In the heart of rural Wiltshire, close to the market town of Devizes lies the small village of Rowde, a place full of rolling hills and beautiful scenery. A small and peaceful village, Rowde is the ideal destination for anyone who enjoys walking; simply hole up at any of the lovely B&B’s, and then spend your days exploring the stunning Wiltshire countryside. But before you pack your walking boots and guidebook, stop for a minute and remember that the possibility of being involved in an accident is a very real one – all it takes is faulty equipment or a missing signpost, and you can find yourself suffering serious injuries. So play it safe – take the details of a lawyer in Rowde along with you.
I’ve had an accident – can I claim compensation?
An accident is a nightmare at the best of times, but when you’re on holiday and in a strange place, it seems so much worse; in an unfamiliar location, and surrounded by people you don’t know, you’re left feeling isolated, alone and angry – especially if it wasn’t your fault. If you’ve sustained injuries due to someone else’s behaviour, don’t just put up with it – explore the possibility of fighting back by claiming compensation. Start by asking yourself the following:
- Did your accident happen within the last three years?
- Was your accident a result of someone else’s negligent behaviour?
- Did you receive medical attention at the time?
If you can answer, ‘yes’ to all of the above questions, there’s a good chance you could be eligible to claim compensation by using a lawyer in Rowde.
Where can I find a lawyer in Rowde?
A compensation claim is a lengthy, difficult and delicate case, which is why you need a lawyer with the utmost expertise and dedication – something the lawyers at Accident Advice Helpline have in spades. With a fourteen year business history, TV consumer rights champion Esther Rantzen as their patron, and friendly advisers who man the telephone lines twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, you can be sure that there’s nobody else you’d rather turn to 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 try out their compensation calculator or ’30-second test’.
Date Published: 4th March 2014
Author: David Brown