Brondesbury is a suburb of London, out to the north-west of the city. The suburb also encompasses nearby Brondesbury Park, and the population for the two areas is around 13,000 people. Like many other areas around London, it used to be a more rural area, but the expansion of the city in recent decades has seen the area grow considerably, and it falls within the Greater London area. Finding a lawyer in Brondesbury probably wouldn’t be too hard, but if you want to speak with one following an accident, you will need to look for a personal injury lawyer – someone specialised in that area.
‘Personal injuries’ is a catch-all term relating to any injuries incurred by someone in any kind of accident. To make a claim, however, you must possess evidence that your injuries were not your own fault, but instead were the fault of another person or a third party. This is easier to prove in some instances than in others, but it is always a good idea to consult an expert if you are unsure of your own position.
Are there certain injuries you can claim for?
It is important to recognise that any injuries caused by a third party qualify to be compensated if negligence can be proven by a personal injury lawyer. It is not necessary for an injury to be severe, as the severity of that injury will be considered when assessing any compensation that is agreed to be paid.
For example, let’s say you injure the index finger on your right hand. A sprained finger may not receive as much as a broken finger. In turn, if you severed that finger and had it successfully reattached, but lost feeling in it, that would probably qualify for a greater payment. A loss of that finger would be viewed as more serious, too, and would qualify for a larger payment. Every injury will be considered in terms of severity and length of time the injured person is affected for.
Don’t worry about looking for a lawyer in Brondesbury – call our team instead
Why concern yourself with finding a lawyer in Brondesbury when you are coping with injuries caused in a recent accident? Wouldn’t it be easier to pick up the phone and call someone you know will be able to assist you? Of course, it would – and you are in the best place to do that right now. You could even sidestep the phone call and complete our fast 30-second test, right here on our website, to see if you could make a potential claim.
If you’d rather call, do so now on 0800 689 0500, or on 0333 500 0993 if you are on your mobile. These numbers put you through to the dedicated advisors working at Accident Advice Helpline, and that makes it easier to discuss what happened to you with someone who can provide no-obligation and exceptional advice. Rely on our service now to see if you can make a claim.
Date Published: 3rd August 2017
Author: Rob Steen