If your injuries have brought you to the point where you need to make an electioneering accident claim, then you need to be aware that good professional help is not that far away. How would you like to be represented by a law firm that not only has more than 10 years of experience with dealing solely with personal injury claims, but also has Esther Rantzen, the consumer rights campaigner, as its patron? Accident Advice Helpline is proud of everything it has achieved over the years, helping those who have been injured through no fault of their own and your electioneering accident claim couldn’t be in better hands.
What type of injuries can I claim for?
When you call to speak to us about your electioneering accident claim, we will explain to you if your particular injury and accident make you eligible to make a claim. There are plenty of injuries that can happen while you are electioneering that are not your own fault, for example:
- You may fall over something that should not be there;
- You may be injured while speaking to a constituent at their home;
- At campaign headquarters, you could be expected to lift and carry heavy items around without the relevant training.
Any accident that you suffer because of your work while electioneering can be claimed for if you feel that it was the fault of another person or that preventative measures could have been taken.
Who can help with an electioneering accident claim?
A legal firm such as Accident Advice Helpline should be your first port of call. Our advisors are trained to take all the details of your accident and to tell you very quickly if you have grounds to make a claim so that you can decide if you want to proceed. With the details of the incident on hand, all you have to do is call our free helpline and talk to a member of our team. A few minutes now could make all the difference to your situation.
Will I have to go to court?
When you make an electioneering accident claim, it does not always follow that you will have to attend court. Many claims can be dealt with outside the courtroom and Accident Advice Helpline will look to do this whenever possible. It may be that you need to have a medical assessment even if you have had medical treatment already. Every case is very different and you should be aware that any claim amounts that are quoted are only estimates and cannot be guaranteed.
When you decide you are ready to find out more, pick up the phone and call 0800 689 0500 and speak to one of our advisors. We also have a team of specialist personal injury solicitors who can deal with your case on your behalf; our expertise means that you are in safe hands throughout the whole process and will never feel as though you are on your own.
Date Published: May 4, 2015
Author: David Brown