Types of Lewes personal injury claims
When it comes to making Lewes personal injury claims you can claim for a wide variety of personal injuries, and the different types of accidents that have caused them.
If you are in any doubt about your eligibility to make Lewes personal injury claims then you can take Accident Advice Helpline’s 30 second test, or alternatively speak to a member of our team. We offer a free phone helpline that is available to everyone 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our advisors are all fully trained and capable of offering free, no obligation advice to anyone who would like to find out more about making Lewes personal injury claims.
Road traffic collisions
One of the most common types of accidents that lead to people making Lewes personal injury claims are road traffic collisions.
Due to the nature of the accidents involved it is not unreasonable to assume that those involved are likely to suffer some form of injury as a result. The most obvious type of injuries associated with such accidents is whiplash. This can range from the relatively minor, which resolves itself without treatment in a number of days, to much more severe. More severe whiplash injuries can also include clinical negligence where spinal injuries have been missed or wrongly diagnosed.
Victims of road traffic collisions also find themselves making Lewes personal injury claims for broken bones, head or spinal injuries as well as amputations. In some cases our solicitors have also helped the families of deceased victims make Lewes personal injury claims.
Accidents at work
The types of accidents that you may be involved in at work will obviously depend on the types of work that you do, and the environments in which you are operating. However, some of the most common types of accidents involve lifting heavy objects or not being properly trained on how to do something. This can include operating machinery and equipment that you are untrained on, and which leads to injury of some form. Such injuries can include head injuries, crushed limbs or amputations.
No matter what your situation, if you think you could be entitled to make a claim for compensation against your employer then one of our Lewes personal injury claims solicitors will do all they can to make sure that you get all the compensation that you are likely to be entitled to.
Accidents in public places
Accidents in public places often occur because someone usually the manager of the property involved, has failed to perform suitable checks or take the necessary steps to ensure the safety of everyone who is likely to be on the premises. If you have been injured as a result of such failings then our Lewes personal injury claims solicitors will help you make a claim against the responsible individual.