If the thought of making a golf caddy accident claim did not occur to you when you were injured, then you may want to consider it now. Working as a golf caddy may not sound like a dangerous profession but like all work, there is an element of risk. Being hit by a stray golf ball is something that anyone on a golf course is at risk from and it is something that can do a great deal of damage. A serious injury is a distinct possibility and if you have been hurt, then it could be that a few small measures could have prevented it. It may be that you are in a strong position to make a personal injury claim.
Do I really need to take legal action?
Life would be so much easier if everything went smoothly and there were no need for legal services and solicitors. Unfortunately, life is not like that and you may need to take action if you feel that you have been the victim of negligence. Sometimes it is the only way to get the other party to sit up, take notice, and do something about the problem that led to the accident. At the very least, you can encourage them to do something about it and make the job safer for not only you, but others as well.
A personal injury claim will also help you to recoup any losses. You might not think that an injury would affect you financially but there is always the possibility that you are not bringing home as much money and that this is directly due to the injury. Not everyone can get by when they only have statutory sick pay and you may be able to get lost wages back in the form of financial compensation, along with other expenses, such as prescription costs and travel.
How can I make a claim?
A golf caddy accident claim is something that you really do need to have professional advice for to make the best decision for your life. A call to Accident Advice Helpline will demonstrate that we are professional on every level. Our free helpline is there so that you can find out more about the claims process and have your questions answered.
Make sure when you call the team at Accident Advice Helpline that you have all the details of your claim on hand. Sometimes additional information such as contact details of witnesses is useful too. We will figure out if you have the grounds to make a claim and then all you have to do is decide if you want to go ahead. One of our personal injury solicitors will take it from there!
Accident Advice Helpline is here to assist people just like you who want to get life back to normal with as little stress as possible. How good does that sound? Call us today on 0800 689 0500 to find out more about our legal services and personal injury claims.
Date Published: July 26, 2015
Author: David Brown
Category: Golfing accident claims