The Isle of Sheppey is an island located in the district of Kent, England off the northern coast. The island lies on an estuary of River Thames and Sheerness is the largest town in the island.
Looking for an injury solicitor for a non fault accident on the Isle of Sheppey
Sheep keeping has been an economic activity for many years. Farmed sheep can cause accidents especially when crossing roads. You may be at Isle of Sheppey on holiday when your car gets involved in a collision with sheep which was not your fault. You may look for an injury solicitor for a non fault accident on Isle of Sheppey and not find one.
The sheep might have escaped from their enclosure because the owner had not fenced it well and caused an accident which results in an injury. It is the responsibility of the farmer to control movements of farmed animals and if this was not done you may file a personal injury compensation claim.
You may not know that Accident Advice Helpline give expert advice to personal injury victims on their free phone number 0800 689 0500. They can also act as your injury solicitor should you wish to pursue a claim. They do not have an injury solicitor working on the Isle of Sheppey directly, however, they are a national firm so they cover accident cases across the whole of the UK.
Seeking help from an injury solicitor
Animals can cause accidents when they cross the road unexpectedly. If your car gets involved in an accident caused by farmed animals and you get any of the following injuries you can file a personal injury compensation claim within 3 years from the time of the accident.
There are many types of injuries and you need to contact Accident Advice Helpline that specialises in your type of injury.
- Broken Bones-this can be very painful. Screws, plates, discs and nails may be implanted on broken bones under anaesthesia to hold them together.
- Spinal injury–stress on the spine or trauma can cause a slipped disc which can be very painful leading to deformity. You may require physiotherapy or consider acupressure, acupuncture, stimulation and manipulation to align the spine.
- Fractures-when a car accident occurs, the victim may be hit on the neck (whiplash) legs, chest, hands or pelvis. All these can cause broken joints and bones. A splint, brace, plaster or a fibreglass cast may be applied.
- Fatalities-in severe accidents fatalities are reported every year in the U.K and elsewhere.
For more information call now on 0800 689 0500 or on 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.