Steeped in history, the market town of Romsey in Hampshire makes a great destination for either a day out or a longer holiday; from the beautiful Abbey to the breathtaking Town Hall, there’s plenty to see and do, and anybody who’s keen on shopping will almost certainly find plenty of treasures in the many markets and independent shops. While sightseeing and shopping might not seem like dangerous activities, it only takes an uneven floor or faulty retail display, and you could find yourself involved in a serious accident – so why not take the details of a lawyer in Romsey along with you?
I’ve been involved in an accident – what can I do about it?
A holiday or day trip is supposed to be an enjoyable and relaxing time, but a traumatic and unexpected accident can ruin it incredibly quickly; when it’s the result of someone else’s careless and negligent behaviour, however, it seems so much worse. From the initial medical fees to money lost on a wasted holiday, you could find yourself injured, financially out of pocket and feeling rightfully bitter – but you can fight back by claiming compensation. You can claim for any of the following:
- Initial medical care and specialist treatment
- Ongoing therapy and prescriptions
- Any food costs which occur outside of your usual expenditure
- Any extra travel costs you might incur
If you’ve had an accident that wasn’t your fault, don’t put up with it – claim what you’re entitled to by using a lawyer in Romsey.
Where can I find the best lawyer in Romsey?
In the age of technology, the simplest way to find the answer to anything is by searching online – but the fastest route isn’t always the best, and opting for the first law firm you come across could prove to be a costly mistake. Instead, head straight to a place you can trust – Accident Advice Helpline; with expert lawyers who work on a 100% no win, no fee* basis, a thirteen year business history and TV consumer rights champion Esther Rantzen as their patron, they really are the friendly face you need in a crisis. Get in touch now by calling 0800 180 4123 from a landline, 0333 500 0992 from a mobile or head to the website and check out the compensation calculator or ’30-second test’.
Date Published: 3rd March 2014
Author: Jan Newell