Do you feel that you may need to make a claim against your employer in Birmingham?

Having to make a claim against your employer in Birmingham, or wherever you may work, does not have to be as frightening as it sounds.

What would instigate a claim?

There are a lot of reasons why you may need to file a claim against your employer in Birmingham, but it all boils down to negligence. If you were hurt at work, in an accident that was not your fault, then your employer could be liable for it. Ultimately, the safety of staff, and visitors, rests on the shoulders of the employer, and it is their duty to make sure that the working environment is as safe as it can be.

This means checking fittings, fixtures, machinery, making sure floors are kept clean and clutter free… The list is very nearly endless.

All accidents have a degree of blame attached to somebody, somewhere down the line. If the fault is not yours, it must somebody elses.

Perhaps the machinery where you work is overdue a maintenance check, and there is serious fault. If you were to be injured because something broke when you tried to use the equipment, then person responsible for maintaining it is at fault. If this person works at your company, then your employer is liable.

When making a personal injury claim against your employer, what happens is that any compensation award is paid for by the insurance company.

Actually making a claim against your employer in Birmingham

This part is pretty simple, and can take mere seconds to get the ball rolling. A simple call, or even a text message if you are feeling the vibe, is all it takes. There are free to call numbers at the top of this, and every, page.

Alternatively, you could complete the online quick claim form, the answers will give us very clear indication of whether or not you have a qualifying claim.

What is a qualifying claim?

This is a claim that checks the required boxes of the conditional fee agreement (or, no win no fee).

In order to qualify for this, you must…

  • Not be the guilty party in your accident
  • Have gone to see a doctor about your injuries
  • Be sure that no more than 3 years have passed between accident and claim

If you can tick all three of those, then give Accident Advice Helpline a call today on: 0800 689 0500

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