After an accident, many people are aware that they have the right to use Milford Haven accident claim solicitors to make a claim for compensation.
They are given this right by UK law which states that we all have a duty of care to ensure the health and safety of others in whatever we’re doing. This duty is extended to business owners, owners of public premises and car drivers and means that they must take any and all reasonable steps to maintain the safety of other people.
If they breach this duty or fail it in any way, either with action or a lack of action, they can be held liable and Milford Haven accident claim Solicitors can pursue them on behalf of a victim of an accident for compensation for that victim.
Why you should make a claim
When it comes to pursuing their compensation through Milford Haven accident claim solicitors, some people feel a little hesitant. They may not want the hassle of a claim or may imagine it to be expensive if they are unsuccessful. However, there are a number of very good reasons why it’s essential to contact Accident Advice Helpline to pursue a claim.
- Financial. Few people are able, until they have been placed into that situation, to fully appreciate just how expensive an accident can be. As well as their potential loss of earnings as they recover from their injuries, they may have medical expenses, travelling expenses and their family may suffer similar losses. Assuming that their injuries are short term, they may be able to return to work quickly. However, if their injuries take longer to recover from or they are permanent then they may need to make adjustments to their lifestyle to accommodate their incident and its after effects on them. Few people can afford the outlay of all that this entails, especially when they may have to take time away from work and so the compensation that Milford Haven accident claim solicitors can gain on their behalf could begin to address the financial balance.
- Principle. If you have been injured in an accident which was not your fault, the chances are that the accident occurred because of someone else’s actions, either directly or indirectly. When an injury occurs because of someone else’s actions the victim can become angry and frustrated, often by the principle that the person took so little care and attention in what they were doing. Compensation in this way can act as a formal acknowledgement of suffering and an apology.
- Prevention. Furthermore, an action for compensation may go some way to ensuring that whatever the actions of the person or organisation which led to the action, they are unlikely to do so again meaning nobody else will have the same ordeal.
Contact Milford Haven accident claim solicitors
The above are just a small number of the many reasons why taking a 30 second test to see if you’re entitled to claim compensation could help to redress the balance following your accident.
Date Published: 5th October 2014
Author: David Brown