All of you that have come to love what we do here at Mobility Shopper will know that we often provide reviews of services as well as products and mobility aids. This review is dedicated to the services of no-win no fee solicitors.
What’s that got to do with disability or mobility I hear you cry! Around 75% of severe disabilities such as spinal injury for example are caused by some form of accident or other such as motorcycle or car accident, diving, horseriding or playing rugby, yes rugby, these are the most frequent causes of spinal injury to the neck or back. Some of these may surprise you so here’s a brief description of a few.
There is a high percentage of people breaking their neck by diving into shallow or rocky water, I’m sure I don’t need to give a graphic explanation of how that happens.
In my opinion the Americans have the right idea by wearing plenty of protective gear, yes the English may call them sissies and say that English rugby is a real man’s game but hey they really need to look at the dangers of slamming your head into other peoples people’s bodies or the ground at high speed, again spinal injury to the neck through rugby is high on the list of ways to end up in a wheelchair.
The most severe injuries from horseriding is mainly back injuries and often results in paralysis from the lower regions simply by falling off one of these uncontrollable beasts from a fair height. No I am not a horsey fan.
Of course these are only some of the common causes of spinal injury, there are a whole host of other injuries many not so severe or disabling but even so can be just as disruptive to the injured person’s everyday life.
So back to where we were and that was talking about no-win no fee solicitors and services, I’m not going to go into the personal reasons of why I think that one company is better than another but I would strongly recommend that anybody that has had an accident that is not their fault or even if they suspect it is not their fault to give these people a call by clicking this link here to get professional legal advice in a area such as road traffic accident, accidents at work, slipping on wet floors at work or in a public building and of course criminal injury and medical negligence.
Sadly medical negligence seems to be on the rise, maybe if more people take action against private and NHS hospitals when negligence occurs or is suspected it would reduce the amount of mistakes being made.