Solicitor in Chard

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Thanks to Accident Advice Helpline a solicitor in Chard is not hard to find.  Accident Advice Helpline is a nationwide law firm with teams of in house solicitors based all over the UK.  Wherever you may be in the country if you have been hurt or injured in an accident that was not your own fault Accident Advice Helpline can provide you with an in house solicitor who can help you seek cash compensation.  For example are you in the Chard area and looking for a solicitor in Chard?  If so, please read on.

Solicitor in Chard

An in house solicitor in Chard at Accident Advice Helpline can help you if you have been hurt or injured in an accident that was not your own fault.  Accident Advice Helpline understands that accidents happen all the time and there are many different types of accidents that a person can find themselves involved in.  One group of people that the solicitor in Chard team at Accident Advice Helpline has helped numerous times is pedestrians.

Pedestrians can often find themselves a victim of a road traffic accident through no fault of their own.  For example:

  1. A pedestrian could be crossing the road at a designated spot such as a zebra or pelican crossing when the driver of a vehicle fails to stop as they should and hits the pedestrian.  This accident has happened through no fault of the pedestrian and this pedestrian is now an accident victim and is eligible to claim cash compensation for their injuries.
  2. A pedestrian could be crossing a road when the driver of a vehicle, who is driving above the speed limit, hits the pedestrian.  This accident has happened through no fault of the pedestrian and this pedestrian is now an accident victim and is eligible to claim cash compensation for their injuries.
  3. A pedestrian could be walking along a pavement or footpath when the driver of a vehicle drives along the pavement or footpath, rather than the road where they should be, and hits the pedestrian.  This accident has happened through no fault of the pedestrian and this pedestrian is now an accident victim and is eligible to claim cash compensation for their injuries.

If you have been the victim of an accident in one of these ways or a similar way then you can seek cash compensation for your injuries, damages and expenses.  If the accident was not your fault but the fault of another person then you are entitled to make a claim and should seek the help and legal assistance from an in house solicitor in Chard at Accident Advice Helpline.  For more information please call our freephone helpline number on 0800 689 0500.

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