Spinal Injury CompensationHave you injured your spine in an accident?
Are you eligible to claim?
Mercury Legal Online are here to help you
The term personal injury is obviously a very general one and here at Mercury Legal Online we are often asked what exactly you can or cannot claim for. Although it may seem like a simple question in reality it is not easy to answer as the scope of what we cover under the umbrella of personal injury is very broad indeed.
We all know that we can claim for road traffic accidents, accidents at work and serious work illnesses such as asbestosis and whilst we do help with such claims every day they are by no means all that we deal with.
You only have to visit our specialist road traffic accident, accident at work or industrial diseases pages to see just how many separate areas of personal injury law we can offer assistance with, and indeed it is an ever growing area.
Lately Mercury Legal Online has been asked to investigate new claims for call centre workers who have suffered hearing damage, construction workers who have handled MDF and women who have had substandard breast implants. No matter what the injury may be or how it was sustained, if you think it was someone else’s fault, or due to someone else’s negligence, we want to hear from you. Even if your personal injury or illness isn’t covered on our site it doesn’t mean that we can’t help, it just isn’t possible to cover everything we do on one website.
If you have suffered any form of personal injury and you think you may be entitled to compensation or even if you are just curious to see if you may be able to bring a claim contact us today for straightforward no obligation advice.
Claiming For Spinal Injury
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