People wishing to launch no win no fee* claims in Conwy for injuries they’ve sustained through no fault of their own in their homes, often use our services of Accident Advice Helpline, courtesy of the Internet.
The alarming number of injuries in the home
Accidents in the home are the most prolific type of accidents that cause injury. It may surprise you to know that the total number of people who arrive at accident and emergency departments in hospitals up and down the UK for treatment every year, is in excess of 2.7 million and that of this number, approximately 5,000 die.
The smallest house in Great Britain
There is however one house in Conwy where you would be unlikely to have a serious accident because it’s actually the smallest house here in England and there’s barely room, (unless you’re very small), to even fall over in it.
The house actually has a mention in the Guinness Book of Records as being the smallest house in GB. Its dimensions measure 3.05 m x 1.8 m. It is located on the key, and at one time actually housed a family. It is now a tourist curiosity which can be toured (using the word loosely of course) for a small fee.
Your own carelessness or negligence may rule out any claim
The most common type of accident in the home is the slip, trip or fall accident, but as with any accident that causes injury you are hoping to claim compensation for, the blame for the accident must be attributable to a third party, which means that the vast majority of accidents and injuries that occur through people’s own carelessness or negligence cannot be compensated.
When no win no fee* claims in Conwy for injuries in the home may be viable
If the accidents and injuries of potential no win no fee* claims in Conwy are the result of faulty workmanship carried out by a contractor, or are due to the malfunction of a new product you purchased, you may well be in line for compensation, and we here at Accident Advice Helpline can help you to evaluate any potential claim.
Take the 30 second test
You can carry out an initial valuation yourself by taking what we refer to as the 30 second test. All it involves is visiting our website and making use of the HOW MUCH calculator that you’ll find there. You need to answer four simple questions that are posed by the calculator and there are a set of drop down boxes to help you with this process. Once you’ve supplied the information, if the calculator believes your claim to be viable, it will issue you with an estimate advising how much compensation you could be awarded. The whole process takes less than 30 seconds on average, hence the name, “the 30 second test.”
If you need help
Should you any need help or advice, chat to a member of our support team via our toll-free helpline. Call 0800 689 0500 from any landline, or 0333 500 0993 from any mobile.