Dukinfield is a town in Greater Manchester, England. Bus and coach services are available in Dukinfield. Just like anywhere in the UK. You may be involved in a road traffic accident that was not your fault. Finding a lawyer in Dukinfield may not be obvious for most people who get injured.
If you are looking for a lawyer in Dukinfield why not call Accident Advice Helpline?
How will Accident Advice Helpline help me?
At Accident Advice Helpline there is a team of experts who will help you pursue your injury claim on 100% ‘no win, no fee’ arrangement. You can ask them any questions you need to know and they will offer you free non-obligatory advice.
Just call their free phone 24/7 helpline numbers 0800 689 0500 (from landline) or 0333 500 0993 (from mobile) or Text ‘’claim 365’’ to 88010 and one of their staff will be able to help you. You can also complete the 30 second test on the site to know if your claim is valid and start the claim process right away.
Filing an injury claim through a lawyer in Dukinfield for damages
A lawyer in Dukinfield from Accident Advice Helpline will help you make an injury claim for general damages and special damages if you sustain injuries. Ensure that you collect all the information that led to the accident if it is possible. Collect names and addresses of people who witnessed the accident and report the matter to the police.
- Whiplash – your neck may develop whiplash when the vehicle jerks forward or backwards suddenly. The neck, back, shoulders and the spine may develop pain and stiffness depending on the extent of the injury.
- Cuts or lacerations – if the cut or laceration is deep it will be stitched and bandaged. Painkillers such as paracetamol or ibuprofen will help. Analgesics and antibiotics are given to control any infection. A tetanus shot booster is given if you have not been vaccinated in the last 5 to10 years.
- Facial injuries – the face may become disfigured if you fall on the road or if windscreen shattered glass is thrown on your face by the impact of the accident.
- Dislocations – when your joints get hit or twisted the bones dislocate.
- Broken bones – fragmented bones require a firm splint, plaster or fibreglass cast to hold the broken bones firmly. Surgery will be performed in hospital to align the bones in their functional position followed by immobilization to quicken recovery. The doctor may prescribe painkillers and NSAIDs anti-inflammatory drugs or steroid injections. Rehabilitation should start as soon as possible to mobilize the limb so it can return to its normal function when it heals.