Jobs in the automotive industry could include working at a car dealership, being employed as a mechanic, working for a valet service or even being employed in the manufacture of motor vehicles. As you can imagine, there are some common hazards in the automotive industry that are responsible for the majority of accidents. But just because you’ve been injured by something common doesn’t mean you can’t make a personal injury claim. If somebody else is at fault for your injuries, Accident Advice Helpline could help you claim the compensation you deserve, within three years of your accident.
How did your accident happen?
Since we started helping people claim compensation back in 2000, we have handled claims relating to injuries caused by a variety of common hazards in the automotive industry. Here are just a few of the most common we’ve come across:
- Faulty equipment in a garage causing injuries to mechanics – for example a car crushing somebody working on it
- Being hit by a reversing vehicle in a dealership or garage
- Fault tools in a garage causing lacerations and other injuries
- Electrical faults in vehicles causing electric shock
- Heavy machinery in factories causing crush injuries
If you have been injured working in the automotive industry, you might feel there’s not a lot you can do. However if your accident has been caused by somebody else’s negligence – for example if you were injured by faulty equipment your employer failed to maintain properly – then you could have a viable claim for compensation.
No win no fee claims
Worrying about expensive legal fees puts many people off making a personal injury claim. That’s because if you’ve needed time off work to recover after an injury at work, you may be suffering financially. Whether you’ve been injured by common hazards in the automotive industry or something else entirely, you can make a no win no fee claim with Accident Advice Helpline. So there are no upfront fees to worry about, and it’s free to call us too. Give us a ring today on 0800 689 5659 to get confidential advice, however you have been injured.
There’s no obligation to proceed with a claim, but if you do go ahead, you’ll benefit from over 15 years of experience handling personal injury claims. We’ve even been endorsed by our patron, TV personality Dame