Accident Advice Helpline can help you if you are suffering from tendinitis and would like to make a tendinitis accident claim against those responsible. You can find expert advice and no win, no fee legal representation through Accident Advice Helpline.
What do I need to do to make a claim?
If your tendinitis accident happened in the last three years and someone else is responsible for your injury, you could have a legal right to compensation. You may doubt your eligibility to claim, or feel unsure about what the claims process exactly may entail. Most people we help with claims have never been injured or involved in a legal procedure; we understand that the process may seem daunting, but we do everything we can to ensure you receive the support you need.
When you call our free helpline, we will start by asking you about your accident. We need to find out what happened and how someone else caused it. You may have had a pre-existing tendinitis condition, which someone exacerbated by forcing you to work in a particular position. An inflamed or swollen tendon can be damaged if you stretch too far, or if you had to crouch for long periods of time. Working outdoors or undertaking a physically demanding job can worsen, or cause development of tendinitis. If your employer or colleague forced you into this, you could be able to base your claim on a breach of health and safety.
How did someone else cause your tendinitis accident?
When you contact us, we can help you to determine if there is sufficient evidence to show that another person was at fault. We will review the facts about your case with you and ask for more details if necessary. There may have been a witness to your tendinitis accident. If you fell, tripped, or ruptured your tendon through another physical movement, witnesses could support your claim by providing information about who caused the accident. There could even by CCTV footage of the incident.
Other useful evidence can include your medical record, detailing your tendinitis and the effect of your accident on you. Additional documentation that shows that the person or people who caused your accident were with you at the time could also be useful.
Accident Advice Helpline
We have made successful accident claims for more than ten years. All of our expert lawyers are dedicated to ensuring you get the representation that you deserve. We work throughout the United Kingdom, and we have the right lawyer to help you through the legal process if you decide to make a tendinitis accident claim.
You can find out more about us by calling our free, 24-hour helpline on 0800 689 0500. You can also check what your claim could be worth by using our online 30-second claim calculator.
Date Published: February 9, 2015
Author: David Brown