The small town of Rolvenden in Ashford lies in the heart of Kent, and dates from early Saxon times – making it a delightfully historic place to visit. Located within an area of outstanding natural beauty, this peaceful village features a whole host of ancient buildings, and is a historian’s dream; spend hours exploring the parish church, visit the iconic windmill, and finish the day with a wander through the farmers market. Such a beautiful place might not strike you as being exactly dangerous, but the truth is that accidents can happen when you least expect it – so why not pack the details of a lawyer in Rolvenden into your bag along with the guidebook?
I’ve been in a car crash – what can I do now?
A car crash is one of the most traumatic accidents you can be involved in, and is made a whole lot worse when it was caused by someone else’s negligent or careless behaviour. The injuries you can be left with are almost endless, from concussion and other serious head conditions to broken limbs, fractures and extensive bruising. One good piece of news, however, is that if it wasn’t your fault, you don’t have to simply put up with it – you could be eligible to claim compensation. Start by asking yourself the following:
• Did my accident happen within the last three years?
• Was my accident a result of someone else’s behaviour?
• Did I receive medical attention at the scene?
If you can answer, ‘yes’ to the three questions above, you could be eligible to claim compensation using a lawyer in Rolvenden.
Where can I find a lawyer in Rolvenden?
The easy answer is to head straight to Accident Advice Helpline – with over ten years in the business, and TV consumer rights champion Esther Rantzen as their patron, it’s clear they know their stuff. All their lawyers work on a 100% no win, no fee basis, meaning that if you don’t come out on top, neither do they – get in touch now by calling their friendly and helpful advisers on 0800 689 0500 from a landline, 0333 500 0992 from a mobile or heading to the website to check out their compensation calculation or ’30-second test’. If you’ve been injured and it wasn’t your fault, don’t put up with it – fight back by claiming what you’re entitled to.
Date Published: 3rd March 2014
Author: David Brown