Getting some lifeguard accident advice is easy when you contact the 24–hour free helpline of Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500. Our team of experts is experienced in compensation claims of this type, so you have nothing to lose by picking up the phone and giving us a call. Accident Advice Helpline was established in 2000 with the aim of providing compensation legal services to all, regardless of their financial situation. We offer a no win, no fee service, so there is no requirement to pay fees upfront.
Being a lifeguard is not easy work and there are times when it can be dangerous. Having an accident as a lifeguard could mean not being able to work, and there is always the possibility that returning to the same job is not practical. This means that the injury has been life-changing and for this reason claiming compensation is advised. You may need to meet additional expenses as well as pay the household bills during this time, and the compensation that is due to you can really make that a lot easier. Even small injuries may warrant a claim, however, so call us even if you think that your accident was minor.
The process of claiming
The first step is to give Accident Advice Helpline a call on 0800 689 0500. We are staffed by experienced claims specialists who will take all the details of your accident and advise if your claim is considered valid. We would not encourage anybody to make a claim that is unlikely to win. As we operate on a no win, no fee basis, there is no benefit to us to do this. Once we have all the information on your accident we can begin to pursue the claim. We will not ask you to deal with the third party at any point in the proceedings – Accident Advice Helpline handles all of this for you.
We will keep you informed of progress every step of the way and our team of experienced compensation lawyers is on hand to answer any questions that you may have at any time of the day or night.
Why should I make a claim?
If you have any doubts about making a claim, you need to remember that many accidents – particularly in the workplace – are preventable. Employers are legally obliged to ensure the safety of staff and clients, so if you have been injured through no fault of your own, others need to be held responsible, if only to prevent this happening to somebody else in the future. All employers need to have liability insurance and the claim is made directly against their insurance, so you do not need to worry that individuals will be left out of pocket if you take action.
If you need lifeguard accident advice then it is time to talk to the experts. The no win, no fee process means that you have nothing to lose by talking to us, so why not pick up the phone and talk to a friendly, professional adviser now?
Date Published: February 9, 2014
Author: David Brown