If you had an injury on a reservoir recently, you may be wondering if you can claim compensation. Your accident may have left you with significant physical or psychological injuries. Perhaps you are unable to work after your reservoir accident, hampering your ability to make ends meet.
You could also be experiencing depression or anxiety attacks after an accident, which you could address by seeking counselling. If your accident was caused by someone else and happened in the last three years, you could be able to claim financial compensation.
Do I have a legal right to financial compensation?
Unless you work in the legal profession, or know someone who works as a lawyer or other legal professional, it is unlikely that you know your legal rights after an accident.
If you are not sure if you can claim for an injury on a reservoir, you can contact the personal injury specialists at the Accident Advice Helpline.
Since we were set up in 2000, we have represented thousands of accident victims through the legal process of making a claim.
The benefits of making a claim for an injury on a reservoir
Obtaining financial compensation and the psychological boost of knowing that your accident has been formally recognised are the main benefits of making a claim for an injury on a reservoir.
A serious injury caused by someone else can leave you with potentially lasting effects, such as having to pay for medical expenses. If you slipped and fell into a reservoir, nearly drowned or caught hypothermia in it, you could find it difficult to regain your normal health and financial stability.
Find out more about us online
You can find out more about us if you go to our website for advice. Our website offers a number of short informative articles describing our history, experience and what is involved in making an accident claim. There is also a useful, free online tool you can use: our 30-second claim calculator.
This calculator poses a few short questions about your accident and then calculates what your claim could be worth. If you don’t have time to go online, or wish to speak in more detail, you can call us on our free helpline.
When you speak with an adviser, you can ask about making a claim and what your claim could be worth. We can also give you advice about what you may need to do to build your claim, such as obtaining a copy of your medical record.
How to contact Accident Advice Helpline
Get the right advice and potential no win, no fee* legal representation and call us today.
Our free, 24-hour helpline is available on 0800 689 0500.
You can also text claim365 to 88010 to be called by one of our advisers.
Date Published: July 3, 2015
Author: David Brown
Category: Accident in a public place