Highcliffe is a small town in the borough of Christchurch, Dorset in southern England. The town lies on a picturesque stretch of Solent coastline with views of the Isle of Wight and its ‘Needles’ rock formation. It is a popular seaside resort.
Unfortunately, personal injuries are a common incident and are usually due to neglect on behalf of the local council when not the fault of the injured party. Slips, trips and falls can easily happen anywhere, but sometimes they result in serious injuries requiring medical attention, even leading to a loss of earnings. When such accidents happen and they are not your fault, it can seem unfair that you have to pay the price for someone else’s carelessness.
Accident Advice Helpline makes it their mission to ensure that this is not the case. If you have experienced a slip, trip or fall that led you to require medical attention in the last three years, then you could be entitled to compensation with the help of a lawyer in Highcliffe if the accident was not your fault. Such injuries covered are included but not limited to:
- A trip on broken pavement
- A fall down a stairway
- A slip on an icy pathway
The local council have a duty to ensure that Highcliffe is safe for you and your family. If you suffered an injury due to such negligence, then you should contact Accident Advice Helpline for a lawyer in Highcliffe in order to prevent such accidents occurring in the future. Photograph the scene of your accident if possible and as well as that you should do what you can do obtain witness statements from those who saw the accident happen.
How to find a lawyer in Highcliffe
If you believe you are entitled to compensation but you want to make sure, take our free 30-second test to find out quickly and easily if you qualify. Accident Advice Helpline is one of the biggest law firms in the UK with over 10 years’ successful experience in the field, so you couldn’t be in better hands. All of our lawyers work on a 100% no win no fee basis, and your case will always be dealt with in the strictest confidence. The vast majority of cases are also settled over the phone, so you won’t even need to go to court.
If you are interested in making a claim, or if you simply want to find out more, give a friendly advisor a call today on the 24/7 Helpline 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: 21st February 2014
Author: David Brown