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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Architect injury advice

    To get the best architect injury advice that you can after a bad accident, you can contact the specialists at Accident Advice Helpline. We give free advice about your eligibility to make an accident claim and can support you with no-win, no-fee** legal representation. There is general advice about making an accident claim on our website, and we also run a free, 24-hour helpline. Get the advice you need today by getting in touch with us.

    Our online advice

    You can find our free, 30-second claim calculator on our website. This self-service application asks just six short questions about your accident and can give you an estimate the potential amount of your claim. In addition, there are a number of short informational articles online about how to make a claim, what support we offer, how the compensation process works and how to build a strong claim.

    If you are unable to go online, or simply wish to speak with one of our friendly advisors, you can use our free, 24-hour helpline. By calling us, you can get confidential, free advice specifically about your accident. You can ask us directly about your architect injury if you are unsure whether it can be claimed for or not. We offer legal aid for a wide range of injuries (physical or mental), and have a long history of making successful claims.

    Can I claim for my architect injury?

    You may have been injured working in your office or out on a building site. If your architect injury was someone else’s fault, wherever it occurred, you could be able to launch a claim against him or her. Perhaps you were given equipment that was dangerous to work with, without being explained how to use it. Out on a building site, the obvious risks come from loose building material, unfinished or exposed electrical wiring or obscured holes in the floors. There is an array of health and safety regulations covering the workplace. If your colleague, employer or building site manager broke any of these rules, your claim for financial compensation could be considerably strong.

    Generally speaking, the basis for a successful accident claim consists of witness statements, video footage or photos of your accident or the place where it happened, and documentation such as a copy of your medical record. To check the strength of your claim and to get the best architect injury advice about how to proceed, one of our advisors will be happy to help.

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    What are the benefits of making an accident claim?

    When you are injured, the effect on your life can be severe. Whether you were physically or psychologically injured, you could be experiencing difficulties in continuing to work full-time. You could also find yourself in strained relationships with your friends, family, colleagues or employer. Making a claim can help you gain the finances you need to meet your daily expenses. These could include medical prescriptions and travel costs related to your accident. The other benefit could be emotional, as the recognition that the party at fault for your accident has paid compensation can be gratifying.

    Get in touch now on 0800 689 0500.

    Date Published: July 26, 2015

    Author: David Brown

    Category: Construction accident claims

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    No-Win No-Fee: *Subject to insurance costs. Fee payable if case not pursued at client's request.