Have you been injured in a public place accident in West Lancashire?
If you have had a public place accident in West Lancashire then Accident Advice Helpline can help you make a claim for compensation, provided that the accident was not your fault.
Types of accident
When it comes to having suffered a public place accident in West Lancashire, there are a large number of different ways that you can be injured.
For over 15 years Accident Advice Helpline has helped countless people make claims for compensation after they have suffered a personal injury in a public place as a result of the actions of someone else.
It may be that you were visiting a local shop when you slipped on a wet patch on the floor. If this water was caused by a leak which was not fixed, or a spillage that was not properly cleaned up, then there is a good chance that we can help you make a claim against the shop owner for the pain and suffering caused by your injuries.
We have also helped other individuals who have been injured after slipping on water pooled in doorways from the rain outside as shop owners have failed to provide suitable flooring to protect customers from slips.
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Another type of accident in West Lancashire which can occur in public involves tripping on raised paving stones. In some cases such an accident does not cause an injury other than perhaps some slight dents to your own pride, however, in other cases people can suffer quite severe problems.
Whatever the situation you can be assured that one of our expert solicitors will do all they can to make sure that you get the compensation that you are entitled to.
How we can help
In order to make sure that you get the compensation that you deserve our solicitors will work with you to establish all of the facts surrounding your accident in West Lancashire.
This will include taking a statement from you regarding the precise nature of your accident, as well as any information that other witnesses may be able to provide. We will also take into account CCTV footage, photographs and sketches of the accident scene.
Once this has been done we will arrange for you to be assessed by an independent medical expert who will investigate the severity of your injuries and determine how long you are likely to remain suffering from them.
They will then be able to write a report which will convey a recommendation for how much compensation you are likely to be entitled to.
Once this is completed your solicitor will discuss with you any other compensation you might be entitled to, including loss of earnings and out of pocket expenses you have had to make.
Call us now on: 0800 689 0500 to speak to one of our friendly advisers.
Date Published: 17th June 2014
Author: David Brown