Advice from an exceptional Tunbridge Wells law firm can make all the difference
The Borough of Tunbridge Wells sits between Kent and the South East of England. It has good links to London, East Anglia, Southampton and the Essex and Suffolk coasts. It is best known as a semi-rural area with a large farming community responsible for growing a significant proportion of the UK’s crops.
The borough is also known for the Weald Clay Plain, where hops are grown and is nicked named ‘The Garden of England’ due to the areas of agricultural beauty. Although Tunbridge Wells may not seem a likely place to have an accident, it is still a possibility and when personal injury occurs you may need the help of a Tunbridge Wells law firm.
No matter what your circumstances, Accident Advice Helpline can tell you what you need to know
If you’ve had an accident and need assistance from a Tunbridge Wells law firm, Accident Advice Helpline can put you on the road to recovery. Perhaps you are personnel working in one of Tunbridge’s farming communities and you’ve experienced a personal injury because of faulty equipment, poor health and safety practices or environmental negligence. Or maybe you are working in the brewing industry and have been hurt because of defective goods purchased from a supply chain.
Regardless of how you’ve come to be injured, if it was the fault of someone else and the incident took place within the last three years, then now might be a good time to contact us. We can put you in the picture and tell you whether you’ve got a valid claim and how much compensation you could be due, should your claim be successful.
A law firm can do the work you can’t do
If your injury has left you struggling physically or mentally then why not offload some of the problems of making a claim onto our solicitors? They have all the necessary knowledge and experience to get your claim moving, even if you can’t on your own. They can do a number of things to help you on your way, such as contacting all the parties involved with your claim, deciphering and explaining legal documentation to you, collating all the information that they have about your accident and even finding you medical experts, should your case require it. All they require from you is a few details about your accident, such as
- How, where and when it happened
- Who was there and what their names were
- Who was responsible for the accident
If you have other information or documents relating to your accident then these would also be helpful, such as medical reports, accident reports, footage or photos from the incident, health and safety reports, witness statements, evidence of initial or on-going medical treatments, travel receipts or anything else you think is relevant to your claim.
Our solicitors work on a no-win no-fee basis, meaning you can start your claim now, knowing that you won’t have to worry about the financial impact.
So don’t put it off any longer and start your claim today. Phone us now on 0800 689 0500 (free using a landline) or 0333 500 0993 if you are using a mobile. One phone call is all it takes for us to get you on the road to compensation.
Date Published: 17th July 2014
Author: David Brown