St Austell is a major town and among the largest in Cornwall, England which is often referred to by many as the capital of the Alps. St Austell civil parish has a high population compared with other civil parishes in that region. Speedway racing, stock car racing, football, hockey, cricket and tennis are popular sports here.
No matter what kind of injury you sustain, you will need a specialist lawyer. And that’s why getting a no win no fee in St Austell service via Accident Advice Helpline is ideal.
Where you can get a cost-effective no win no fee lawyer
The great thing about Accident Advice Helpline’s no win no fee in St Austell service is that they operate on a no win no fee basis. Meaning the legal fees will be deducted from the compensation amount so, actually, you will feel like you have not paid anything because it was not from your pocket. Other legal professionals charge upfront fees and payments through the claim process but not Accident Advice Helpline.
You can also go to their website to find the more information. If you call their dedicated helpline a friendly adviser will listen to you and answer all your questions to help you decide if you want to proceed with the claims process.
Injuries that require a no win no fee in St Austell claim
The local council has a responsibility of maintaining pavements, walkways, steps, parks, roads etc. A poorly maintained or cracked pavement and potholes can cause slip, trip and falls. You may use this as a ground to claim compensation for injuries sustained.
The lawyer will prepare you and guide you on the steps you should take in case you need to go to court although, this is rare. This only happens when the defendant does not accept responsibility for the injuries.
- Pain – many people expect slip, trip and fall injuries to be minor but they can also be serious injuries causing severe pain. Analgesics like Paracetamols help to control pain but you should seek medical attention to know the underlying problem.
- Swelling – may be treated with massage therapy and elevating the swollen limb.
- Inflammation is treated with anti-inflammatory drugs like ibuprofen and in severe injuries steroid injection on the affected area.
- Cuts – bleeding is controlled by applying pressure on the affected area. If bleeding does not stop you should see the physician or go to an A & E Department to have it stitched.
- Lacerations – require sutures on the wound to assist healing.
- Abrasions – the top layer of the skin scrapes off when you slide on a rough surface like tarmac. The wound may require treatment with antibiotics.
- Dislocations and fractures: the amount you claim will depend on how severe the injury is.
If you want to make a compensation claim no win no fee in St Austell, call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 (mobile) now.