Accident Advice Helpline can offer masseur injury advice and legal representation to clients who have been involved in serious accidents. If you were at work and you were injured due to the negligence of a co-worker or other third party, then you may be able to make a personal injury compensation claim. This claim will pay for any costs associated with your injuries, such as out-of-pocket expenses and special damages – including prescription costs and medical bills. To find out whether you could claim today, call our free, 24-hour helpline.
Situations that require masseur injury advice
Professional masseurs provide a range of services to clients including sports massage, deep tissue massage and acupuncture to clients on a daily basis. While this line of work is usually not dangerous, masseurs can be exposed to risks and hazards in the workplace. For example, if you were working in a spa, hotel or fitness centre, then you may have fallen over an object that should have been moved by staff or slipped on a wet floor that should have been signposted. If you think that someone could have prevented the accident by being more vigilant, then you could make a claim against that third party for compensation.
Other common masseur injuries include over-exertion due to demanding hours and long days at work. Masseurs often have to massage clients for up to an hour at a time, leaving them susceptible to muscle tears and back injuries. If you were forced to work by your employer after expressing concerns about your physical condition, or if being overworked led to your injuries, then they may be liable – and we could make a claim against the business or organisation. The circumstances surrounding every accident are likely to be different, so ring us from a landline on 0800 689 0500 to see exactly how we can help.
Getting masseur injury advice from Accident Advice Helpline
In the UK, there is a three-year deadline for filing a work accident claim. If you have not started the claims process within this time, then only in very specific circumstances can you make a claim. Medical staff must also have treated you for your injuries at the time of the accident and someone else must be to blame. If you think that you meet the criteria for a claim, then you can talk to one our advisors. They will match you with a specialist expert solicitor, who will handle your claim from start to finish.
To help our solicitors, you should write down all the details of your masseur accident. This includes the exact date and time, witness accounts and any photographs of what caused your injuries, such as faulty structures. We also need financial documents to prove loss of earnings and any other expenses you may be eligible to claim for.
Accident Advice Helpline knows how to maximise compensation for clients in any situation. Our team of legal experts will work diligently to prove your case and to get the result you want. Our professional and efficient service has enabled us to become a market leader in the UK – and our no win no fee** policy makes it easier than ever to get started. Just text ‘claim365’ to 88010 now for the best personal injury advice available.
Date Published: July 20, 2015
Author: David Brown
Category: Accident in a beauty salon