Lawyer in Hambledon

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Lawyers in Hambledon Your Local 100% No Win No Fee* Lawyers

Lawyers in Hambledon have been working within the nationwide law firm Accident Advice Helpline for over 14 years since their establishment in the year 2000. Put in place to offer members of the public no obligation legal advice if they had been involved in an accident and were unsure where to turn. Lawyers in Hambledon take on all cases on a no win no fee* policy, this means that no money is ever needed to make a claim and that it is financially risk free for you.

Hambledon

Hambledon is a small rural village in Hampshire that is surrounded by fields and woods. There are around 400 households with just under 1,000 residents meaning it is fairly sparsely populated for it’s size. Agriculture has been a long standing industry here and as the personal injury specialists we have much expertise in this field as it is still, today, one of the most dangerous sectors to work in.

Agriculture

Agriculture is responsible for one in seventy employees requiring hospital treatment each week in the UK. There’s many dangers associated with agriculture and these can result in accidents. Such as:

  • Exposure to large animals, horses, bulls etc
  • Over exposure to harsh weather conditions
  • Faulty electrics / wiring
  • Machinery not properly maintained
  • Incorrect training given
  • Incorrect safety equipment provided
  • Working longer hours than European laws allow
  • And many more

If your accident relates to working within agriculture then contact your lawyer in Hambledon today for some no obligation advice and to discover your rights and the most appropriate cause of action for yourself.

Our website www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk has further information regarding all aspects of personal injury and you can also begin a claim online using our basic application form which comprises of 6 very simple questions and takes no longer than 30 seconds to complete.

24 Hour Advice Helpline

If you have had an accident in Hambledon there are many questions you may have, for this we have a dedicated and trained adviser at the end of the phone on our 24 hour advice helpline which is always free to ring and you will always receive free, no obligation advice from someone whose job it is to have the answers for you.

Call anytime, day or night on 0800 689 0500 or for mobile calls 0333 500 0993.

Lawyers in Hambledon have a passion for the area and for it’s people and matched with over a decade of experience working with Accident Advice Helpline this ensures that with us you are in safe hands.

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