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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

    Can I claim for an accident as a sculptor?

    If you are wondering, ‘Can I claim for an accident as a sculptor?’ then you need to speak to Accident Advice Helpline. This could be a complicated question to answer. It will depend a great deal on whether or not you are self-employed as a sculptor or if you are working for another person. Perhaps you have been commissioned to create a sculpture at somebody else’s home and were working there when you were injured? Your first step should be to call our 24-hour free helpline and go through all the details of the incident with us so that we can determine if you have valid grounds to make a claim.

    Why Accident Advice Helpline?

    We were established nearly 15 years ago and since then have worked hard to build our reputation as a leading personal injury law firm. We employ a team of advisors who are trained and experienced and will be happy to answer any questions that you have about the claims process. If you decide that you want to go ahead with your claim, your claim will then be in the hands of one of our solicitors.

    We gear our services towards the client at all times. With our no-win, no-fee policy you can be sure that you can pursue your claim when it suits you and not just when you have managed to save enough money to make a claim. Getting legal help can be expensive otherwise and why should you have to pay if the accident was not your fault?

    What injuries might I suffer as a sculptor?

    It is well known that sculptors use equipment like chisels that are sharp so an injury such as a bad cut is not beyond the realms of possibility. When creating large sculptures, the artist will use ladders and other equipment so that they can work at height and this brings with it a completely new range of health and safety risks. A fall is something that can leave a person with serious injuries and recovery could take months or even years.

    Loss of earnings is a distinct possibility. Perhaps you are a sculptor that has another job too – not all artists earn enough from their work to pay the bills. What happens when one part of your life affects another like this? This is why financial compensation is a good idea – you can be compensated for your loss of earnings and any other financial problems that you have incurred as a direct result of your injury.

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    When you speak to an advisor at Accident Advice Helpline you need to make sure that you tell them about all the expenses that you have had as well as the details of your injury. With all this information it will not take long to figure out if you have grounds to make a claim. Then you can focus on getting better and leave all the legal details to us. You have nothing to lose by speaking to Accident Advice Helpline and it could be exactly what you need. Call us today and let us help you answer the question, ‘Can I claim for an accident as a sculptor?’

    Date Published: November 30, 2014

    Author: David Brown

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