There will be people who wonder why anyone would need golf caddy injury advice, but the truth is that working on a golf course brings plenty of hazards with it. You are expected to carry heavy bags of golf clubs and there is always the risk that somebody swinging a club could hit you. A stray ball could come out of nowhere and hit you. A golf course’s shifting terrain can also be hazardous. While performing your duties on the course, you could trip and fall. The golf caddy is often a forgotten person on a golf course, but if you are injured, you will need golf caddy injury advice.
You might need to consider the possibility of a personal injury claim and if you call Accident Advice Helpline, you can find out how this system works. A personal injury claim is a claim for compensation if you believe that the accident and injury should not have happened at all. In any working environment, there should be somebody who takes responsibility for the health and safety of all of those on site.
Who is Accident Advice Helpline?
Accident Advice Helpline is a law firm that has been working since 2000 to help people who have been injured through no fault of their own. Our history in personal injury claims is unrivalled and our team of experts are right at the end of the phone waiting to talk to you. We have a free, 24-hour helpline so that you can contact us when it suits you and you are under no obligation to proceed with legal action.
We also ensure that you are not left out of pocket just because you want to pursue a claim. You can make use of our no win, no fee** system. This means no invoice at the start of your legal action – allowing you to start it when you are ready to and not just when you can afford it. Worrying about finances early on is often a barrier to getting the right result and we want to find a way to prevent this, for the sake of every person that has been injured through no fault of their own.
What is the compensation for?
If you want to make a personal injury claim, it will take into account the fact that the accident has happened but it should have been prevented. It will also take into consideration any loss of earnings that you have had – a golfing injury could mean that you are unable to work as a golf caddy for a while and this could affect your income. There may also be other expenses involved in your claim, such as travel or prescriptions. Accident Advice Helpline does not believe that you should be left out of pocket because of your accident and we will do everything that we can to help you to put this situation right. Call us today on 0800 689 0500 to find out more and to see if you can make a claim.
Date Published: July 26, 2015
Author: David Brown
Category: Golfing accident claims