Although Wakefield is surrounded by some stunning countryside accidents can still happen there. If you live in Wakefield you will doubtless have read about the unfortunate accidents that sometimes befall unsuspecting residents of the area. If you have been hurt in an accident that was no fault of yours, you may be wondering if you can make a personal injury compensation claim using the services of Wakefield no-win, no-fee* lawyers.
Worry not, you can make a claim as long as you can prove that your accident was caused by someone else’s recklessness or negligence. Our expert personal injury lawyers, here at Accident Advice Helpline are available to help you with your claim.
Can Wakefield no win, no fee* lawyers help me win my case?
If you could find Wakefield lawyers who are specialists in making personal injury compensation claims for clients, then they could probably help you with your case. However, you may not find appropriate lawyers in Wakefield to assist you. Don’t despair though, you don’t need Wakefield no-win, no-fee* lawyers. You just need to phone us at Accident advice Helpline and let us help you with your claim.
Our legal team work on a no-win, no-fee* basis and help people all over the country with their claims for personal injury.
What injuries can be claimed for?
Perhaps the most common types of accidents to occur when out walking, hiking or rambling are slips, trips and falls. Landowners or managers have a responsibility to ensure that the public is safe when traversing their land, especially when using a public footpath.Our legal experts can pursue compensation claims in the following circumstances:Open Claim Calculator
- Machinery – sharp objects left along public footpaths, such as tools or bits of machinery, can cause puncture wounds or lacerations. Vehicles being used irresponsibly or driven erratically can cause serious injuries such as spine or brain damage.
- Livestock – aggressive dogs or livestock may cause damage due to biting or knocking people over who are walking through the area. Bulls, or cattle with young, should be enclosed in a separate field to prevent trampling injuries from occurring.
- Enclosures – gates, fences, walls and stiles should be properly checked and maintained to ensure that people walking alongside, or climbing over them, aren’t injured. Falling or being struck by falling debris can lead to skull fractures and potential brain tissue damage.
- Paths – trails, paths, or roads should be maintained to a reasonable standard to prevent slips or trips from occurring. Sprains or fractures can arise from uneven surfaces or those covered in substances such as oil or mud.
These are just some examples of when our lawyers can help you make a claim for your injuries.
Call us at Accident Advice Helpline now
Find out how our legal experts can help you with your potential claim now. Call us on our freephone number, 0800 689 0500, from landline. To call us on a mobile, ring 0333 500 0993.