You may have heard of the so-called Home Counties before. One of these is Surrey, which lies just to the south of Greater London. With 1.1 million people living here, Surrey is comprised of eleven districts, with Guildford, Runnymede and Woking being among them. Personal injury claims in Surrey do occur from time to time, and can be warranted in a variety of circumstances.
Injuries occurring in the workplace
The total number of personal injury claims in Surrey each year is quite small compared to the number of people living there. Of course, there is the chance that accidents might happen to people who have visited the area, either on business or for personal reasons. Whatever the case may be, there are situations in which people have good cause to seek out a lawyer.
Sometimes, accidents can happen to people as they are going about their daily work. This could mean being hurt in an office, in a factory, while driving a bus, or in any number of other workplaces. Thankfully, health and safety is an important part of every workplace. The Health and Safety at Work Act has led to much safer workplaces over the years. However, there are still occasions when things might potentially go wrong, leaving people to suffer injuries that were down to negligence.
Can you prove negligence was behind your injuries?
If you can, you may become one of those people who make personal injury claims in Surrey. Here at Accident Advice Helpline, our team of advisors is standing by to see if they can provide you with positive, no-obligation advice. If there is a chance we could help you begin a no win, no fee claim, we will be ready to do just that if you want us to go ahead.
But first, why not give us a call now on 0800 689 0500? We have set up an online test, too, providing you with essential answers in just 30 seconds. The entire process is designed to be easy for you, as one of our lawyers will handle everything on your behalf. The idea of claiming may seem strange to you, but if negligence led directly to your injuries occurring, you should definitely make a claim as there is no risk to you in doing so whatsoever. Make sure you get in touch with us now to learn more.
Date Published: 31st May 2013