The largely residential town of Radcliffe in Greater Manchester is a place steeped in history, largely thanks to its involvement in the Industrial Revolution. Coal mining, weaving and spinning all took place during the eighteenth and nineteenth century, and today various historic buildings make this the perfect place to visit for anyone who is a lover of all things from days gone by. Wandering round museums and old buildings might not strike you as the riskiest of activities, however it pays to remember that all it takes is a broken floorboard or uneven pavement, and you can be left with serious injuries – so why not stay prepared, and keep the details of a lawyer in Radcliffe handy?
I’ve tripped over and sustained concussion, can I claim compensation?
A safe, residential town is probably not the place you’d expect to have an accident, however from unsecured retail displays to unsafe flooring, you can find risks everywhere. If you’ve suffered an injury due to someone else’s careless and negligent behaviour, you don’t have to put up with it, you could be entitled to claim compensation. Start by asking yourself the following:
• Was my accident a result of someone else’s careless behaviour?
• Did my accident happen within the last three years?
• Did I receive medical treatment?
If you can answer, ‘yes’ to these questions, there’s a good chance you could be eligible to claim compensation for what happened to you. By finding a good lawyer in Radcliffe, you can severely increase your chances of success – it’s just a case of knowing where to look.
How can I find the best lawyer in Radcliffe?
Finding a lawyer in Radcliffe is easy – a simple internet search would turn up numerous results, but to find the best, simply get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline. They’re proud to hold TV consumer rights champion Esther Rantzen as their patron, and have an extensive thirteen year business history, so it’s clear that they know what they’re talking about. All their lawyers are expertly trained, and work on a 100% no win no fee basis, so you can be sure that they’ll have your best interests at heart. Get in touch by calling their friendly advisers on 0800 180 4123 from a land line, 0333 500 0992 from a mobile or head to the website and use their ’30-second test’ to see if you qualify to claim.
Date Published: 14th February 2014
Author: Jan Newell