Shedfield is a civil parish and village which is situated in Hampshire County, England within the Winchester district. The soils in this area are sandy with good drainage making Shedfield suitable for cattle and sheep keeping which is encouraged by the good pasture.
Many things can take place in agricultural areas where livestock are kept. Accidents and injuries are reported quite often making agriculture a risky sector. If livestock, which has escaped from poorly maintained enclosures, injures you you can search online or in the local telephone directory for a ‘no win, no fee*’ Shedfield lawyer. But even if you find one, you may not be sure if it is the right one for you.
Getting reliable legal services
Accident Advice Helpline is a national law firm that gives help to fault victims to help them file successful claims to obtain justice. Their team of solicitors specialize in all types of personal injury compensation claims.
To lodge a successful claim, the injury must have been sustained through no fault of your own, you should have sought medical attention and the claim must be within the past 3 years of the accident.
Accident Advice Helpline is available any day any time through their 24/7 helpline and they can connect you to a ‘no win, no fee*’ Shedfield solicitor from their team to help you through the whole claim process. An adviser will help you and it may not be necessary to go to court because most of the claims can be processed on the phone.
Consulting a no win no fee* Shedfield legal representative for injuries
You can claim injury compensation through a ‘no win, no fee*’ Shedfield solicitor if you can be able to prove that there was negligence by someone else that caused any of the following injuries.
- Grazes and abrasions-caused by slips, trips and falls as you run away from the charging livestock.
- Rib injuries-animals are known to attack when they feel endangered due to their temperament. They can hit the victim with hoofs after the victim falls down causing fractured ribs and at times ruptured lungs.
- Cuts or lacerations-caused by barbed wire or vegetation as you run away. The livestock may get agitated for no apparent reason and they may escape from the enclosure if it is not properly fenced. Avoid walking with your dog near livestock because they may attack.
- Dislocations and fractures-when livestock crash you with force. Large cattle can step on you breaking or cracking your bones. Workers who milk cattle should be careful especially when they move in herds because controlling them might become difficult. A sling, firm splint, brace, plaster or fibreglass cast may be applied until the bones show some form of recovery during which rehabilitation starts.
- Dog bites-some farmers keep dogs to help them control herds of cattle. The dog may bite or scratch you.
- Fatality-livestock attacks can become fatal when they cause fatal injuries.