Working as a house cleaner, you have the right to expect that the environment in which you work is safe. Furthermore, if you work with others or clean the house while its owners or tenants are at home you should be able to work without being put at risk by their actions. Unfortunately, sometimes accidents do happen. If you were injured while house cleaning, you may now be looking for the best house cleaner injury advice you can find. This is where Accident Advice Helpline could be a solution.
About Accident Advice Helpline
Accident Advice Helpline was established in 2000. We help thousands of people every year who have suffered personal injuries caused by other people. If your house cleaner injury was the result of a dangerous working environment or because people around you acted recklessly or negligently, give Accident Advice Helpline a call today.
You can contact us in a number of different ways. Calling on your land line, you can dial 0800 180 4123. This is a free, 24-hour service. Using a mobile, you can call us free at 0333 500 0992. If you would prefer to receive a call back, you can text ‘claim 365’ on 88010. In each instance, you will speak with one of our friendly advisors. If your call is after hours, just leave your contact details for an advisor to return your call.
The first step is that one of our highly trained, experienced call advisors goes through the details of your house cleaner injury with you. Your advisor will be able to assess if you have a potential claim for financial compensation and what it could be worth. If you decide to proceed, you will be assigned to one of our expert personal injury solicitors. Our solicitors work on a no-win, no-fee basis.
Your house cleaner injury
When you work for others, you have a right to expect a safe, well-maintained working environment. There are numerous health and safety regulations that employers have to adhere to. If your house cleaner injury was the result of a breach of one of these laws or regulations, you have a strong case for financial compensation. However, you can start checking your claim if your house cleaner accident happened in the last three years and was caused by someone else.
Perhaps you slipped or fell due to a badly-maintained domestic space, or something fell on you. You may have been injured because the owner or tenant was in the house at the time and acted without care around you. You can get expert advice from Accident Advice Helpline, so that you can decide your best course of action after your accident.
Document what you remember
Your claim for financial compensation can be strengthened if you document as much as you can remember about your house cleaner accident. Start by documenting the time and location of your accident and who caused it. Taking photographic evidence and witness statements will also help your potential claim.
Date Published: October 19, 2014
Author: David Brown