Known to be in the region of the West Midlands, Shropshire is a location that has over 473,900 people living there, as of a 2011 estimate. The region has a population number that is created from roughly five towns. The region has many areas of ‘Outstanding Natural Beauty’. In fact many people will be able to see that the region is fairly rural in its design. It is also near the River Severn, one of the largest rivers in the country.
Working in the Shropshire Farms
Being a rural region there are likely to be some farms nearby. Farms can allow for crops to be grown in a highly efficient manner. However they can also be dangerous environments for people who are working on them. The risks that a farmer might be faced with will tend to vary depending on what task they’re doing at any given moment.
Some of the risks might be associated with handling some of the livestock. Some of the risks might involve dealing with the machinery. In each of the cases mentioned there is always the likelihood that an injury can happen and an individual can find themselves hurt.
The injuries that occur on a farm might be as follows:
- Bleeding Wounds
- Broken Bones
Those injuries are not exhaustive and many more injuries could also occur. However it helps to note that these injuries are some of the more common injuries that might occur when working on a farm. Some farmers might be working with other people whilst they are trying to go about their daily duties. Such farmers might find that they are injured whilst working around these other people. They may therefore want to put forward a claim that allows for them to obtain some compensation.
Using the Right Law Firm When Making Personal Injury Claims in Shropshire
That can be done through the help of a law firm. Accident Advice Helpline are one of the many law firms in Shropshire that can help you with personal injury claims in Shropshire. Using their ten years of experience Accident Advice Helpline can inform and guide you in relation to what needs to be done. They have a helpline number (0800 689 0500 from a landline or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993) that provides you with a chance to speak to someone who is trained in helping people make personal injury claims in Shropshire.
As you make use of the services that are provided by Accident Advice Helpline there are a few things that you will want to keep in mind. For instance you should note that you can only make a claim if an accident was caused by another person. You should also note that most personal injury claims in Shropshire will vary in terms of how long they are going to take, and the amount that you can claim.
Date Published: 7th August 2014
Author: David Brown