The thought that you might have to get bookkeepers injury advice probably sounds mad. After all, what injuries can befall you as a bookkeeper? The truth is that all professions are at risk of injury in some way. Bookkeepers are office-based but offices can still be dangerous places.
There is always something that you can trip over and you will be expected to use computer equipment and other items that could easily be faulty or poorly maintained. The fact is that your employer is responsible for your health and safety no matter what your role in the office and if they have not taken the right measures or the policies have been ignored, they could be leaving themselves wide open to a personal injury claim.
Why should I make a personal injury claim?
Even if you are injured at work there is no guarantee that your employer is going to give you full pay for the whole time that you are off work. Can you manage to pay all your household bills on statutory sick pay?
It is not an easy thing to do, especially if you only have the one wage coming in. There will be a lot of belt-tightening going on and you need to be sure that you and your family are going to be able to manage. Remember that they will be struggling to cope with this just as much as you are.
This is why when you need bookkeepers injury advice you should call Accident Advice Helpline. If you do find that you need to make a personal injury claim then our team is best placed to help you; after all, we have helped thousands of people who have found themselves in a similar situation since we were formed in 2000. You need to make sure that you have claimed for all the expenses that are related to your accident so that you are not out of pocket for very long.
What should I do?
Make sure in the first instance that you have all the information we might need on your accident. Do you have contact details for any witnesses? These could be useful when it comes to resolving your claim.
Make sure that you have a note of dates, places and times and if you have any photos of the area where the accident happened that might help too. The more information we have the easier the claims process could be.
Speak to a member of our team and give them all your information and it will only take a few minutes to determine if you have valid grounds for a personal injury claim. As your call will be to our free, 24-hour helpline on 0800 689 0500, it will not cost you a penny to find out more and if this call gets things turning around for you what are you waiting for?
Make the most of the services offered by Accident Advice Helpline such as our no win, no fee* system, and find out just how quickly your life could get back on track.
Date Published: July 10, 2015
Author: David Brown
Category: Accident in a public place