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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

    Personal injury solicitor in Burton on Trent

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    Personal injury solicitor in Burton on Trent


    Personal Injury Solicitors in Burton-Upon-Trent

    Situated in Staffordshire, just off the A38 between Lichfield and Derby, Burton on Trent became well known because of its breweries. The other side of the town from this major road is the River Trent. Burton beers were sold nationwide as well as being exported. This was made possible because of the River Trent Navigation and the canals, which allowed its transportation to the docks in Hull, from where they were sent to Prussia. They were also transported to London, for distribution in the southern counties. The brewers even developed a special pale ale that would keep during the long journey to India.

    There was a time when a quarter of the ale sold in Britain came from Burton on Trent, but these days there is just eight breweries left, the largest of which you pass as you leave the A38 to drive into the town centre.

    By products of brewing are Marmite and Bovril and there are factories producing both in the town. The famous pickle is named after the suburb of Branston, where it was invented. Apart from the brewers and food companies, there are several other large manufacturers in Burton on Trent, including tyre makers, shoes manufacturers.

    Sitting in the centre, between the main road and the river, is the Octagon shopping centre, which has most of the high street names present as well as several independent traders.

    Among the many attractions Burton on Trent has to offer, one of the most famous is the National Brewery Centre, which tells the story of British Beers. There are also dance clubs and discos, 2 golf courses, hiking and camping tours, spas and entertainment centres, plus more.

    Occasionally accidents happen in the town, and people are injured through no fault of their own. If this has happened to you, you may be a seeking a personal injury solicitor in Burton on Trent to assist you with a personal injury claim for compensation. There is no need to search locally as at Accident Advice Helpline we can help you no matter where you are in the UK, just call us today.

    Road traffic accidents in Burton on Trent

    No one who lives in the area is ever surprised to hear there has been an accident on the A38, it is renowned for them. As a major road joining several large places it carries a lot of traffic, particularly in rush hours. It is not the only road where accidents are common though. Horninglow Road, Wellington Road and Derby Road all have more than their fair shares of road traffic accidents in Burton on Trent, often taking place at junctions and at traffic islands.

    If you have been one of the unlucky ones, caught up in a road traffic accident that was not your fault, you may be able to claim compensation if your situation complies with the rules:

    • Someone else must have caused the road traffic accident
    • You must have sustained injuries
    • Your injuries must have needed medical attention
    • The accident should have happened within the last three years

    If you are unsure if you comply, don’t waste time looking for a personal injury solicitor in Burton on Trent, as three years will soon fly by. We have over 17 years of experience in making successful claims, and have helped many thousand to claim their compensation. You could be our next success story, so why not call us today?

    Whiplash accident in Burton on Trent

    Most cases of whiplash are caused in road traffic accidents, and it does not have to be a high-speed crash to sustain this injury. It just needs enough of an impact to jolt your head, and that can happen at 5mph. A whiplash accident in Burton on Trent can happen in other ways too. If you take a tumble and land awkwardly, lift something heavy in the wrong way or something hits your head, the soft tissues in your neck can be damaged and it is this that causes the pain of whiplash.

    Whiplash is a self-healing injury that needs time to improve. You can treat the symptoms with painkillers and gentle exercise, and some victims say that physiotherapy helps.

    If you are suffering because of an accident caused by someone else, you could be due some compensation. If you are considering seeking a personal injury solicitor in Burton on Trent to assist you, save yourself the hassle. We can help you no matter where you are in the UK, and all it takes to get your claim started with us is one phone call. Call today and find out how easy we make it.

    Work accident in Burton on Trent

    Burton on Trent has a very diverse employment base, heavily weighted in favour of manufacturing, with more than double the national average of jobs being involved in making something. Because of this the number of transportation jobs is high as well. Other trades and professions are similar to or lower than the rest of the country, percentage wise.

    Manufacturing can be a dangerous occupation because of the amount of machinery involved. Workers should not be allowed to work with anything they have not been trained adequately to operate safely. The employers need to make sure that safety guards are in place where needed, and that they are in proper working order. An employee can refuse to use a machine where they see a hazard until the employer corrects it.

    A work accident in Burton on Trent that involves machinery can have nasty consequences. Victims can lose digits, limbs and suffer permanent damage in many ways. It is the duty of employers to try and prevent accidents like this by having the correct health and safety measures in place. If they are unsure what these are, all the information they need is readily available on the Health and Safety Executive website, or a call to them will produce the help an employer may need in these matters.

    When someone is injured in an accident at work caused through a lack of care or negligence on the part of the employer, they may be able to claim compensation. To find out for certain if you can make a claim, complete our 30-second test. You can do this online or by phone. After answering just four questions it with let you know if you qualify, and if you do will give you an estimated of the amount you could be awarded, all in less than one minute. Why not find out today?

    Slips, trips and falls in Burton on Trent

    People lose their balance and fall over very easily, which is why slips, trips and fall are the most common of all accidents. It does not take much to make someone land up on the floor, at the bottom of a flight of stairs or down a ditch. There is no end to the way these accidents can happen, and no end to the injuries that can be sustained in them.

    If you have been injured in an accident such as slips, trips and falls in Burton on Trent, you need to ask yourself if someone else was to blame. If this is the case, you could be entitled to compensation and should be thinking about making a personal injury claim.

    For as much information about claiming as you need, call and speak with our advisors. They will answer your questions so that you can make the right choice about claiming, but chatting to them does not commit you to going ahead. The choice is yours, so give them a call today on 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or on 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.

     

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