Brickendon is a village, which is located in the district of east Hertfordshire and has won many awards in recent years, having an active community. Making a claim can be complex and time-consuming especially when it is a court case.
This involves accusations and counter-accusations, arguing orally and presenting evidence to the court. Accident Advice Helpline takes the stress out of it for you by handling the claim through a lawyer in Brickendon who is fully qualified and has a wide range of experience.
As a worker you may file a lawsuit to claim personal injury compensation. You may be searching online or in the local phone book to see if you can get a lawyer in Brickendon to assist you.
Accident Advice Helpline
Accidents are traumatic experiences and you need to hand over your worries to AAH. Medical costs can also be high but AAH offers a 100% no-win no-fee arrangement. Let the experts deal with the claim facing the organizations whether they are insurance companies or those at fault who caused the accident that caused the injury. AAH will get the stress out of you so you can concentrate on your recovery.
You may contact Accident Advice Helpline on their free numbers 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 but you are under no obligation to pursue your claim with them. Accident Advice Helpline has a team of solicitors that are friendly and professional.
Very few cases reach court as many are handled over the phone by a lawyer in Brickendon. You have no obligation to pursue your claim with this reputable organization but if you choose to pursue your compensation claim with them, they will direct you to their legal experts.
Which symptoms will require you to get a lawyer in Brickendon?
For the claim to be successful you should seek medical attention and the accident or injury should not be your fault. The accident that caused the injury must have happened in the last 3 years.
Any traumatic injury to the scalp, skull and brain are referred to as a head injury. Open head injuries occur when the skull has been broken or cracked from falls, accidents and being hit with an object. Other head injuries include:
- Lacerations-require stitching and dressing.
- Bleeding-arises due to breaking of the scalp or skin.
- Haemorrhage-when there is bleeding under the skull or in the brain. Haemorrhage within the brain is harder to treat than when it is outside the brain. Symptoms include severe headaches, vomiting, loss of consciousness and restlessness. Surgery is usually performed to drain blood so pressure in the brain can be released.
- Skull fracture-some skull fractures do not necessarily indicate that the patient has brain damage. A fracture is likely when the patient has sunken eyes, face and skull deformity, a stagnant eye that doesn’t move and drainage of a clear cerebrospinal fluid.
- Nerve damage-this is noticeable when one eye does not move.
- Blurry vision-the patient may be unable to see clearly.
- Concussion-the trauma can cause the patient to have loss of function to the eyes, brain etc.
- Alzheimer’s Disease-people with a head injury may develop this condition later in life especially if at one time they had loss of consciousness for one hour or more.
Date Published: 13th January 2014
Author: David Brown