From the slopes of Abberley Hills lies Abberley village on the north western side of Worcestershire, England. The farms, cottages and natural vegetation on the slopes of the hill, give the village, attractive rural scenery. The village which is mainly composed of a young population is divided into 3 districts The Valley, The Hill and The Common.
Accidents may not be common in Abberley; however road traffic accidents are unavoidable at some point or another in any city or village where there are roads. If you have found yourself injured in a car accident that was not your fault, you may need a lawyer in Abberley.
What should you do?
Developing a case against the responsible party whether it is an individual, a company or organization is not easy for those who have not studied law. Why not hand over the claim to Accident Advice Helpline. You may visit our website and take the 30-second test to know if you qualify to make a valid claim, or call us on our helpline.
You will be given expert advice on how to make a successful claim. If you choose to pursue your compensation claim with a lawyer in Abberley from Accident Advice Helpline they will assist you in the legal process on a 100% no-win, no-fee* basis.
Claiming compensation through an lawyer Abberley
Some road traffic accidents are caused by negligence, careless driving, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and over-speeding. These are dangerous drivers to pedestrians, motor-cyclists, bikers, passengers and other innocent drivers. Such drivers endanger other people’s lives and should face the law.
A lawyer in Abberley is necessary if you sustain injuries, including these:
- Facial injuries – the face becomes disfigured and scars are visible.
- Whiplash – when the car jerks forward suddenly, your neck may develop whiplash. The neck, shoulders and back become painful. The neck develops stiffness.
- Lacerations – if you sustained cuts you may have bled and lost blood. The best thing to do is to get medical attention immediately so the cut can be stitched and bandaged.
- Grazes – some parts of your body may be grazed and this can be very painful. These need to be treated immediately to avoid infections which may complicate treatment further. Antibiotics are administered in case of infectious wounds.
- Severe pain – the medical attendant may prescribe painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs. Steroid injections may be administered in the affected area.
- Dislocations -you may sustain a dislocation on your leg or hand if the car hit you directly and there was twisting of the joint.
- Broken bones – a splint, brace, plaster or a fibreglass cast may be applied. Surgery may be performed to align the bones in their natural position.
Whatever your injury, if it happened in an accident that was not your fault, sometime in the last three years, you should call us today. From a landline ring 0800 689 0500 or from a mobile 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: 16th December 2013
Author: David Brown