Deep sea fishing isn’t just a recreational activity – it is also how many highly-skilled people make their living. The activity is also known as charter fishing and far too many people have come to harm whilst partaking in it. Deep sea fishing is known as one of the most demanding professions there is, and one of the reasons it is seen as such a dangerous profession is because there are such long hours involved. It is also deemed to be hazardous because of the extreme physical activity attached to it. If you’ve been hurt as a charter fisherman and it wasn’t your fault, there’s a good chance we will be able to help you get compensation.
Have you come to harm whilst working as a charter fisherman?
Accidents and injuries associated with being a charter fisherman include slips and falls, drowning, back pain, strains and sprains, drowning and equipment injuries. Many charter fishermen have lost their lives at work. If you feel you came to harm whilst deep sea fishing because you employer failed in their duty of care to you, you may be able to claim compensation. The money paid out to you can help you cover a host of expenses related to your accident like counselling fees, lost earnings, medical costs and more.
As long as the accident happened in the last three years, was someone else’s fault and you saw a medical professional about your injuries when you sustained them, there is a very good chance you will be able to claim with Accident Advice Helpline. We have been helping people claim compensation for injuries they didn’t cause since we were founded in 2000 and you don’t even need any money to start a claim with us. Furthermore, we work on a no-win, no-fee* basis. We always assign the right kind of solicitor to you, with vast experience in working on claims like yours.
Is it time to get in touch?
You have nothing to lose by making an enquiry so why not call today? Our 30-second test will tell you if you’re likely to have a case and give you a rough estimate on how much you could receive. If you’d rather call now to speak to an advisor, this is no problem. Just dial 0800 689 0500 if you’re on your mobile or 0333 500 0993 if you’re using a mobile.
Date Published: May 9, 2017
Author: Accident Advice