If you have been unfortunate enough to suffer an injury as a result of an accident whilst using your camera, then you will probably be seeking the best photographer injury advice. Accident Advice Helpline employs in-house solicitors with vast experience within the financial compensation claims industry and holds a market-leading reputation backed up by the testimony of thousands of people who it has assisted in securing substantial compensation settlements. Such is the confidence in the company’s ability to ensure the best outcome for every client that Accident Advice Helpline operates on a strict no-win, no-fee and insists that no fees are paid up front.
Being a photographer is not generally considered a high-risk occupation or pastime and it should, in general terms, be relatively risk free. There are of course many aspects of photography that involve inherent danger given the nature of the pictures that are attempted – mountainous regions, wild animals and views from aircraft – all increase the risk factors. However, the substance for any claim lies in the apportioning of fault. Seeking financial compensation for an injury received can only be pursued if there was a third party who was liable for the accident.
It is important therefore that you explore the grounds for a claim with someone who has experience within the compensation claims market and who can also provide expert legal advice. Calling the free 24-hour helpline will put you in contact with one of our in–house legal experts. Their friendliness, efficiency and professionalism will set your mind at ease and ensure you feel confident that the right people are handling your case. For over 14 years, Accident Advice Helpline has been working to ensure that people who have been injured or disadvantaged through the actions of a third party are properly compensated for their distress and injury. The legal team will require physical evidence of an injury if it is available to use it as supportive evidence. Pictures can speak louder than any words, as every photographer will tell you – so having such physical evidence is likely to enhance the substance of your claim.
Being a compensation claim market leader, Accident Advice Helpline knows the reassurance that clients feel not having to pay upfront fees. At times of stress and financial hardship resulting from an injury sustained through no fault of your own, having to find funds to pay for legal advice can often make the difference between claiming or not. The customer is the sole focus in all the work our skilled and experienced legal experts carry out, and with that in mind, Accident Advice Helpline insists on a no win, no fee* policy.
Making contact is easy – just dial the free 24-hour helpline and the representative who handles your query will ensure that your case is allocated to the most experienced and suitable in-house solicitor for your case.
To start your claim, call for photographer injury advice at: 0800 689 0500.
Date Published: October 20, 2014
Author: David Brown