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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

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    Personal Injury Lawyer in Churchill


    Churchill is a village and civil parish in Oxfordshire which supports a population of only approximately 560 people, making it a comparatively small settlement. This also means that for a personal injury lawyer in Churchill, the area is not likely to be a particularly common source of personal injury compensation claims.

    Personal Injury Lawyer in Churchill

    However, that does not mean that no claims can arise from the village. In fact, for a personal injury lawyer in Churchill, the area can produce any variant of claim, it is just the lower population that means that instances of claims are understandably less frequent.

    Accidents and injuries that create claims can occur anywhere, and therefore anyone in the UK could be entitled to claim. If you think that you may be entitled to begin claims proceedings, then you will likely have some questions about the claims process. The remainder of this article will attempt to answer a number of these for you.

    When and Why Can You Claim?

    The law states that it is when you are injured or fall ill and it was somebody else’s fault that you can claim personal injury compensation. This compensation is available for three main reasons: it serves to hold the guilty party to account for their actions, it offers some recompense for the physical and psychological pain that the victim suffers, and finally it also provides the financial means for victims to cover their medical costs.

    How Long Do You Have to Claim?

    In the vast majority of cases, there is a period of three years from an incident in question in which claims proceedings can be begun, and if you do not do so then you lose your ability to claim. The only cases which are subject to slightly different and arguably more flexible time restrictions are those which regard either an injury to a minor or an industrial disease such as asbestos poisoning.

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    Who Can Help You to Claim?

    The best people to trust with the handling of your claim are Accident Advice Helpline, personal injury specialists who have over 15 years’ worth of experience in successfully handling all manner of compensation claims. You don’t just have to take our word for it, however, as television personality and consumer campaigner Esther Rantzen has also awarded Accident Advice Helpline her official endorsement.

    If all of this has convinced you to seek help, our friendly and professional advisers are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week on 0800 180 4123 from a landline, or 0333 500 0992 on your mobile.

    Date Published: 19th February 2014

    Author: David Brown

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