Located a stone’s throw from Nottingham, and with spectacular views of the River Trent lies the large village of Radcliffe on Trent. Boasting plenty of parks, open spaces, woodlands and traditional pubs, this is the perfect place to visit if you love a day in the great outdoors – but while you might not think a gentle walk could leave you in agony, you’d be wrong. An accident can happen anywhere, and can be caused by anything from missing signposts to faulty outdoors equipment. So if you’re paying a visit, do yourself a favour and take the details of a lawyer in Radcliffe on Trent with you – just in case.
I had an accident and can’t work, now what?
A traumatic and serious accident has much longer-term effects than many people realise; as well as the initial surgeries and treatments, there are also programmes of rehabilitation and physiotherapy to work through – meaning that your absence from work can stretch into weeks and even months. Time away from the workplace has a subsequent effect on your earnings, and many people find that utility bills and unpaid rent or mortgage payments start to stack up, leaving them with yet another constant source of stress. If this has happened to you, try not to worry – there’s a good chance that if your accident was a result of someone else’s behaviour, you could be eligible to claim compensation for any of the following:
• Initial medical treatment, include private hospital stays or specialist treatments
• Extended treatments and ongoing medical care, such as prescription drugs
• Any costs that you incur outside of your usual travel budget
• Any food that you might have consumed while in hospital
Your next port of call needs to be a lawyer in Radcliffe on Trent to help get your case sorted.
Where can I find a lawyer in Radcliffe on Trent?
Law firms are fairly easy to come by – simply searching online will produce hundreds of results, but if you want the best then head straight to Accident Advice Helpline. With over ten years’ business experience and TV consumer rights champion Esther Rantzen as their patron, they clearly know their stuff. Their friendly advisers man the telephone lines twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week and can be contacted on 0800 180 4123 from a land line, 0333 500 0992 from a mobile or by heading to the website and using the unique ’30-second test’.
Date Published: 14th February 2014
Author: Jan Newell