If you were involved in a glassblowing accident and are unsure where you can find glassblowing injury advice, you have come to the right place. Accident Advice Helpline has helped many people to claim compensation for accidents they did not cause themselves. We employ specialist personal injury lawyers, who are dedicated to helping you obtain the best compensation you can for your injury. Our solicitors work on a no-win, no-fee basis to give you financial peace of mind throughout the legal process. Our wide-ranging success with thousands of claims makes us the ideal choice for accident advice.
Documenting your glassblowing accident
Accident Advice Helpline specialises in helping people who did not cause their own injuries. One of the first things we need to establish is who was at fault in your accident. Next, we will ask you what evidence there is to support your case. There may be an accident logbook that details your glassblowing accident, clearly showing who was at fault, or you may have witnesses who are willing to give testimony on your behalf. You can significantly improve your chances of a successful claim by documenting as much about your accident as possible – including the time and location, who else was there at the time, and what happened afterwards. If you have had to seek medical help, ask your doctor for a copy of your medical records. Also, be sure to keep any medical receipts or other receipts for expenses incurred in the wake of your accident, such as travel expenses.
The person who caused your accident may have surprised you while you were working, causing you to burn yourself or to cut yourself on partially finished glass. You may have fallen down or fainted because of another person’s sudden reckless behaviour. Perhaps you were working for someone who did not adequately maintain their glassblowing studio, or you may have been forced to work with faulty equipment. Your employer is legally bound to safeguard your well-being in the workplace. Perhaps you were asked to work for a long time without a break, and this caused you to lose concentration.
Establishing culpability is key in starting a successful claim process. When you call us, we will give you the best advice we can to help you collect the necessary material to prove someone else was at fault. If we think you have a valid claim, one of our specialist personal injury solicitors will give further advice as your claim progresses.
How to contact us
You can contact us in a number of ways. You can call our free, 24-hour helpline on 0800 180 4123. From a mobile phone, you can contact us on 0333 500 0992. To receive a call from us directly, you can simply text ‘claim365’ to 88010.
Date Published: November 16, 2014
Author: David Brown