If you have ever worked with, or been in close proximity to an industrial generator, you will know that it is very easy to be injured by one, particularly if it is damaged or poorly maintained. If an injury does occur on a construction site, during working hours, because of either of these conditions, a generator accident claim can be brought and compensation may be paid, in order to cover lost earnings or medical bills.
As ever, the subject of negligence can be a tricky beast. If you have no legal background, it can be extremely difficult, even impossible, to force a negligent third party, or organisation, to admit their faults. In other words, fighting for your rights, without help, can be a lonely and disenchanting journey. It is lucky that Accident Advice Helpline is here to guide you in the right direction.
What is Accident Advice Helpline?
Accident Advice Helpline is an established personal injury law firm, with over 14 years of experience. We are efficient, fair and we get the job done quickly and sensitively. We know that nobody really wants to be involved with a legal process, even if they do stand to financially benefit from it, so our process is efficient and stress free.
Our solicitors work on a ‘no win, no fee’* basis, in order to secure you the compensation that you deserve, from the people who have failed in their duty of care towards you – be it a construction site manager, or the owner of a faulty generator, which has caused you significant harm.
We have dealt with thousands of cases over the years, many involving industrial accidents and incidents caused by faulty generators, so we understand what needs to be done to ensure that a claim has the best chance of success. If you think that you might be eligible for compensation, call one of our friendly advisers direct today on 0800 689 0500. Or, if you prefer, text claim365 to 88010, to receive a quick call back from a specialist associate.
What steps do I need to take to claim?
Accident Advice Helpline consultation process is as easy as switching on the kettle, and making yourself a cup of tea. In fact, we recommend doing just that as you wait for one of our experts to call you back and discuss your case. You will be asked six straightforward, brief questions, in order to determine the validity of your claim. It is important to note that we will only take your case, if we genuinely believe that it can be won.
We will record the details of the accident, the injuries and the environment in which they were sustained. If you have photographic evidence of any of these things, we will ask you to share it with a solicitor. You are much more likely to be pursuing a case with a positive outcome, if you can produce evidence of the fact that you were not to blame for your accident.
The path towards recovery is not always one to walk, but our experts are committed to making your journey as easy as possible.
Date Published: October 19, 2014
Author: David Brown