Merseyside is a metropolitan county and is governed by the Merseyside County Council. A large part of the economy is dependent upon the tertiary sector today.
Unlike motorcyclists, drivers and cyclists- pedestrians do not have access to protective gear such as helmets, airbags and kneepads. Therefore they are more prone to sustaining minor and major injuries.
If you have found yourself in such a situation, and feel you are entitled to some form of compensation, you can and should file personal injury compensation claims in Merseyside.
Do you have to file personal injury compensation claims in Merseyside?
No, you do not have to file a claim. However most people tend to incur financial losses, as they end up having to take time off work to recover from the injuries they sustained. This is why it is important, that all victims are aware of the fact that they can be compensated for the harm inflicted upon them.
So, if you wish to get reimbursed for your losses, consider filing a claim.
What kind of injuries must you sustain to make a claim?
You can sustain any type of injury before making personal injury compensation claims in Merseyside. However these injuries must have required you to seek out medical attention, such as:
- Head injuries- you were hit by a car while you were crossing the road because they were not paying attention
- Leg injuries- someone on a motorbike crashed into you because they were going over the speed limit and did not see you
What can Accident Advice Helpline do to help
Accident Advice Helpline has long been involved in personal injury cases, in fact for well over a decade. Your health is important, so our solicitors will handle the process of forming the claim for you, giving you the time you need to recover.
If you want to have a chat with someone to find out more information, all you have to do is give us a call. Our friendly and professional advisers are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
What are you waiting for? Hire a solicitor today. Call us on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
You can also take the 30-second test, which is on our Homepage. It will provide you with the amount of money you may be entitled to in compensation, if you do go on to win your claim. However it is important to note that this figure is an estimation.
Date Published: 18th May 2015
Author: David Brown