If you are in need of volunteer worker injury advice you may be unsure where to turn. The good news is that Accident Advice Helpline is your best option. Being injured at work – whether you get paid for that work or not – means that you are going to need support and we are ideally placed to make sure that you get that support.
So how can we help? We are a specialist law firm, providing advice and legal assistance on personal injury claims. If you have been left out of pocket as the result of your accident and injury then we are on hand to ensure that you can get the compensation that you deserve.
Making a claim
The first thing you need to do if you want to make a claim is speak to one of our advisers. They will take all the details of your accident and injury and determine in just a few minutes if you have valid grounds to make a claim. You may need to provide us with medical evidence that can be used in support of your claim but then you can leave it in the hands of our personal injury solicitors.
It costs nothing to call us – our 24-hour helpline is free – so you do not need to worry about running up a huge bill before things even get started. It also costs nothing to make your claim. Accident Advice Helpline works on a no win, no fee basis so unlike other law firms, you will not need to pay anything upfront. This means that you can get your claim moving very quickly and this will minimise any financial problems that you have as a result of the accident.
The importance of compensation
If you are a volunteer worker then it could mean that you are not relying on a job for your income so it might be that you do not have to worry about loss of earnings. But if you are injured during your time as a volunteer worker then it could mean that anything else you do to earn money is affected by this, not to mention you will have to take time away from your volunteer work. Compensation can help make up for this and any out of pocket expenses that you have incurred as a result of your injury.
The problem is that an injury has the potential to change your life. Even a minor injury could mean a fairly long recovery time. What happens if you cannot return to work for a long time? What happens if you are not able to do the same job as before? All of these things will be taken into consideration if you make a claim for compensation. The team at Accident Advice Helpline will be able to explain when we give volunteer worker injury advice that there are many factors involved in compensation claims and we will do our best to make sure that you get the right compensation for your personal situation.
Date Published: October 30, 2014
Author: David Brown