A modelling accident claim may be initiated by models who have suffered an injury that is the result of an accident that is not their fault. If you are a model and you wish to make an enquiry into making a claim then Accident Advice Helpline will be able to help you take steps toward a personal injury claim. The circumstances surrounding each case are sometimes drastically different, and it may be that you are unsure of the claim process with regard to your own personal circumstance. Make a call to our free 24/7 helpline in order to receive personalised advice from our highly trained advisors.
Making a claim against your employers can be a daunting thing to undertake, but if you have received medical treatment for an injury that was the result of negligent actions by others then you are entitled to make a claim for compensation. The negligent action could cause a variety of potential accidents including an injury from a slip or trip on an unmarked area of wet floor, strain or injury caused by carrying heavy weights on the shoot, or injury as a result of the use of malfunctioning safety equipment.
There are steps that you can take to ensure that the claim runs as smoothly as possible. Firstly, you should seek medical attention to receive treatment for any injuries you have. The medical records produced by the treatment serve as evidence in the claim process and will be integral in making a successful claim for compensation. Although you are entitled to claim within 3 years of having an accident it is advisable to initiate your claim as soon as possible to enable easier retrieval of the records that are needed to make the personal injury claim.
Our in-house solicitors at Accident Advice Helpline have dealt with a wide range of claims and can offer experience and advice to our clients. If you are unsure whether your claim is valid then we can provide personalised advice relating to your individual case circumstances. All cases undertaken by our legal team are done so on a no win, no fee basis.
Another sensible step that will reinforce a case for a compensation claim is to provide evidence pertaining to the location and cause of the accident. This evidence can be in the form of photographs taken at the site of the accident that show the exact spot of the incident and the cause of the accidental injury. The evidence can also be in the form of a witness statement, or photographs or sketchings made by a witness at the site.
To receive no-obligation advice from our highly trained advisors do not hesitate to phone us free on 0800 689 0500. The claim process is made easy for you by our legal team and friendly staff, who operate to try and make the process as stress free as possible. We can also be contacted from your mobile by dialling 0333 500 0993 to contact Accident Advice Helpline.