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Suffering an injury can be a terrible experience – not only will you be in pain, or finding yourself unable to do daily tasks, but there may be financial implications as well. For example, in order to recover fully, you may not be able to go to work for some time. You could also need to make changes around the home, depending on the nature or severity of the trauma.

Of course, if the accident that led to your injury was not your fault, the situation could become even more frustrating, especially if you think it could have been prevented. If this is the case you may be due compensation for your injuries. We offer personal injury services to help you get the money you deserve; this will give you the opportunity to stop worrying about your financial situation and instead focus on getting better.

As the victim of a personal injury incident, many people may consider brushing off the event, saying that it was just an accident.

However, it is important to remember that in nearly every situation, there is somebody that legally owes you a duty of care. If they neglect these basic requirements, they should be held liable for the damages that occur. For example, according to the Health and Safety Executive, your employer is responsible for providing you with a safe workplace. This means that accidents at work should be prevented by keeping floors clear from hazards and you should be supplied with the correct safety equipment.

In addition, local councils and property owners are responsible for maintaining safe environments in order to avoid slips, trips and falls, while drivers owe a duty of care to pedestrians and other road users to prevent road traffic accidents.

There are many different ways that you might be injured in an accident that was not your fault. If the damage could have been prevented, it means that somebody breached their duty of care – and you could be owed compensation.

Our personal injury lawyers can work on a “No Win No Fee” basis, meaning that you do not need to worry about finding funding for your claim and if you are successful, you will receive 100% of the compensation.

To find out how we can help you, or to see if you have a viable case, contact us today. You will be able to speak to a fully qualified solicitor who will listen carefully to your account and provide unbiased advice on how best to proceed.