You might not realise it, but if you have an accident in a public place, such as a park, and you sustain an injury, you could be eligible for Staffordshire Moorlands no win no fee injury compensation. If you were not to blame, our team will help you make a claim.
Why you could get Staffordshire Moorlands no win no fee injury compensation
The local authority are responsible for a park’s upkeep has a duty to keep its visitors safe. Sometimes this doesn’t happen. For example, in winter, a path may be left without grit, making it hazardous to walk on. Using such a path might result in an accident.
As well as being an unpleasant (and unexpected) experience, an accident could also mean that you are left with serious problems. There’s the risk, for example, of fractures to limbs if you fall on a hard surface. Head injuries can also occur.
Then there are the money worries, which can preoccupy you if you suddenly find that you cannot carry out all your usual tasks, such as cooking and cleaning. Hiring a home help for these chores might be necessary, and of course, you’ll need to pay for such a service.
All this wouldn’t have happened if the local authority had gritted that path, so why not call Accident Advice Helpline and make a claim? If you have a case, we can help you.
An advisor should be able to tell you over the phone whether you qualify for compensation, but if you’d prefer to find out sooner, take our 30 second test, which is available on our website. This will tell you instantly if you can claim, and, with our free compensation calculator, you can find out how much you could receive.
We have expert lawyers waiting to advise you
Accident Advice Helpline is currently one of the largest law firms in the UK. We have our own compensation lawyers who are waiting to help you with your claim.
Our solicitors all work on a no win no fee basis, too, which gives you extra peace of mind. Making a Staffordshire Moorlands no win no fee compensation claim is easy. All you need to do, to begin, is dial 0800 689 0500 from a landline. If you use a mobile, then dial 0333 500 0993.
If you call after our team has gone home for the day, leave a message and someone will call you back. Why not call our 24/7 hotline right now?
Date Published: 13th December 2014
Author: David Brown