Although the village of Busby in East Renfrewshire remains separate from the city of Glasgow, it’s effectively a suburb, lying just six miles south of the city centre. There has been a settlement here for at least 700 years, and today most people living here work in Glasgow city centre. Hunting for a lawyer in Busby? You might be able to find a few to choose from, but when it comes to your personal injury claim, you want to choose a law firm with years of experience – and that’s where Accident Advice Helpline comes in.
Choosing the right personal injury lawyer in Busby
While you could choose a lawyer in Busby based on the recommendation of a friend or family member, you don’t want to leave the success of your personal injury claim to chance. With a great track record of success spanning over 16 years, Accident Advice Helpline has a team of lawyers covering the whole of the UK. Whether you were injured after a rear-end collision in Busby or suffered injuries in a workplace accident, it’s our job to help you get the compensation you deserve. We are an accident advice line, which means you can call us at any time to get confidential, no-obligation advice from our expert advisors.
How have you been injured?
Whiplash sustained in a road traffic accident, a broken ankle sustained after a slip, trip or fall on the street, head injuries after an accident at work on a building site – have any of these happened to you? If so, you could be eligible to claim compensation if somebody else caused your accident. Don’t be one of the people who assumes that you can only claim compensation for life-changing injuries. It’s possible to make a claim even for minor injuries as long as you received medical treatment after your accident. One of the main reasons to make a claim is that you want to be compensated for your financial losses – for example, if you suffered loss of earnings after taking time off work due to an injury sustained in a workplace accident, you could find you’re entitled to claim compensation for your lost wages.
Who’s responsible for your accident?
It’s generally possible to make a personal injury claim if somebody else was responsible for your accident, but what about if you’re not sure who was at fault? Many workplace accidents can be blamed on a negligent employer – for example, if faulty equipment caused your injuries, your employer could be held liable. If you’ve suffered injuries after an accident in a public place – such as a trip on a damaged pavement – then the local council or the owner of the place you were injured could be held liable.
Just call us to find out more about making a personal injury claim and we’ll be able to talk through what has happened in more detail and tell you who is responsible for your accident. Just call us on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile to find out if you’re eligible to make a claim.