Leigh Delamere is a small village in the civil parish of Grittleton in the county of Wiltshire, five miles from Chippenham. It is the location of Leigh Delamere services on the M4.
The village comprises a church, eight almshouses and eight houses, most of which have been renovated during a major modernisation of the hamlet following the demise of Manor Farm. With such a small population, a dedicated no win no fee injury claim in Leigh Delamere team is not really required there. The almshouses have since been sold, and the new owners are proposing to split each building into two houses.
Since 2007, a bund has been proposed to be built around the hamlet of Leigh Delamere to reduce the noise of motorway traffic. The residents of Leigh Delamere voted on whether to build the bund and the vote won with a landslide victory.
It is a lovely little village, but with no specialist no win no fee injury claim in Leigh Delamere solicitor to turn to, what do you do if you are hurt in an accident that was not your fault? Well, that is where Accident Advice Helpline comes into it
What types of injuries can be claimed for?
One of the most common no win no fee injury claim in Leigh Delamere cases Accident Advice Helpline deal with involve an accidents on the road. With cars becoming more powerful and roads becoming more congested, the chances of an accident occurring are on the increase. If you have been in a car as a driver or a passenger, or were on a bike, bus or even on foot when the accident occurred and another driver was at fault, you may well be able to claim.
Some of the most serious injuries following a traffic injury claim in Leigh Delamere involve damage to the head, neck and back. Whiplash is a painful and difficult to diagnose injury, which can incapacitate and cause pain to the victim for many years and is unfortunately one of the most common types of injuries suffered in a car. Head and hand injuries are also common. All are injuries for which one can claim if the accident was caused by another party.
On occasion, even the place where we work is not as safe as it should be. Faulty machinery, trip hazards or even just a lack of training in health and safety can cause the working environment to become dangerous. If you have been injured at work, don’t be afraid to make an injury claim. Often, taking action against an employer following an accident at work will initiate a review of the health and safety of the entire site, thereby improving practices and protecting other employees from suffering a similar fate.
Call us today on 0800 680 0500 and see how one of our no win no fee injury claim in Leigh Delamere solicitors can you help you.
Date Published: 28th September 2013
Author: David Brown