Pelvis injury claims can be made for a wide variety of types of accidents and injuries.
You might be entitled to make a pelvis injury claims if:
- You have been injured in an accident on the road, whether as a driver, passenger, pedestrian or cyclist
- You have sustained an accident in the workplace (this could be as a result of a faulty piece of machinery or equipment, or due to lack of training on how to operate equipment or perform your job safely)
- You have had a slip, trip or fall in a private building or public place
- You have been injured as a result of a faulty piece of equipment, or furniture, or any other kind of product that you have purchased which is fundamentally unfit for purpose
Accident Advice Helpline
Over the years Accident Advice Helpline has worked on a wide variety of personal injury claims including pelvis injury claims.
We therefore have all the industry knowledge needed to be able to help you to make a successful claim, and will do all we can to support you throughout the entire process.
If you would like more information on pelvis injury claims then you can contact us directly and speak to a member of our team today.
Why not call our dedicated pelvis injury claims line on our free phone helpline number? We have specially trained advisors who will be available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to answer your calls, and provide you with all the information you need to make an informed decision about whether or not you think we are the best law firm to represent you.
Alternatively, you can complete our online enquiry form and request that a member of our team gives you a call back at a time which is convenient for you.
Finally, another way to find out more about making pelvis injury claims you can take our 30 second test. By answering a couple of simple questions about your accident and injury our test can tell you immediately (well, within 30 seconds at least) whether or not you could be entitled to make a claim. We could also give you a good indication of how much your claim might be worth.
How it works
Once we know that you would like to proceed with your claim we will arrange for one of our in house solicitors to work on your case. They will work with you to ensure that all the relevant information is presented to the person you think is responsible for your accident.
Your solicitor will handle all of the paperwork, and in the vast majority of cases everything can be done either via post or on the phone, which means that you will not need to attend court. This can be a huge relief to those who have suffered a serious and painful injury.
Date Published: 5th March 2014
Author: David Brown