You could be in a position where you need university injury advice and if this is the case, you might be able to consider a personal injury claim. We would all like to think of universities as places where we are safe, but in actuality, they hold many of the same safety hazards of any other location. You can easily fall, trip or have something fall on you – and it could easily have been prevented. This is why health and safety regulations are so important in places where there are lots of people. They work to ensure that people can move about without fear of being hurt, but even with a strong health and safety team in place there are things that are overlooked. If this is the case, you could easily be hurt and it would be no fault of your own.
What do I do next?
Very simply – make a call! Accident Advice Helpline is ideally placed to offer you university injury advice and explain to you what is entailed in making a personal injury claim. You can call us at any time of the day or night, as our helpline is open 24 hours. It won’t even cost you to make a call because the helpline is free – even better for the cash-strapped student! If you have been injured, you need to make sure that you see a doctor, as medical evidence will be important if you want to make a claim.
After that, you can leave it with us. Our personal injury solicitors are all highly experienced and can deal with the claim on your behalf. As we have a no win no fee policy, you can get your claim started without the need to pay a lot of money upfront. This means that there is no delay and your claim could be settled sooner rather than later – minimising the problems that the accident could cause.
Why do I need compensation?
If you have suffered an accident while studying or working at a university, then it could be that you are unable to work for a while or unable to attend classes. This can have a serious effect on finances and future prospects, and there is no reason why you should not be compensated for this. The responsible person should be made to take responsibility for their failings, and you should not have to suffer the consequences of them without justice and compensation.
Compensation is not only important to help you, but it will draw attention to the original problem and encourage those responsible to do something about it to prevent it from happening again in the future to somebody else. With the help of Accident Advice Helpline, you can make a stand and help to make your university a safer place for others.
To receive more university injury advice, all you have to do is give us a call. A member of our friendly team will guide you through the process and give you all the information that you need. You have nothing to lose by making a call, so why delay?