Many people might think of Boston, Massachusetts when the word Boston comes up. But actually, there’s another place by this name in the UK, situated in Lincolnshire. You might be surprised to hear the American city was named after the town in England. Around 64,000 people lived here when the last census took place, although that figure may now have reached 65,000 and over. No win, no fee compensation claims in Boston don’t occur that often, but if you ever have cause to look into making this type of claim, you should consider whether a personal injury lawyer might be able to help.
A personal injury lawyer is someone who takes on claims whereby someone has been injured through some kind of negligence. For example, if an individual causes an accident to happen, perhaps through a lack of attention, this could be deemed to have been negligent of them.
Examples of situations in which a claim might occur
Accidents are usually to blame in situations where people are hurt by someone else. For example, someone could shoot through a red light in their car, knocking down someone legitimately crossing the road at a proper crossing. Someone might drive onto a roundabout without giving way to traffic already on it. Someone might undertake and cause an accident by doing so.
Accidents could potentially happen in work locations too, just as they could in any public place you can think of. What about slips, trips and falls, or a fall from a height, for example? These are just some examples.
Could we help you make a claim?
Are you wondering whether no win, no fee compensation claims in Boston could work for you? It all depends on your own individual situation, of course, but the best way to determine if a claim would work out is to consult a professional lawyer. Perhaps one of our lawyers could help?
To find out whether they could, call Accident Advice Helpline now by using our enquiry line on 0800 689 0500. You’ll soon have the answers you need, either way. We also have an online test that is free to take, just as the phone call is free too. You’ll soon see why we are proud to name Dame Esther Rantzen as our patron – someone who is passionate about protecting people’s rights in situations just like these.
Date Published: 19th October 2014
Author: David Brown