Sutton St James village is situated in the county of Lincolnshire, in England. The village’s church is dedicated to Saint James. Both the church tower and chancel are Grade II* listed, as well as St Ives Cross which is located west of the village at a crossroads.
You may be employed in this village and may have gotten injured through no fault of your own, which perhaps may involve a long stay in the hospital. Because of the fact that your life could be affected for a very long time, you should start searching for a locally based solicitor offering no win no fee for Sutton St James claims to help you make a compensation claim.
Accident Advice Helpline
Whether you get a local lawyer or not, the best choice in such a case are Accident Advice Helpline. We are a nationwide law firm who serve no-fault victims, wherever they may be. You can call us from hospital or home, and we will get you in touch with a lawyer offering no win no fee for Sutton St James claims to deal with your case and ensure that whoever was responsible for the injuries pays up.
Call Accident Advice Helpline for free on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile, or text ‘claim365’ to 88010 and you will get a response. The call will be free of charge and you will receive free no-obligation advice. You will not be compelled to pursue your claim with us.
You can also take the 30 second test on our website to determine if you qualify to make a claim, and how much you are likely to receive if successful.
Your lawyer offering no win no fee for Sutton St James claims will file a claim against the person who was to blame for the injury which includes damages for pain, anguish and distress suffered, medical expenses, travelling expenses, care costs, loss of earnings and loss of quality of life.
Injuries for which you may claim through a lawyer offering no win no fee for Sutton St James claims
A concussion can arise from a fall, sporting activity, road traffic accident or assault. There are different signs and symptoms of concussions, and the injuries range from mild to severe. A CT scan of the head or an MRI of the brain may reveal the extent of the injury.
Here are some of the potential symptoms and effects of a head injury:
- Headaches: the victim may experience severe headaches.
- Seizures: the patient may get convulsions. If this continues, the doctor may order an EEG/brain wave test.
- Loss of consciousness or loss of alertness: this is likely because the brain shakes violently, causing its functions to be disturbed.
- Confusion: if this is persistent, it should be reported to a doctor.
- Unequal pupils of the eye: one pupil may be bigger than the other, or may move in a different direction.
- Memory loss: inability to remember anything that happened before the injury.
- Dizziness, blurry vision and slurry speech: these may also be reported.
- Coma: in severe cases, the patient may be in a coma.
Date Published: 10th March 2014
Author: David Brown