Lawyer in Chertsey

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A personal injury lawyer will handle a lot of car accident cases.  People often assume that this is the only area of law which warrants the attention of such a professional. They fail to realise that there are many accidents which can be acted upon. Accident Advice Helpline provide a service designed to stop people missing out on vital sums, which could make a huge difference during difficult times.  Don’t let a lack of knowledge stop you from obtaining compensation which is yours simply by assuming that a case is not worthy of legal representation  Ring AAH on: 0800 689 0500 to discuss matters further and find out if you have enough evidence to start the legal wheels turning.

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Accidents at work are certainly worth bringing to the attention of a personal injury lawyer. People keep work incidents quiet for fear of upsetting an employer or being sacked. However, a company is covered by liability insurance which means that an employer does not personally bear the brunt of a personal injury claim. In most instances legal action would be encouraged.

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Malpractice does not happen very often, but in the few instances that it does, a personal injury lawyer will act on the grounds of medical negligence.

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Simply crossing the road could require the assistance of a personal injury lawyer. Some drivers fail to stop at a crossing or drive so aggressively that they are unable to avoid hitting a child.  Drivers may operate a vehicle whilst under the influence of alcohol or drive irresponsibly on slippery roads. If a pedestrian remains cautious when crossing from one side to another but becomes injured, a personal lawyer could right that wrong.

Although cycling can be fun, it also brings with it a whole host of dangers.  Some drivers do not appreciate sharing the road with a bicycle and often blame a cyclist when something goes wrong.  Drivers will claim that they did not see a bike or that it came from out of nowhere.  This is no excuse and a cyclist should never take the blame for not being seen. Whether injuries are severe or mild, it is certainly worth discussing the matter with a company such as Accident Advice Helpline.

Whether an accident took place on the road, in the workplace, as a pedestrian or through malpractice, you owe it to yourself to seek legal advice.  One call to AAH could be a priceless effort to help you recover or adjust to a highly traumatic event.

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