Accidents in the UK
There are over 3 million accidents happening every single year in the United Kingdom – accidents of all kinds. Many of them are small events and the person injured is at fault for them, but there are also a lot of victims in the UK who are injured through no fault of their own. Sometimes, these injuries can change the lives of victims and their families forever.
If you have been injured in an accident that was in no way your fault, if your injuries needed medical attention and the accident took place in the last three years, then according to the law you are entitled to claim compensation from the person at fault.
If this sounds like what happened to you, contacting Accident Advice Helpline for a personal injury lawyer in Reigate is the most sensible thing you could do at this point.
Contacting a personal injury lawyer in Reigate after a road traffic accident
Road-related accidents take the lives of five people every single day in the UK and have caused many innocent victims to become seriously injured. If the injury has been something very serious like a brain injury, to those who live close with the victim it will seem like they are living with a different person – that’s if they are lucky to be able to stay at home at all. The majority of brain injury victims need 24-hour care, and no matter how young they are, they could spend the rest of their life in a care home.
Contacting a personal injury lawyer in Reigate after an accident at work
All employers in the UK have a legal duty to protect and preserve the health and safety of their employees while they are at work. If they fail in this and you have been injured because of their incompetence, you could be entitled to claim for injury compensation from them. It could be simply things like falling over something in a walkway which could cause a nasty injury, but what would be even worse is falling from a height, in which case you might be lucky to even make it out alive.Open Claim Calculator
Contacting a personal injury lawyer in Reigate after an accident in a public place
Anywhere the public can access should have public liability insurance, from the likes of swimming pools to a public library. Even the pavements on which you walk every single day should be properly maintained to make sure that an accident won’t happen. If they have not been maintained, then the local council could face a personal injury claim.
Contacting Accident Advice Helpline after you have been a victim of an accident
Accident Advice Helpline have assisted so many different people all over the UK from all different walks of life to get the compensation they deserved, from more kinds of accidents that you could possibly imagine. Every single accident, injury and victim are completely unique and will be treated as such — at no time will you feel like a number in a list.
Call us on 0800 689 0500.