Slips, trips and falls can be painful, embarrassing and even confidence shattering. Whether it’s the public nature of the accident, the subsequent injuries and recovery time, loss of earnings or even an enforced career change, accidents at work or out in public can leave you feeling alone and vulnerable.
That’s why it’s important to always remember that there are people out there who are on your side, and not just family and friends. Yes, the support of those close to you can be invaluable but when it comes to practical advice and accident claims, it’s always best to seek out the experts.
With over 10 years’ experience in the field, Accident Advice Helpline is a law firm with more than enough knowledge and expertise to ensure you receive the financial compensation to which you are entitled. Supported by renowned consumer champion Esther Rantzen, their success stories run into the thousands. Here’s a quick breakdown of just some of the things they can do for you.
Assess whether your slips, trips and falls claim is valid
The criteria for the vast majority of claims are two-fold. Firstly, the accident must be the fault of someone else. Industrial spillages at work, for example, are the responsibility of the employer. Secondly, the accident usually has to have taken place within the last three years. Cases involving minors and industrial sickness are exceptions to this rule.
Accident Advice Helpline is free to call and is answered 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The experts offer friendly, practical advice in confidence and there is no pressure to take the case forward.
Take your case on
Accident Advice Helpline works on a no win, no fee* basis, offering you peace of mind that everything is being done to recompense for your work slip or public fall and reassurance that your claim is one that is likely to be successful.
Keep it simple
With the online claims calculator, Accident Advice Helpline website can help determine if your injury claim is worth pursuing. The majority of cases are sorted and processed over the phone. Court attendances are a rarity and, though the time varies from case to case, they will endeavour to get your compensation as quickly as possible.
The sheer level of help available merely emphasises the importance that people know that, following accidents at work or elsewhere, help and support is at hand.
Date Published: September 30, 2013
Author: David Brown