What can a personal injury solicitor in Leyland do?
The term ‘personal injury’ can be used to cover a broad range of injury and accident types. These range from whiplash sustained in a car accident, to a broken ankle caused by tripping on a damaged kerbstone to an injury that has occurred in the workplace. Other types of personal injury take a less physical form, so for example a personal injury solicitor in Leyland will also work with someone who is suffering from stress and anxiety following an accident.
Personal injury solicitor in Leyland – What kind of injury have you suffered?
An injury can be physical or psychological. If you have a broken bone then you are entitled to make a claim for compensation but you are also equally entitled to claim if an accident has left you terrified of travelling in a car. Whatever injury you have suffered, if it was caused by someone else you have a legal right to make a claim. Your solicitor in Leyland knows the right compensation levels for the impact of your injury and will work to achieve the best possible results for you.
Accident Advice Helpline.
We are here to help you and are firmly on your side. We understand that to someone who has just been in an accident, making a compensation claim will be seen as time consuming, expensive and more than a little scary. With our help and the help of your solicitor in Leyland, the whole process can be made simple and financially risk free and can even be handled entirely over the telephone.
Why should you make a claim?
Firstly it is your legal right to do so. If your injury was a result of an accident caused by someone else and if the accident happened within the last three years then the law states that you have a right to be reimbursed financially. You will not only be paid for your injury but also for any financial losses you have suffered. This is because many people have to take time off work to recover and not all of them receive payments while they are off. Additionally, many people find that they have extra childcare or travel costs while they recover. A claim removes the worry of how you have to cope while you are unable to work. Making a claim can also help to prevent the same thing from happening to someone else. For example, an injury claim made following a car accident on a dangerous blind corner may result in mirrors being put up on the corner to prevent the same thing happening in the future.
You can call us at any time of day or night, twenty four hours a day on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993 and get no obligation advice about your own personal accident. By speaking to us you will be putting yourself in the best place to make a claim with the minimum of stress to yourself.
Date Published: 4th May 2014