Whether you were working during a training exercise when you had your accident or sustained an injury during a combat situation, you could be able to make an air cartographer accident claim.
At Accident Advice Helpline, we make accident claims for people who suffered injuries through no fault of their own. If you were injured by another air cartographer, support staff or your superiors, you could be entitled to financial compensation if it can be shown your accident was not your fault.
How to make an air cartographer accident claim
When you contact us for help, we need to establish who caused your air cartographer accident. One of our advisors can assess the evidence relating to your accident. Your advisor will then be able to state what your eligibility to claim is, and what it may be worth.
You can improve your ability to make a successful air cartographer accident claim by keeping a record of what happened. Perhaps you were preparing a new map, or updating an existing one, that was to be used in a combat situation or training exercise.
For example, if you were exposed to risks that could have been avoided, or you were forced to use faulty equipment, you could make a compensation claim based on someone else’s negligence or lack of care towards your personal safety.
Write down as much as you can remember of your accident, focussing on its cause and what effect it had on you.
Expert legal representation
If you have a valid air cartographer accident claim, we will help you through the legal process. We employ 100% no win, no fee solicitors. When you make a claim with us, you will be supported by a solicitor who can explain how the legal process works and what you need to do.
How much your air cartographer accident claim could be worth
You can go to our homepage to use our 30-second test, which can state the potential value of your air cartographer accident claim. The calculator asks six short questions about what happened to you and from those answers it will give you an estimated claim amount.
What you could claim for
Potentially, you could claim for an expenses that you have faced as a direct result of your accident. This could include prescriptions charges, the cost of counselling or physiotherapy sessions, travel expenses and loss of wages.
If you have found yourself losing out financially, since your injury occurred, then you will need to tell us exactly how you have been effected. For us to include these expenses in your claim we will need evidence to prove exactly how much you have lost. This could include receipts, invoices and other documents like medical notes and wage slips.
How to get in touch
For more detailed advice about your specific injury you will need to speak to one of our expert advisers. Call us on our free helpline on 0800 689 0500.
Using your mobile phone, you can call us on 0333 500 0993 or text claim365 to 88010 to receive a call from one of our advisers.
Date Published: August 12, 2015
Author: Lee Tadd