Mercia Police. They have warned farmers that the police will not hesitate to take legal action. The warning comes after they have had to deal with a number of dangerous situations caused by mud that has been left on the county’s roads. They have been forced to send out patrols looking specifically for farm vehicles dropping mud. In the past, A-roads have had to be closed following complaints about the danger and hazardous conditions, and investigations have considered whether such dangerous road conditions have led to a number of collisions over the years, including one which caused serious injuries.
The police have noted that it is a situation they have to face every autumn, when farm vehicles leave large clods of mud on the roads during the autumn harvest. Farmers therefore have to be reminded of their responsibilities and liabilities under the Highways Act.
If you have been injured in road traffic accidents in Herefordshire, thanks to the carelessness or negligence of other road users, you can make a claim for your injuries. Call Accident Advice Helpline today and tell us who was involved, where the accident happened and why you think it occurred. We’ll ask you to talk us through your injuries and the treatment you have received so far, and then we can, if you wish, look at starting a claim for you. It’s that easy. Call today.
Whiplash accidents in Herefordshire
Strangely, a section of the A44 between Leominster and Worcester has the dubious honour of making a list of the world’s top 23 dangerous roads for American travellers. The stretch of road that runs between Herefordshire and Worcestershire is statistically one of the riskiest in the world for our US visitors who are travelling abroad, according to The Association for Safe International Road Travel.
Road safety campaigners have suggested the road is dangerous because it has several blind corners, that makes it potentially hazardous to motorists if they don’t drive carefully.
If you have had an accident on the A44, or any other road in Herefordshire, have you considered making a claim? While many whiplash accidents in Herefordshire only require rest, gentle exercise and painkillers in order to heal, if you received medical treatment after a road accident for whiplash injuries, and the accident was not your fault, you will be able to make a claim.
To find out more about claiming for whiplash in Herefordshire, call Accident Advice Helpline today.
Slips, trips and falls in Herefordshire
The third most common cause of accidental death in Herefordshire are falls. Every year, some 35 per cent of people over the age of 65 years fall and hurt themselves. While many suffer only very minor injuries fortunately, the worry is that with an ageing and growing population, the numbers of people hurting themselves continues to grow.
Most falls will not result in serious injury but they can have substantial consequences for older people, leading to a decrease in confidence, a fear of falling, loss of mobility and an increase in dependency on family and carers.
If you, or someone you know, has been injured in slips, trips and falls in Herefordshire thanks to the carelessness of negligence of someone else, you can make a claim for compensation. The accident may have occurred out and about in public, in a supermarket or other retail premises, in a hospital or care home, or at a gym or leisure facility of some kind.
Call Accident Advice Helpline today to ask about making a claim using no-win, no-fee*. No-win, no-fee* means you don’t have to put your savings at risk, or scrabble around to find the money to make a claim if you don’t have the financial wherewithal. Our advisers are here to help, so give us a call.
Work accident in Herefordshire
Accidents at work are a serious part of our work. At Accident Advice Helpline we see hundreds of accident at work claims every year. Were you aware that almost 40 per cent of self-reported non-fatal injuries to workers are caused by just two different accident kinds? The first of these is handling, lifting or carrying accidents, and the second is slip, trip or fall accidents.
The agricultural industry in particular has a reputation for tragic accidents. With thousands of people in Herefordshire employed in the agricultural sector, the potential for incidents is high. However, you should not be led to believe that working in farming means accidents are all part of the job; you still have a right to expect a safe, secure place to do your job, free from unnecessary risk.
Any personal injury solicitor in Herefordshire will understand why you are reluctant to make a claim against your employer, and that’s why we recommend coming to us. We want to see more people claiming against employers who breach health and safety laws, and want to help make workplaces safer for everyone.
We’ll put together a powerful case for your claim, and will ensure that, if you want to, you can even return to work when you’re well again. If you’re still unsure about making a claim for a work accident in Herefordshire, call us today for a confidential chat. We can advise you about the process and set your mind at rest.
No-win, no-fee* with Accident Advice Helpline
When you need a law firm with a national reputation and expertise, and you want more than a personal injury solicitor in Herefordshire can provide, call Accident Advice Helpline. Ask us about making a no-win, no-fee* claim for your injuries so that you’re never out of pocket.
Call us today on 0800 689 0500 free from your landline, or from a mobile call 0333 500 0993.