Welcome to Accident Advice Helpline and our advice on assistance for people injured in an Abergele accident at work. You may be seeking information for yourself or a family member, friend or colleague, but whatever the case, we’ve got all you need to help you out.
Having an accident at work can be a tricky situation, because not only is the victim suffering from injuries and has perhaps been given time off, but they’re probably wondering if they’re entitled to claim for compensation, and if so, how they can do it without upsetting the boss.
Personal injury compensation: Your right to claim
The first thing you need to know is that by law all companies must have adequate insurance cover to protect their employees, so that in the event of an accident there is a policy in place to pay for compensation.
Therefore, there’s no need to worry about causing trouble with management by making a claim. Our patron, TV consumer champion Esther Rantzen, reminds people that if they are injured in an accident, including in the workplace, legally they should be entitled to compensation.
Here at Accident Advice Helpline, we have specialised solicitors who are experts in personal injury compensation. We’re a nationwide law firm helping people all over the country, including in Abergele.
You won’t have to travel to our offices to discuss your case because we can usually deal with it by phone as well as email or post. And you probably won’t even be required to attend any court sessions, should that be necessary.
Abergele accident at work claim: No risk to you
By now you’re probably wondering how much this is all going to cost. The simple answer is there’s no financial risk to you whatsoever, because all our solicitors work under a no-win, no-fee policy.
That means there’s absolutely nothing to pay to get your claim started, and even in the event that it’s not successful you won’t pay us any solicitors’ fees.
Why not see if you’re entitled to make a claim for your Abergele accident at work, and how much you might get, by taking our 30-second test. It’s freely available on our website and you’ll know straight away if you can proceed with your case. Alternatively, call to speak to an advisor on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 25th June 2017
Author: Jan Newell