If you have recently been involved in an accident which caused an avoidable injury as a result of third party negligence, you could be eligible to make a claim for accident compensation. Our accident claims solicitors covering Bury St Edmunds have up to 30 years of experience, plus the legal expertise to assist you in making a successful claim.
There are several ways in which you could be neglectfully injured which could lead to accidents claims in Bury St Edmunds. From a workplace accident, an incident on the road, or even if you have been the victim of a violent crime. Our personal injury solicitors have a great deal of knowledge and could potentially assist you. So if you believe that the negligence of another was to blame for your accident which caused your injury, why not contact us today?
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- What Is An Accident Claims Solicitor Covering Bury St Edmunds?
- Accidents In Public Spaces
- Clinical Malpractice Claims
- Bury St Edmunds Work Accident And Injury Claims
- Injuries Reported At Work In St Edmundsbury
- Road And Car Accidents In Bury St Edmunds
- Falling, Tripping And Slipping Accidents
- Victim Of Crime Injury Claims
- No Win No Fee Accident Claims Solicitors Covering Bury St Edmunds
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- Frequently Asked Questions
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If you live in Bury St Edmunds and have been harmed in an accident that wasn’t your fault, you could be eligible to make a claim for accident compensation. There are a variety of ways you could be injured, and many could be a result of third party negligence. Examples of accidents which could cause injuries could include: third party fault roadside accidents, clinical malpractice, or a public place trip, slip and falls. Regardless of the accident type, if you have suffered negligence, resulting in avoidable injuries or suffering by a person who owed you a responsibility to keep you safe and has breached their duty of care you may have the basis for a compensation claim. An accident claims solicitor is someone who could provide you with expert legal guidance.
Despite not being located in your area, our accident claims solicitors could cover the area of Bury St Edmunds as easy as if they where right up your street through the advances in communication methods. An accident claims solicitor could also be referred to as personal injury solicitor, and there are a variety of services they could provide. These could include;
- Assessing your claim
- Checking the validity of your claim
- Collecting evidence
- Estimating your compensation via a personal injury claims calculator
So if you are seeking a solicitor who could assist you when making a claim for compensation, contact Accident Claims UK today. Our expert advisors are always happy to answer your queries and provide you with (no obligation) advice.
If you have been involved in an accident which was caused through a breach in health and safety regulations when visiting a public space, our accident claims solicitors covering Bury St Edmunds could assist you in claiming for any harm suffered. An accident on public land could be a result of third party negligence, resulting in physical and /or psychological harm. When looking at the definition of a public place, it can include a wide variety of locations. From car parks, shopping centres, high streets, or even a beach. In general, public space is considered to be an allocated area where you as a member of the public have access to. Within these locations, there is a legal and ethical sense of responsibility that is required from the occupier.
If you have endured third party negligence in a public space, there are a variety of people who could be liable. Depending on the space and its occupier, the liability will naturally vary. Regardless if it’s a private landowner or a public body, our personal injury solicitors could assist you in presenting a claim for accident compensation. Both public bodies and specific individuals have a legal and ethical responsibility to prevent hazards and accidents. These preventative methods could include;
- Risk Assessments
- Regular Maintenance (Pavements, walkways, etc)
- Frequent Equipment Checks (Parks, leisure centres, etc)
If you have been harmed in a public place in Bury St Edmunds, contact our accident claims advice team today.
If malpractice occurs, it could result in damaging consequences to your health, well-being, finances, and psychological health. If you feel that the care you received was neglectful, resulting in avoidable harm or suffering call our advisors to see if you are eligible for damages. Our panel of accident claims solicitors covering Bury St. Edmunds could assist you with a claim for accident compensation.
A clinical malpractice claim may also be referred to as a medical malpractice claim, and it relates to the direct cause, deviation (negligence or deviation from standard care), damages, and duty of a medical professional. Medical malpractice could be inflicted by a;
Regardless of if the medical negligence you endured was due to NHS or a private healthcare provider negligence, you could be entitled to compensation if you suffered unnecessarily. So if you feel you have endured harm or suffering due to malpractice, our panel of accident claims solicitors covering Bury St Edmunds could possibly assist you. For more information relating to medical negligence, please click here.
There have been significant strides that have been made in relation to workplace health and safety. These methods have been made to ensure employee safety within the workplace, but to also ensure employers are doing their best to prevent accidents. However, despite these methods, things could potentially go awry, leaving you with work-related injuries. Workplace accident claims can arise if an employer has acted in a negligent way which caused an accident to happen which has resulted in an injury, they could have failed to adhere to obligated legislation on work place safety. When negligence occurs, you could be left with life-altering repercussions.
Our personal injury solicitors understand that workplace accidents could have a lasting effect on your physical health, workplace relations, your finances, and your psychological well-being. When avoidable accidents occur, it could be a direct result of third party negligence. Employers have a direct responsibility to provide a safe working environment for all employees. There are a few steps provided by the HSE to help prevent workplace accidents. These include;
- Putting a management system in place.
- Carry out regular risk assessments.
- Know the law (Health and Safety act, Management of Health and Safety regulations, etc.)
If the injuries you encountered where due to a violation in the duty of care, our accident claims solicitors could be of assistance. With a no win no fee accident claims solicitor, they could offer you guidance when making a claim for workplace accident and injury compensation.
The HSE previously outlined that 1.4 million people within the UK are currently suffering from injuries relating to their place of work. There has been 30.7 million working days lost due to work-related illness and workplace injury.
To illustrate a greater picture, the table below outlines workplace injury statistics in St Edmundsbury. This is because Bury St Edmunds is apart of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich.
