By Olivia Brighton. Last updated 14th September 2021. If you have been injured or made ill because of an accident that was not your fault, through the negligence of a third party you could be entitled to claim compensation for your injuries. Trust Accident Claims UK to provide you with accident claims solicitors Shoreham By Sea from our panel to handle your claim. Choose us to represent your Shoreham-by-Sea accident claim, and we can provide you with an excellent personal injury lawyer to handle your case. Our solicitors will always fight to win you the maximum amount of compensation that you could be entitled to and have up to three decades of experience handling accident claims for compensation, so your claim is bound to be in safe hands.
To begin your accident claim in Shoreham-by-Sea, call us today on 0800 073 8801, or use our online accident claims form to reach us. Our well-informed advisors will offer accidents claims advice and will be able to talk to you in-depth about your ordeal. If you have legitimate grounds to make an accident claim, one of our accident claims solicitors will be assigned to your case and will start working on your claim right away. If you have legitimate grounds for accident compensation, we would provide you with an excellent accident claims solicitor covering Shoreham-by-Sea to handle your case. Call us today, we’re looking forward to hearing from you.
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- What Is An Accident Claims Solicitor Covering Shoreham-by-Sea?
- Claim Compensation After A Work Accident
- Statistics Showing Reported Injuries At Work In West Sussex
- Claim Compensation After Road Traffic Collisions And Accidents
- Claim Trip And Fall Compensation
- Victim Of A Violent Crime Compensation
- Claim Compensation After Public Place Injuries And Accidents
- Medical Malpractice Compensation Cases
- No Win No Fee Accident Claims Solicitors Covering Shoreham-by-Sea
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- Questions And Answers
- Information For Victims Of Accidents In Shoreham by Sea
If you have been injured in an accident that was caused by negligence on the part of someone else, you could potentially be entitled to sue the negligent party for compensation if it can be proven that they are liable and that they breached their duty of care towards you. Although compensation claims can be pursued without using a legal expert we always advise against doing so as accident claim solicitors or personal injury lawyers will have the knowledge needed for your case. An accident claims solicitor is a legal professional that handles compensation claims, in the field of personal injury law, on behalf of injured persons.
Whether you have been injured in a road traffic accident or car accident in Shoreham-by-Sea, have a whiplash injury, were involved in a medical negligence case, injured because of a serious violent crime such as a Shoreham-by-Sea stabbing or wish to claim trip and fall compensation, we can help you. Call us today and if you have the right to claim, one of our panel of accident claims solicitors Shoreham By Sea will be assigned to your case right away.
We will now look at some common accident claim examples in more detail.
Your employer has a legal duty of care towards you, whilst you are working on their premises. Therefore, if you are injured because of an accident that was caused by negligence on the part of your employer, you could be entitled to claim compensation after a workplace accident.
Whether you work in a hazardous industry such as construction or have an office job, if you have been injured in the workplace and it could have been avoided, you may be entitled to an accident at work compensation. Call Accident Claims UK today to find the right accident claims solicitor covering Shoreham-by-Sea, to handle your accident at work claim today.
In the year 2018/9, employers reported 69,208 non-fatal injuries at work, in the UK, under the RIDDOR regulations. According to self-reports, the number is much higher at 581,000 non-fatal injuries, self-reported by workers during the year 2018/19.
Below are injuries at work statistics for West Sussex.
|Total – non fatal injuries
|Total – non fatal injuries per 100,000 workers
|West Sussex (including Shoreham-by-Sea)
If you have been injured in a road traffic collision or a car accident in Shoreham-by-Sea, if the accident was caused by another road user, you could be entitled to claim compensation. Whether you experienced a whiplash injury because of a rear-end shunt, or any other type of injury caused by a negligent road user, call Accident Claims UK to find the right accident claims solicitor to represent your claim.
If you have been injured because of a slip, trip or fall accident in Shoreham-on-Sea that was caused by someone else’s negligence, you could be entitled to claim accident compensation. Slip, trip and fall accidents can be caused by hazards such as broken railings, which comes away as someone leans on them, spillage on the floor that has not been mopped up and signposted, or hazardous flooring. Call Accident Claims UK today, to enquire about claiming trip and fall compensation.
Victims of violent crimes may be able to claim compensation, whether the culprit was caught or not, from the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority. The CICA is a Government-run agency that allows those who have been affected by violent crime to claim for damages or compensation.
A public liability claim is a compensation claim for an accident in a public place such as a park, pedestrianised shopping centre, supermarket, gym, literally anywhere you can go as a member of the public without a prior invitation. They are usually made against a local council or private company or business that manages the space. If you have been injured in a public place in Shoreham-on-Sea because of an accident that was not your fault, call us today to find out your eligibility to make a claim and who may be liable for your accident.
