If you have suffered an accident that wasn’t your fault that has left you with an injury or psychological issues, which may have left you unable to work for a prolonged period of time, has affected your quality of life or left you with significant medical expenses, then you don’t have to simply quietly accept it and move on. We are Accident Claims UK and we are here to help those victims of personal injury claim compensation that they deserve. We can help you make no win no fee accident compensation claims against the parties responsible for your accident. In this guide we will also illustrate why you are not restricted to accident claim solicitors in Ipswich that you could use our personal injury solicitors that cover the Ipswich area. Read more in the article below to find out about the different types of accident claims that you can make with our accident solicitors covering Ipswich.
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- What Is An Accident Claims Solicitor Covering Ipswich?
- No Win No Fee Criminal Injury Claims
- Clinical Or Medical Negligence In Ipswich
- Accidents In Public Places
- Road Traffic Crashes And Car Accidents Claims
- Trips And Falls Or Slips
- Accident At Work Compensation
- Accident At Work Claims Reported In Ipswich
- No Win No Fee Accident Claims Solicitors Covering Ipswich
- Contact A No Win No Fee Solicitor
- Answers To Frequently Asked Questions
- Further Information
An accident solicitor is a personal injury lawyer, they are responsible for helping their clients bring forward accident compensation cases against individuals, private businesses or public authorities who have caused accidents resulting in injury. Here at Accident Claims UK many of the solicitors have been in the industry for many years and have dealt with some of the most complex of cases so have the capabilities and competence to be able to assist you with yours regardless of the complexity of the case.
Accident Claims UK can provide you with a no win no fee solicitor for your claim. Having a no win no fee agreement with your personal injury solicitor is important. A no win no fee deal means you don’t have to pay any money up front, nor will you have to pay your accident solicitor for his or her services if your accident compensation claim is unsuccessful. The only money that a no win no fee accident claim solicitor will receive will be a prearranged portion of the compensation you are awarded, which will be no more an amount than 25%, which of course they will only be able to receive if your accident claim is successful. Our panel of accident solicitors offer this form of service in order for you to be able to make an accident claim for compensation you may be owed without being discouraged by the expense of legal fees.
We enjoy a healthcare service that is quite rightly held in high regard in the UK. Most people who receive medical treatment in either NHS hospitals or from private providers will receive an excellent standard of care. However if the standard was to fall below that expected standard patients could become harmed through no fault of their own. Medical negligence is when the treatment that a patient receives falls below that which is expected of a medical professional with a duty of care or if the patient is harmed as a result of medical professionals failing to follow correct procedure and the patient suffers unnecessarily. Medical negligence can result in serious illness, injury or even death. Our panel of accident claims solicitors can cover medical negligence claims in Ipswich against both private practitioners and the NHS. Our panel of no win no fee solicitors can help you make medical negligence claims against GP’s, dentists, nursing homes and hospitals. For more information about different specific examples of different types of medical negligence and the harm it can cause, as well as the amount of compensation you may be eligible for, follow this link to our website page on medical negligence cases.
If you have suffered an accident in a public place in Ipswich that has left you with an avoidable injury caused through negligence of a third party then you could seek accident compensation with the help of our accident claims solicitors covering Ipswich. The business or public entity responsible for the public place in question, be it a restaurant, a bar, a leisure centre or a gym is responsible for ensuring that their property provides no dangers of people suffering an injury from an accident. For example, the floor should not be allowed to present tripping or slipping hazards (as detailed below). There should not be unsafe furnishings or equipment in the area. For example a restaurant or a café cannot have chairs and tables that are liable to break and a gym should not have equipment that is faulty or mislabelled in such a way as to allow a patron to potentially injure themself on it. Our panel of accident claims solicitors can cover accident claims in Ipswich for injuries in public places; this includes both claims against private businesses and claims against public bodies. For more information on accident and injuries in public places and how our no win no fee solicitors can help you in making injury claims in Ipswich, follow the link to this page on our website here.
If you have had a car crash in Ipswich that was not your fault and you are injured due to the negligence of a third party you could claim compensation for injuries aswell as financial losses you have suffered. It doesn’t matter if you were driving, the passenger or a pedestrian. If you have been in a road traffic crash and suffered an injury as a result and you believe that another road user was responsible then you could start the car accident claims process for a highway accident claim in Ipswich with one of our solicitors covering Ipswich. Read more about road traffic accident claims and how much compensation you may be awarded for your injury on our website here.