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If you are a frequent driver, then you presumably will understand that there are a variety of ways in which an accident could occur. From accidents involving a lorry, a car, a moped user, a cyclist, or even a pedestrian. If you have been involved in a road traffic accident that was a result of another parties negligence, you could be entitled to accident compensation for any harm suffered.
According to figures outlined by gov.uk, in 2018, around 160,378 roadside casualties of all severities were reported. Although this is a 6% decrease when compared to the previous year’s stats, suffering due to third-party negligence is never an easy process. So if you have been involved in a roadside traffic accident caused by another parties negligence, our accident claims solicitors covering Bury St Edmunds could be of assistance. Contact us today to discover more information.
According to the data collected and published by the HSE, a slip, trip or fall accident is a common way in which people are injured. Employees are the most prone to be injured due to a slip, trip or fall accident when at their place of work. This could be a result of third party negligence, and when the negligence of an employer occurs which causes an accident leading to an injury our accident claims solicitors could be of service.
Causes of slipping accidents could be influenced by a neglectful employer, or alternatively, because pavements, potholes, and public spaces have not been correctly maintained. Slipping and tripping accidents could also be a factor of neglectfully left items or obstructive items, resulting in a hazardous cause that could have been avoided. So, if you feel your accident was caused by the negligence of another, our accident claims solicitors could be of assistance in helping to claim for any harm suffered.
In 2018, the HSE produced a report that outlined 649,000 incidents of violent crime within the workplace. Common injuries that could be caused due to a violent crime may include;
- Puncture/Stab Wounds
- Broken Bones
- Nose Bleeds
- Broken, Lost, or Chipped Teeth
- Head Injuries
- Internal Injuries.
The hardship you could endure after a violent crime may result in physical harm or psychological suffering. Suffering could take shape in a variety of ways, such as a broken bone, a lack of confidence, insomnia, anger, or PTSD. If you have suffered because of a violent crime then you could be eligible to make a claim for accident compensation, and our accident claims solicitors covering Bury St Edmunds could assist you.
Although accident compensation can not erase the harm you have endured, it could provide financial assistance during this difficult time. When a violent crime occurs, you could be left with surprise medical expenses or you may require time off from work.
The Criminal Injury Compensation Authority (CICA) could potentially award you with compensation, as they aim to support victims of violent assault. So in the unfortunate event of a violent crime, awarded compensation could provide you with some financial security during the recovery process.
However, It must be outlined that the accident claims time limit will begin from the very moment of the crime, or alternatively, the moment you became aware (and diagnosed) with PTSD. For more information relating to criminal injury claims, our accident claims advice team would be more than happy to discuss this process in greater detail.
If you want to make an accident claim for a roadside accident, a clinical malpractice claim, or even a slip trip or fall allow Accident Claim UK to assist you. A no win no fee accident claims solicitor could be of assistance. Upon agreement, a no win no fee solicitor is someone who is happy to represent both you and your case under a Conditional Fee Agreement (CFA).
Under this specific agreement, a personal injury solicitor shall only receive their percentage if the claimant receives an agreed settlement. In the event your claim is valid but is unsuccessful, you will not be left with any fee’s to pay your legal team. All of this information can be discussed in greater detail upon meeting with your injury solicitor, or with the accident claims advice team.
With many many years of experience, our accident claims solicitors have an abundance of knowledge and could assist you in making a successful claim.
There are several ways in which you could contact our accident claims advice team. You may call us on 0800 0738 801. Alternatively, you can submit an online form and we shall respond to you as soon as possible.
When engaging in the accident claims process, you naturally will have questions you wish to ask. So, we have taken the liberty to answer some of the frequently asked questions we receive. You can find these questions and our response located down below. If you still have further questions you wish to ask, please do not hesitate to contact us. Our accident claims advice team are more than willing to answer any questions you might have.
How Do I Make A Claim For My Accident?
If you wish to make a claim but are unsure whether or not you are eligible, contact us today. Our accident claims advice team can offer you a free consultation, providing expert advice with no obligation whatsoever.
Where Should My Solicitor Be Based?
We are not based in Bury St Edmunds but our accident claims solicitors through telecommunications can cover the area just as effectively. So if you wish to make a claim for accident compensation, you do not have to be concerned with regards to location.
Do I Need To Visit The Doctors?
When engaging in the accident claims process, you will be required to partake in a necessary medical examination. This examination shall be performed by an impartial doctor who could cover the area of Bury St Edmunds. Upon completion, this examination shall outline the relevant information relating to your injury, it’s prognosis, and it shall outline any future treatment or implications you may encounter. The information gathered will be extremely useful, as it could strengthen your claim, and may also be used when calculating compensation.
Where Could This Doctor Be Based?
Our panel of accident claims solicitors could connect you with doctors who are able to cover Bury St Edmunds. Some professionals in your area include;
Mamtha Balendra Kumar,
Bury St Edmunds Clinic,
4, Kempson Way, Bury Street,
Bury St Edmunds,
Bury St Edmunds Clinic,
4, Kempson Way, Bury Street,
Bury St Edmunds,
44 Felaw Street,
We hope that this guide has proved useful in your accident claims search. In addition to our helpful guide, we have also attached some additional readings that we believe could be of use. You can find these located below.
Suffolk Police – Discover more relating to your local Police.
Local and County Court – Discover more information relating to courts in your area.
West Suffolk – Learn more about your local council.
The HSE – The reporting of accidents, incidents, and diseases. Learn more.
Building Site Accidents – A guide to making a compensation claim.
Workplace Injury – Discover your rights after a workplace accident.
Article by MB Edited by Mel.