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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 injury as a door-to-door salesman?

    As a door-to-door salesman, if you suffered injuries from an accident that was not your fault, then you would be right to ask, ‘Can I claim for an injury as a door-to-door salesman?’ While it’s not considered a dangerous profession by nature, door-to-door salesmen can sustain severe injuries from being run over, or bitten by an owner’s dog. If you think that your accident could have been prevented, then Accident Advice Helpline may be able to work with you to claim against those responsible.

    Potential injuries

    Door-to-door salesmen sell products and services to the general public. The job can be demanding as it takes patience and impressive sales skills to generate interest and sales. When you enter somebody’s home, there are any number of ways in which you could be injured. Failure to warn you of structural or maintenance problems which could pose a risk to your safety could land the homeowner in hot water if these problems lead to you sustaining an injury.

    What kind of evidence is required?

    We will need evidence to support your claim, but do not worry, there are no forms to fill in. One of our friendly advisors will need to discuss with you how and why the accident happened, and you will need to provide us with witness contact details. Our expert solicitors will handle all the legal details for you. If you are claiming for expenses such as lost income, then we will use financial documents to show how the injuries have affected your life. Medical documents and a diagnosis will also help support a claim for the costs of counselling.

    Why should I file a claim?

    If the accident was not your fault, then you should claim. If you and your family are struggling due to your accident, then we recommend that you do something about it. Mortgage repayments, monthly bills and other expenses can be very difficult to meet if you are not earning a regular income due to your injuries. A claim will not only provide you with money to get your life back on track, it will also make sure that the third party is made to pay for their negligence.

    The great thing about working with Accident Advice Helpline is the no win, no fee** policy. It has never been easier to get the money owed to you, so give us a call or send us a text now to discuss how we can help you make a door-to-door-salesman accident claim.

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    Date Published: July 21, 2015

    Author: David Brown

    Category: Accident at work claim

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