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Are you making a no win no fee* Derby claim because you’ve been injured by an act of vandalism?

When people commit crime, they often have a specific aim in mind. If, for example, someone tries to mug you or burgle your home, they may be intending to steal your possessions or your money. Similarly, if someone commits a violent assault, they may be intending to harm or kill their victim. However, not all crimes have such an obvious motive. When people commit acts of vandalism, they may simply be acting in a destructive manner or they may think that their conduct is funny or amusing.

The term vandalism can cover a wide range of behaviours. It is sometimes used to refer to pettier crimes, such as graffiti, minor criminal damage or verbal assaults. However, whilst the perpetrator may not actually intend to harm anyone, they can easily do so. If, for example, someone vandalises your car, they may not simply damage the appearance of the vehicle. They could also damage the mechanics which could mean that the care is now unsafe to drive. If you don’t realise this and you attempt to use the vehicle, you could suffer an injury or become involved in a collision, as a result.

Similarly, if people were to throw stones or bricks at cars, this could cause a multiple car collision. There have even been reports of drivers being killed after being struck by bricks thrown from a motorway bridge.

When people commit these sorts of acts, they are often held responsible for the consequences, even if they did not intend them. If you’ve been harmed because of an act of vandalism you could, therefore go on to make a no win no fee* Derby compensation claim.

In most cases, the police are likely to be involved when vandalism ends up causing someone to suffer an injury. If they are able to catch the perpetrators, this could make it easier for your no win no fee* Derby solicitors to prove who caused your injuries when it comes to making your claim.

If you know who caused your injuries and you’re ready to make a no win no fee* Derby compensation claim, why not contact us to find out how we can help? We have a team of hardworking personal injury solicitors on hand to help so you should find it easy to access legal advice and assistance. We even offer free no obligation advice so you won’t have to pay anything at all in order to learn more about the claims process.

If you’re ready to make a no win no fee* Derby compensation claim or if you simply want to find out what to do next, you can contact Accident Advice Helpline at any time on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile and we’ll do our very best to help you with your claim.

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