Have you had a bad day at work? Are your colleagues annoying you? Perhaps your moody boss is getting on your nerves or maybe it’s the new computer system that is driving you up the wall? Whatever has made your day at work a bad one we hope that tomorrow is much better for you. But what happens if your bad day at work is a bit more serious? What happens if it is actually the day from hell because you have been left hurt and injured?
Well if an accident at work has left you with injuries then there may be something you can do. If this accident was not your own fault then you can make an injury at work claim and claim back compensation for these injuries which you have suffered. To do this you are in exactly the right place! Please keep reading to find out how Accident Advice Helpline can help you do this.
Kingston upon Hull injury at work claim
Are you based in the Kingston upon Hull area? Then you will benefit from one of our in house teams the Kingston upon Hull injury at work claim team. The Kingston upon Hull injury at work claim team can help everyone and anyone make an injury at work claim. Here at Accident Advice Helpline we have seen the destruction and devastation that accidents in the work place can cause and this is why we want to help as many of you accident victims as we possibly can.
Here at Accident Advice Helpline we cannot take away the memories of your accident or the physical scars that your accident injuries have left. After all we are not hypno-therapists nor are we medical geniuses. However we are injury at work claim experts and we can help with one important factor following your injury at work and that is the financial burden that may have followed you. We can fight to get you the cash compensation that you deserve so financial struggles can be one less thing that you have to struggle with.
With a little help from Accident Advice Helpline you could claim cash compensation for the following:
- Loss of income (basic wages as well as lost regular overtime earnings, bonuses and commission)
- Medical costs (this includes any private care and any NHS out of pocket expenses such as prescriptions)
- Therapies and treatments to help improve your injuries.
- Child care bills that you had to pay for whilst recovering and not able to look after the children yourself.
- Carer bills. Some people need to employ a personal carer during the recovery period. The cost of this can also be claimed back.
To find out what else you are entitled to claim back please call us at Accident Advice Helpline today. You can reach us on one of our dedicated telephone lines. Call 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. Alternatively, text CLAIM365 to 88010.
Don’t delay any longer. Allow us to offer you the help and support we have given to countless past clients.
Date Published: December 27, 2014
Author: David Brown