Depending on your knowledge of geography, the place name Coleford might recall a settlement in several very different parts of the country. If you know Devon very well, you may think of a small hamlet called Coleford that has a very small population. Meanwhile, Coleford in Gloucestershire is a market town, much bigger than the settlement in Devon. Finally, and back down in the south-west of England, you will find a village by the name of Coleford in Somerset. So, as you might guess, the ease of finding a personal injury lawyer in Coleford depends on which Coleford you are in.
In any case, finding a lawyer who specialises in personal injury cases would be important if you had been hurt in an accident and you know someone else caused that accident. No maliciousness needs to be proven – just the fact the other person was negligent.
The consequences of being an innocent victim
No matter how careful and alert you are each day, there are situations that could potentially occur that might lead you to end a day with injuries from an accident. It’s possible to meet a driver who isn’t paying attention, for example – perhaps someone on their phone instead of looking at the road ahead.
You might even be hurt while working, if your employer hasn’t given you appropriate training or they haven’t taken care to maintain the equipment you must use in your work. And we all know people who have slipped over on an icy pavement that should have been gritted, or tripped on a hazard that should not have been present.
Alternatives to looking for a personal injury lawyer in Coleford
Whichever part of the country you are in, the task of finding a personal injury lawyer in Coleford is not necessary. Indeed, the easier it is to seek advice, the more likely it is you will do so. Accident Advice Helpline has taken great pains to make sure you are just a phone call away from getting the no-obligation advice you require in this instance.
Just call 0800 689 0500 now, or try 0333 500 0993 if you are using a mobile. When you get in touch, you can ask us about the chance to make a no-win, no-fee claim, which means you’re never at risk of being liable for solicitors’ fees even if you did lose.
Date Published: 28th November 2016
Author: Rob Steen