If you remember the old nursery rhyme about Banbury Cross, you’ll realise this refers to one of the crosses that once stood in Banbury. The town has one cross today, dating from 1859. The town is in Oxfordshire, towards the far north of the county. It has a population of around 46,800 people. As you might imagine, this makes it reasonably easy to find a personal injury lawyer in Banbury if you ever needed to.
Personal injuries can happen in a variety of ways, but it’s rare for them to be caused by someone else. Sometimes, they are down to our own fault, such as not looking where we are going and tripping over something we should have seen. This isn’t always the case, though.
What might happen that would make it logical to seek out a personal injury lawyer in Banbury?
Banbury is a pleasant and safe place, but you could be hurt by a third party’s negligence anywhere in the country. Such things are uncommon, but we get calls every day from people who have been in this same situation. If you suspect someone else was responsible for injuries you sustained at work, on the roads or in any public place, it’s worth finding out more.
A personal injury lawyer will be able to consider what happened to you. They’ll ask you about the situation, the injuries you received and whether there were witnesses or any other evidence that might support your claim. If they agree to take your case, they may offer the chance to accept the offer on a no-win, no-fee basis.
Take the easy route and call our team today
Some people forget about trying to claim compensation because they think it will be hard to find a lawyer who can help. We decided to do something about that, and created Accident Advice Helpline in 2000. We have an enquiry line you can call free on 0800 689 0500, and we have a free test on our website too – one that guarantees you some quick answers. You can even call 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.
Whatever you do to get in touch, calling us is easier than going out to look for a personal injury lawyer in Banbury. Why not choose to take the straightforward route to getting some easy answers to what happened to you?
Date Published: 5th December 2016
Author: Emma Matthews