If you have tripped, slipped or otherwise fallen over in a public place or in public premises then you may be able to make an accident claim if it was due to negligence on the part of a third party that owed you a duty of care and it has caused you to suffer unnecessarily. The private owners or public body responsible for the space and premises are responsible for ensuring that there are as few tripping and slipping hazards in the area as possible, and that those which are unavoidable are clearly marked out. For example they must ensure that pathways and pavements are not in a state of disrepair where they may cause a tripping hazard by having loose pieces or paving slabs protruding, spillages or wet sections of flooring must be marked out with a wet floor sign, wiring must not be allowed to be left trailing across the floor. If you want to make a claim for fall injuries against a business, or if you want to make a claim against a public body, for example if you want to make a claim against the council, then call or contact us today. For more information about different types of trip, slip and falls claims and injuries then read this page on our website. This page also contains a personal injury claims calculator which can give you an idea of how much compensation you may be entitled to receive if your accident claim is successful.
Statistically speaking the average workplace in the UK is a much safer place to work in than it was in the past. According to the governments statistics the number of workplace accidents has fallen by around a third since the year 1990. However accidents causing serious injury and sometimes even fatalities can still occur each year, see the table above. You can also make claims for having been assaulted at work and for work related stress. Employers are bound by health and safety laws to provide as safe a working environment as possible and to provide their employee’s with safety equipment and safety training where required. If you have been injured in an accident at work that you believe was the fault of your employer for not providing an adequately safe working environment, then please call or contact us today to discuss making an accident claim with our accident solicitors covering Ipswich. You can also call us for free no-obligation expert legal advice. Read more about accident at work compensation on our website.
In the table below you can see how many incidents of injuries in an accident at work, have been reported in the year 2017/18 in Ipswich and the rate of injury per 100’000 employees is. We’ve also included a link to the source of these statistics for you to see how common workplace injuries and fatalities are in the rest of the UK compared to Ipswich.
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As per above we can offer you a no win no fee accident claims solicitor that covers accident claims in Ipswich. Our accident solicitors are experts with up to thirty years of legal experience. We are confident that we offer you an excellent chance of successfully claiming accident compensation. Our accident solicitors will make sure that they keep you constantly updated on the progress of your accident claim while they are working with you. Our phone line is open 24 hours a day every day of the week in order to answer any questions you may have about making a claim with one of our solicitors or to provide you with free legal advice.
If you are interested in using the services of one of our no win no fee accident claims solicitors then please don’t hesitate to contact us on 0800 073 8801 or by filling out this accident claim form here. Our phone line is open for you to ring 24/7 and we try our best to get back in touch with everyone who fills in an accident claims form as soon as we can. You can also get in touch with us if you want accident claims advice free of charge from our team of accident solicitors who will be more than happy to assist you with their years of legal experience.
Am I Eligible To Make A Claim?
To find out if the accident and injury you have suffered makes you eligible to make a no win no fee accident claim with one of our solicitors covering Ipswich, call us at the number above or fill out our accident claim form. Our accident solicitors are experts with up to 30 years of experience and they will be able to tell you all you need to know about whether or not there will be any issues relating to your personal injury claim, such as if the timing of your claim puts you outside of the accident claims time limit.
Should I Claim With A Solicitor In My Area?
You could choose to go ahead with your claim using accident claims solicitors in Ipswich if you so wished. But we would urge you to consider other options. You should remember that nowadays distance is not so much of an obstacle when working with a solicitor as it might have been in the past since you can use email, phone or the postal service to keep in regular contact with your personal injury lawyer at all times during your claims process. Even though we may not have solicitors based in your exact area we do have solicitors covering Ipswich.
Are Medical Exams Important?
Medical exams are very important; without one how would the solicitor be able to calculate your settlement accurately. You need to undergo a medical examination by a doctor in order to fully ascertain exactly what the injuries are you have suffered from your accident, and to have the assessment of a doctor to use as evidence to support your accident claim.
Where Could I See A Doctor?
You can see a doctor for your medical exam in Ipswich, we work with a panel of doctors that operate nationwide in order to provide all of our clients with a doctor who can cover their local area. So you don’t have to worry about travelling far out of your way for your accident claims medical examination. The names of some of the doctors that we work with in your local area and the addresses of their practices we have included below for you.
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Reporting workplace accidents – HSE guidance on the reporting of accidents in the workplace.
Reporting a car accident in Ipswich – How to report collisions and incidents on the road to the Suffolk police force.
Ipswich County Court – Some claims may require a court hearing. Details of the local courts are here.
Ipswich Council – How to submit a claim against the local council.
Edited by Mel.