Lawyer in Dunmow


Dunmow is situated in Essex, England just 6 miles away from London Stansted Airport. The town is famous for holding Flitch Trials events. Travelling to Dunmow by rail or road is just like travelling in any other part of the UK where accidents happen.

In fact you or someone you know may have been injured when doing exactly that. Some people who get injured may not claim compensation because they expect the costs of pursuing the claim to outweigh the benefits. If they talk to a lawyer in Dunmow through Accident Advice Helpline, they may change your mind.

How will they benefit?

First of all they will have peace of mind as they recover because a lawyer in Dunmow, especially if sourced from Accident Advice Helpline will remove the hustle of pursuing the claim. They will receive free non-obligatory advice beforehand from friendly advisors on AAH’s 24/7 helpline.

If you would like to speak to them you can call them on their free phone numbers 0800 689 0500 and 0333 500 0993. You can also complete the 30 second test on the site to know how much compensation you might get if your claim is successful.

The injury must be sustained through no fault of your own, it must have been in the past 3 years of the accident (unless it involves a minor or it is an industrial illness or disease) and you should have sought medical attention.

Which injuries can a lawyer Dunmow can claim compensation for?

The team of experts from Accident Advice Helpline can handle the following injuries through a lawyer in Dunmow. It is important to start the claim process as soon as possible so medical experts and rehabilitation specialists can have time to carry out assessments to determine the current and future needs.

  • Spinal cord injury – is a serious injury that may leave the patient paralysed. That is why you should engage a lawyer in Dunmow to help claim compensation to ensure that your standard of life is as high as is possible. Damages awarded may include loss of past and future earnings, medical costs and care costs among many others. Rehabilitation, physiotherapy and occupational therapy will be important.
  • Amputations – may leave the amputee in psychological trauma. Loss of limbs is a life-long injury. Disability equipment, mobility aids, loss of enjoyment of life and care costs will be considered.
  • Loss of sight – changes the victims life for good. The victim will need to learn some self-help management tactics to help him cope with life after the injury.
  • Serious burns and scalds – lead to scarring, bone and skin grafting, amputations, pain, mental anguish, stress and depression especially if they are facial injuries which cause deformity and disfigurement.
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How much you could claim?

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