However common accident claims are becoming these days, for most people they are still a stressful and unfamiliar experience. It is quite understandable to want to help that stress by finding out as much as possible about the more common accident claims before you go through the legal process yourself. So where do you go to do this? A lawyer who works for ‘no win, no fee’ in Tollard Royal is the obvious place to start. You can reach these highly trained legal professionals at the law firm Accident Advice Helpline. They deal with thousands of personal injury claims every year and are well known for providing an impressive package of services for people who have been injured in accidents that were not their own fault.
Lawyers working for ‘no win, no fee’ in Tollard Royal – road traffic accidents
Car on car collisions are one of the most common accidents dealt with by lawyers working for ‘no win, no fee’ in Tollard Royal. They occur most frequently at junctions, when cars are emerging from parking spaces and side-turnings and at roundabouts. A very common collision is the classic ‘rear end shunt’ – where one car hits the rear of another car.
Collisions between cars and motorcycles also occur often and in most cases it is the motorcyclist who ends up most seriously injured even though it is often the car driver that was at fault. Junctions are a very hazardous part of the road for motorcyclists – cars can pull out into their path.
Bicycle and car collisions occur most often in city centres where there mix of bicycles and cars on crowded roads can be frantic – especially at rush hour. Cyclists are most likely to be more seriously injured in these collisions.
Lawyers working for ‘no win, no fee’ in Tollard Royal – workplace accidents
Lawyers working for ‘no win, no fee’ on Tollard Royal workplace claims don’t just deal with heavy machinery, dangerous chemicals and equipment. The most common occupational claims that they deal with are slips, trips and falls and manual handling injuries.
Slips, trips and falls are self-explanatory happen where workplaces are poorly organised and where this has led to a build-up of clutter. The way to avoid this would have been to introduce appropriate systems of receiving and storing goods.
Manual handling injuries take place where workers are moving something (or somebody) from one part of the workplace to another. Back (spinal) injuries are the most common type of manual handling injury. They could be avoided by planning the lifting task properly and providing the correct lifting equipment. The staff need to be trained in when and how to use the equipment correctly.
Call Accident Advice Helpline free on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone for free, no obligation advice about making a claim for compensation.
Date Published: 22nd March 2014
Author: David Brown