Clovelly is a small, privatised village on the Western coast of England which is associated with three families. It is very friendly and convenient for pedestrians, as many of the local landmarks such as its hotel and public house are within walking distance of each other.
If you have been a pedestrian who has sustained an injury, you are entitled to compensation for the damage or injury caused, provided that it occurred through no fault of your own. This is exactly why you should contact a solicitor in Clovelly as soon as you can, as they will help you to establish your case against the party at fault, which of course increases your chances of getting the compensation owed to you.
Contacting a solicitor in Clovelly
Pedestrians unfortunately are much more likely to sustain serious injuries, because they don’t usually wear any protective gear that you would normally see on cyclists or motorbike riders. This is exactly why if you have been injured through no fault of your own in such an accident, you need the assistance of a solicitor who understands this danger well, so that they can go on to win their case.
An excellent solicitor in Clovelly can be found by calling Accident Advice Helpline on 0333 500 0993. Our friendly advisers will not only connect you with the solicitor, but also give you the help and assistance you need in furthering your case by offering no-obligation advice.
We are open all day and every day of the week, so you can contact us whenever you want. You know you can trust us as we have been in business for over 15 years.
How to get help from a solicitor in Clovelly
A pedestrian could suffer from several different injuries as a result of an accident, any of which could be either relatively minor or extremely serious and even life-threatening. A pedestrian is more likely to be seriously hurt by accidents than someone who is sitting in a car or on a motorbike.
- You may have suffered several broken bones from a collision with a car or motorbike, or have undergone cosmetic surgery because of facial injuries. Your insurance may not be enough to cover all your incurred medical expenses.
- You might have sustained a head injury in the accident which causes you to go comatose, which could incur financial losses.
- You might have sustained a broken foot, which would render you unable to walk without assistance for a long time. In extreme cases, you may even have to get your foot amputated.
If you have sustained any injury through no fault of your own, you should be compensated.
Date Published: 6th April 2014
Author: David Brown