How to find out more about claims for road traffic accidents in Vale of White Horse
Vale of White Horse is a local government district in Oxfordshire. If you live there and you’re always in a rush, you might need some household time savers.
- If your curtain rails are sticking, they will slide along much easier if you give them a wipe with furniture polish and then clean it off.
- If you are putting a new rod through your curtains you should slip a thimble on the end of the rod before threading it through the curtain. This speeds the whole process up and stops the rod from catching on the fabric.
- Hang some bulldog clips inside your cupboard doors for holding all your bills, receipts etc… which you need quickly. It saves time searching through drawers for them.
- Keep talcum powder by the sink next to your rubber gloves. Before you put the gloves on, sprinkle the powder in them, it stops the gloves from sticking to your fingers and making them difficult to remove.
- When you empty the pedal bin, fold several bin liners at the bottom before you put your new one in. this saves time looking for a new one each time you empty your bin.
- Place a smear of oil around the necks of bottles which hold sticky sauces etc… This will make them easier to open.
- Place a small button at the end of the sellotape roll, this will make the end easier to find.
- To prevent the top of a nail varnish bottle from sticking you should rub petroleum jelly inside the top and on the grooves of the bottle. This will make it much easier to open.
- Use an old shoulder bag for carrying cleaning products from room to room. If you are working up a ladder, you can sling it across your shoulder so that you don’t have to keep going up and down the ladder to get what you want.
All of that extra time means that you can go out and do something enjoyable. However, if you are unfortunate enough to be in a car accident while you are out, you may be able to claim compensation for personal injuries relating to road traffic accidents in the Vale of White Horse if the accident was not your fault. You should telephone Accident Advice Helpline to find out more.
A 30 second test
If you are nervous about making the call, you do not need to be, simply tell your trained adviser that you would like to find out more about claiming compensation for road traffic accidents in the Vale of White Horse. At this point, your trained adviser will help you through a 30 second test which consists of four straightforward questions to find out whether you might be able to claim compensation for road traffic accidents in the Vale of White Horse. If you do have a claim it will be on a ‘no win, no fee’ basis.
Call Accident Advice Helpline now to find out more. Lines are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The number is 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: 15th September 2014
Author: David Brown