Medical malpractice, also known as medical negligence or clinical negligence is when a medical practitioner such as a dentist, doctor or nurse provides a patient with substandard care causing them to suffer unnecessarily. If the patient is avoidably injured because of medical negligence, as long as it can be proven that a medical practitioner has acted in a negligent way then there may be cause for a medical negligence claim. Whether you were injured because of negligence on the part of a doctor, nurse, dentist or another medical professional, call us today to see if you are entitled to claim.
Let Accident Claims UK provide you with a no win no fee solicitor. What does a no win no fee solicitor mean? No win no fee means that instead of charging you an upfront fee, your solicitor will begin working on your accident compensation claim without charging you. Instead, your solicitor will only charge you your fee, if you win your compensation claim. If you don’t win your claim, you will not have to pay your fee. Of course, we only take on cases that we believe we can win, but for many of our clients, making a no win no fee claim means that they feel more secure, as there is less financial risk involved for them.
To learn more about making a Shoreham-by-Sea no win no fee accident claim, call Accident Claims UK today to see how making a no win no fee claim could benefit you. Alternatively, use our online claims form to reach out to us, and we’ll respond to you as soon as possible.
Our fantastic personal injury solicitors have up to three decades of experience handling accident claims like yours. Call us today if you are able to make a personal injury claim for compensation, we can assign one of our panel of accident claims solicitors Shoreham By Sea to start working on your case right away.
Providing answers to questions commonly asked by accident victims.
Q: How are personal injury claims valued?
A: As every case of personal injury is different, claims must be valued individually, based on their unique details. There are typically two different types of damage that make up a personal injury payout; general damages and special damages. General damages account for your injuries, both physical and psychological, that you suffered as a result of your accident. On the other hand, special damages account for the tangible losses that you’ve incurred in relation to your injuries, such as medical expenses or loss of income. If you can prove that you suffered these financial losses, which can be done by retaining receipts and the like, you could be able to recover them as part of your personal injury claim.
Q: How long do I have to make a personal injury claim within the time limit?
A: If you had an accident within the last 3 years that you’d like to make a personal injury claim for, it’s likely that you’re still within the time limit to do so. In general, claimants have 3 years from the date of their accident to make a claim. If they try to claim once this time limit has already expired, they may not be able to do so. In some cases, exceptions can be made to this 3-year limitation period, however. For example, if you believed your injuries were your own fault but recently realised that they were the result of your employer’s negligence, 3 years may have already passed. However, in this case, the claims time limit could begin from the date of this knowledge rather than the date of your accident, meaning you would have 3 years from the date that you realised third-party liability. To see if you’re within the relevant time limit to make a claim, please get in touch for a complimentary consultation today.
Q: How Do I Make An Accident Claim?
A: Our panel of accident claims solicitors Shoreham By Sea have a broad range of expertise handling personal injury claims, so we’re bound to find a personal injury solicitor with the right sort of experience to handle your personal injury claim.
Q: Do Claims Need To Be Made With Local Injury Solicitors?
A: No. Accident Claims UK operates a nationwide service, which means that our solicitors can cover much of the country. Many people believe they have to use a “solicitor near me” to handle their claim, however, some personal injury claims are handled remotely using the phone and email these days. Therefore, it is not always necessary to use a “solicitor near me” to handle your claim.
Q: Will A Doctor Look At My Injuries
A: If you have been injured or made ill because of negligence, or any other type of accident caused by negligence, you will need a medical assessment to make a full negligence claim. During your medical assessment, a doctor will create a medical report where they could diagnose your injuries, prescribe what medical treatment you will need going forward and will explain what ongoing effect your injuries are likely to have on your future quality of life if any. Your accident claims solicitor will use the medical report to value your claim.
Q: Where Will I See A Doctor?
A: Accident Claims UK works with a panel of trusted physicians in your local area. We will arrange for you to see one of these physicians (listed below) for your medical assessment or another depending on availability.
Knoll Business Centre,
Old Shoreham Road,
The Hove Clinic,
40 Wilbury Road,
18a Clermont Road,
To conclude, we’ve provided some external links that could provide further information:
- Reporting Accidents, Incidents And Diseases – Reporting procedures and information for employers.
- Adur & Worthing Council’s website – Adur & Worthing Council may be responsible for the maintenance of public places in Shoreham-by-Sea.
- Sussex Police’s Website – Contact the police if you have been involved in an RTA or been the victim of an assault.
- Worthing County Court And Family Court – Contact details for the local County Court where money claims may be heard.
Accident Claims UK Guides
Here are some of our other personal injury claims guides on our site that could be of use to you:
- Clinical And Medical Negligence Claims Guide – How much compensation could you claim in such circumstances?
- How Much Compensation Can I Claim Against A Council Or Local Authority? – Read this guide to see how to make a claim against a local authority, such as your local council.
- Road Traffic Accident Compensation Claims Guide – Read about how to claim compensation if you were involved in an accident on the road.
Thank you for reading our guide on how our panel of accident claims solicitors Shoreham By Sea could help you today.
Article by HC
Edited by MM