One of 12 parishes on the isle of Jersey is St Ouen which is visited by hundreds of people every year. It can be a busy place for those living and visiting the island. But this is no issue when it comes to safety; as no matter how busy a place is, the local council, along with local businesses and other agencies, should ensure that the highest standards of safety are followed at all times. What can happen when standards are not maintained can be disastrous, especially if you are hurt! This is why you may need the services of our solicitors in St Ouen.
Have you been hurt?
If you have been hurt, you may be able to claim compensation. Many people think that in order to do so, you need to be seriously hurt but this is not always the case. Our solicitors in St Ouen have helped hundreds of people to claim compensation for their injuries, why not see if we can help you?
When you call us, what happens?
Firstly, we want to assure you that by simply making contact and discussing your case, you will not be locked in or obligated – and, better still, we promise not to pester you.
It really is your choice as to whether you decide to continue with your compensation claim with us here at the Accident Advice Helpline and our specialist solicitors in St Ouen.
The first step in any potential claim for compensation is to find out your eligibility. This means taking a look at the situation in which you were hurt, and measuring this against the criteria as laid down in personal injury law.
We do this by asking you a series of questions or, if you prefer you can do this online. We call this our ‘compensation calculator’ and you can find it on the home page of our website.
You will know, within 30 seconds if you have a claim and you will also get an indication of how much you would be entitled to claim but remember this is only a guideline, your specialist solicitors in St Ouen will talk through these details with you.
Claiming with our solicitors in St Ouen at Accident Advice Helpline is easy
Then your solicitors in St Ouen will take your case forward, on your instruction and work very hard to secure the maximum amount of compensation for your injuries as possible.
The majority of cases worked on by our in-house solicitors are conducted over the phone; there is often no need for clients to attend either a court case of medical assessment. This means you can concentrate on recovering from your injuries, looking to the future once again. It also means that you won’t have to go for a local solicitor you have the choice of anyone from across the UK.
Call us now on 0800 689 0500 from a land line or dial 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. Call now!
Date Published: 28th April 2014
Author: David Brown