Brent Cross is situated within north London and is famous for the Brent Cross Shopping Centre (the first standalone shopping mall in the UK), as well as the proposed Cricklewood development which will hold an extension of the Brent Cross Shopping Centre and include 7,500 homes, offices, parks and transport improvements.
If you suffer an injury whilst in the Brent Cross area, let a personal injury lawyer in Brent Cross from Accident Advice Helpline handle the matter, and feel relaxed as you are wheeled to a nearby accident and emergency department.
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Accident Advice Helpline
After receiving medical treatment, you may need a lawyer in Brent Cross to represent you in a lawsuit. You may want to check if you are eligible for claiming compensation. Complete the 30-second test on our website, which is an online calculator used to determine the potential value of your compensation claim.
In London there are many professional lawyers listed online, in telephone directories and publications, making it difficult to choose the right legal firm for your case. You may have heard about Accident Advice Helpline on a TV advert. Call us on one of our freephone numbers — 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile — to file your lawsuit through an expert lawyer in Brent Cross. No one can beat our 100% no win no fee* guarantee.
Injuries that require filing of a claim through a lawyer in Brent Cross
If you get hurt and someone else is to blame, you should be compensated for the injuries, losses and damages suffered.
People with acute injuries or illnesses receive immediate medical care in accident and emergency departments, which are sponsored by the National Health Services (NHS). The following personal injuries can be compensated through a lawyer in Brent Cross if your injury was not handled properly.
- Asthma: those who suffer from severe asthmatic attacks may at times require intensive care with administration of oxygen, theophylline, and in some instances steroids. Immediate chest X-rays should be done to assess the extent of the illness.
- Cardiac arrest: this is a life-threatening condition and so life support treatment should be given immediately.
- Heart attack: a patient should be directed to a resuscitation unit for immediate treatment. The patient receives oxygen and is closely monitored
- Trauma: patients who have undergone traumatic situations like an explosion, a motor vehicle accident, motorcycle accident, plane crashes or fall from heights sustain multiple injuries requiring emergency department services. If surgery and reperfusion are performed within the first hour, survival rate of the victim is improved. Assessments and X-rays are performed, while reperfusion and surgery within the first hour after the trauma improve survival rate of victims.
Date Published: 8th January 2014
Author: David Brown