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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Solicitors in Berkswell


    Berkswell is a village in the West Midlands, in the Solihull area. The population was recorded at 3,139 in the last census in 2011. The village sits towards the south of the region. There are many villages throughout England and indeed in the West Midlands. While this one has a larger population than some others, it might still prove challenging to find solicitors in Berkswell who are trained to handle personal injury cases.

    These cases relate to any situation whereby you have been hurt in an accident and you think someone else was at fault. While very few accidents happen in British workplaces today, some still do occur. When they do, they may lead to an outcome that could change the way you look at life. Amputation is a very rare occurrence, for example, but even the loss of a finger would likely affect the way you do certain things. It would depend which finger you lost, and how much of it was lost in the accident. However, in any event, if negligence was the cause of the loss, you could claim compensation.

    Have you lost a finger in a work accident?

    Breaking a finger is a painful injury to sustain, and it can happen if you fall awkwardly or get your finger shut in a door. However, in some instances, the extent of the injury does not stop there. If you get your finger trapped in a door, or in machinery at work, for example, you could end up losing the finger altogether.

    Amputation is the description given to the loss of a body part. In some instances, a finger or other body part can be reattached if the part is recovered and protected while it and the patient are quickly transported to hospital. This does not always work, however – a lot will depend on how the injury occurred, how much time has passed, and so on. Thankfully, only a few people know what it is like to lose a finger in an accident at work, but if you are among them, you could be entitled to compensation.

    Speak to us today rather than looking for solicitors in Berkswell who can help

    While solicitors in Berkswell could probably help you with making a personal injury claim for a lost finger, you’ll want to take the easiest route you can find. That means calling 0800 689 0500 today, because that number will put you straight through to the Accident Advice Helpline team. You can also reach us on your mobile by calling 0333 500 0993 now.

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    Losing a finger is often something you can eventually come to terms with and cope with, but it will likely mean changes as you get used to the situation. And if someone else caused that injury to occur, you do have every right to try and claim compensation for the loss. So, give our team a ring to see if a personal injury lawyer can make a claim on your behalf.

     

    Date Published: 13th September 2017

    Author: Rob Steen

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