Cadnam is a village in the New Forest National Park, which puts it in the south-western reaches of Hampshire. The village has history dating from medieval times, and still has a small population. Any village location makes it harder for someone to find a solicitor if they needed to, since villages usually only have local services and not those that are more specialised. Therefore, if you wanted a solicitor in Cadnam, you might need to look further afield to find someone who can help you.
Maybe you are in a similar situation now, perhaps because you were involved in a road accident with someone else. Swapping details with the other driver will always be necessary, and you will of course need to contact your car insurance company regarding the damage done to your car. But how should you handle the issue of personal injuries if you believe the other driver was at fault?
Discussing your injuries with a personal injury solicitor
Personal injuries caused in a car accident should always be treated by a medical professional. If you were at fault and you know this to be true, you won’t need to get your minor injuries seen to. However, if the other party caused the accident, any injuries you sustained should be inspected by a doctor. This will provide proof of those injuries, and this proof can later be used as part of a personal injury claim if you can indeed make one.
Some people often wonder if they should claim if they only had minor injuries. Of course, broken bones, head injuries, and other more serious injuries should be claimed for if you weren’t at fault for the accident and someone else was. But you can still claim for minor injuries, if you have appropriate evidence of those injuries to use as proof. A personal injury lawyer can talk you through what would be required from you.
Talk to us instead of looking for a solicitor in Cadnam
If your accident happened in Cadnam, or nearby, you would think it obvious to look for a solicitor in Cadnam. But as we have seen, a small village means it is far from easy to find someone who is trained and experienced in handling such legal cases. Hence why it makes more sense to see whether someone else might be able to help. You want the easiest possible path to getting the answers you want, and that means contacting our team instead.
When you call 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile, you will be put through to Accident Advice Helpline. Our advisors are ready and waiting to see what happened to you, to take your details, and to determine whether a no-win, no-fee compensation claim might work out in your favour. By calling us as soon as possible, you will soon know whether you could claim and how much you may secure by way of a compensation award. So, call now to get those answers.
Date Published: 13th September 2017
Author: Rob Steen