Located in the South East of Hampshire, on the West Sussex border, lies the pretty market town of Rowlands Castle; popular with holiday makers and residents alike, this small village makes the perfect base for exploring the nearby South Downs National Park and Stansted Estate. With plenty of traditional pubs and independent shops, it’s easy to enjoy a day out in this peaceful little place – but just be aware that danger can lurk in even the quietest villages, so it pays to be prepared by taking a lawyer in Rowlands Castle along with you.
I’ve broken my leg – now what?
Being involved in a serious accident is about so much more than the initial injuries; from the stay in hospital to the lengthy recovery associated with broken limbs, fractures and head injuries, life as you know it seems to disappear completely. If you’ve been left unable to work, it’s likely that you’ll find yourself avoiding the postman: unpaid rent, missed mortgage payments and mounting utility and credit card bills can all be a huge source of stress, and if the accident wasn’t your fault, it makes everything worse. There is something you can do about it, however – fight back in the form of a compensation claim. You can claim for any of the following injuries:
- A head injury, such as concussion, sustained in a road traffic accident
- Broken bones or fractures caused by a slip, trip or fall
- Twists, sprains and strains
- Any injury sustained as a result of medical negligence
If the worst has happened to you, don’t feel you have to put up with it – contact a lawyer in Rowlands Castle to get the ball rolling on your compensation claim.
Where can I find a lawyer in Rowlands Castle?
Finding a law firm isn’t exactly difficult in this day and age – searching on the internet will produce thousands of results in seconds, but this doesn’t mean opting for any of them is a good idea. A compensation claim is a case which needs expertise, delicate handling and a great deal of experience – which is why you should get in touch with the lawyers at the Accident Advice Helpline. With over ten years’ business history, and TV consumer rights champion Esther Rantzen as their patron, they’re the friendly face you need to see in a crisis. Get in touch by calling 0800 180 4123 from a landline, 0333 500 0992 from a mobile or try their ’30-second test’.
Date Published: 4th March 2014
Author: David Brown