Why might you need a personal injury lawyer in Blackwater?
You might find yourself needing to hire the services of a personal injury lawyer in Blackwater for a wide variety of reasons. No matter what your own personal reason for thinking you need the help of an expert personal injury lawyer in Blackwater then you need look no further than Accident Advice Helpline and our team of in house lawyers and specialists.
All of our solicitors, as well as our personal injury lawyer in Blackwater can help you with a huge variety of personal injury claims. For example:
- Accidents at work
- Accidents involving machinery
- Accidents involving faulty products and equipment
- Food poisoning
- Accidents and incidents that have occurred on holiday (whilst abroad and in the UK)
- Accidents on the road (whether you were a driver, passenger, pedestrian or cyclist)
- Accidents in public places (for example, restaurants, shops, public buildings)
- Accidents on the pavements (traditional slips, trips or falls)
- Falls from height
- Accidents involving livestock
The reality of the matter is if you can think of a way that you can be injured in an accident then our personal injury lawyer in Blackwater will be able to help you make a claim for compensation. The only real stipulation is that the accident in question should not have been your fault.
Even if you were partly responsible for the action our personal injury lawyer in Blackwater may still be able to help you make a claim against whoever else was responsible – although it is important to note that the amount of compensation you are likely to be awarded will be reduced if you are not partially liable.
To find out how much compensation you might be able to claim you can take our uniquely designed 30 second test. By giving us some brief information about your case and the nature of your accident we can not only tell you immediately whether or not you are entitled to make a claim, but how much that claim could be worth in terms of compensation.
Why make a claim?
To make a claim or not is a personal decision, and no one else has the right to tell you that you should (or shouldn’t) make a claim for compensation.
All you do need to know is that it is your legal right if you have been injured as a result of the actions of another person. The law fundamentally allows you to make a claim for the injustice and suffering you have been exposed to.
Equally, the law ensures that there is a strict time limit to how long you have to make a claim. Generally speaking this is three years since the date of the incident, or three years since you could reasonably have been expected to know about the impact of an incident (i.e. from diagnosis of an industrial disease).
Contact us today for more information on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: 31st March 2014
Author: David Brown