Within Denbighshire in Wales, on the banks of River Elwy is St Asaph city. This ‘’City of Music’’ has congested streets, with increasing volume of traffic on the roads travelling to nearby towns, which is a great concern to the residents of St Asaph who have been requesting for a bypass to decongest it.
Pedestrians can be hit by drivers who over-speed, drive under the influence of alcohol and drugs when crossing the road or walking nearby. However if you were driving and another motorist was negligent and this caused you to be injured in anyway, you may be able to make a no win no fee in St Asaph personal injury claim.
Getting the right no win no fee in St Asaph legal representative
Making a claim can become time consuming especially if the claim process is complicated with attacks and counter attacks, and you may not have that time and ability if you are still recovering from injuries.
So why not hand over the matter to the experts. Accident Advice Helpline is a known legal firm that has a team of legal experts all over the country. They take away the hassle from you by handling all the legal procedures.
They write to the defendant informing him of the injury. If he accepts the blame a settlement is reached and his insurance company pays the amount of compensation to you.
Rarely will the claim reach a court trial but in case it does your solicitor will argue orally on your behalf. Accident Advice Helpline will ensure that you get what you are entitled to. They will offer you all the help you need.
Just call their free phone numbers 0800 689 500 or 0993 500 0333 or go to their website.
Common pedestrian injuries needing
Pedestrian cases can become complicated if the person who caused the injury does not accept responsibility and that is why you need a solicitor from Accident Advice Helpline to help you pursue a no win no fee in St Asaph claim.
- Cuts or lacerations-are common when a pedestrian is splashed with broken glass fragments from the car. If you sustained cuts or lacerations causing severe bleeding seek medical attention immediately to have them stitched.
- Grazes-knees and elbows may be grazed when you fall on the tarmac. You may be treated with antibiotics and analgesics to control infections and pain.
- Facial injuries-may cause permanent scarring and disfigurement when you fall on the face.
- Head and brain injuries-if you somersault and hit the road surface with your head the skull, brain and nerves can be damaged.
- Broken bones-on your leg, hand, skull, hip and face happen when the car hits you directly or you fall suddenly on the road.
Date Published: 5th March 2014
Author: David Brown