Working as a builder in Salford
As long as buildings continue to go up, the job of a builder will always remain important. The work of a builder can be very demanding and at times very challenging as there is a lot of hard work and labour involved. Also, on a building site, accidents can easily happen if things are in the way and hazardous items are left out for someone to slip, trip or fall over.
In cases like this, you may require the assistance of a personal injury lawyer and Accident Advice Helpline to make an accident at work compensation in Salford claim. All you need to do is gather your evidence to support your claim personal injury compensation and contact Accident Advice Helpline. When you get in touch with our team at Accident Advice Helpline, you will be asked a number of questions about your accident at work including when it happened, the injuries sustained and the cause of accident.
Providing evidence to claim accident at work compensation in Salford
You will need to provide a certain amount of evidence to Accident Advice Helpline advisers in order to be able to claim compensation. You must a) be able to prove the accident took place within the last 3 years, b) the accident was due to the negligence of a third party (your employer for example) and c) provide medical records from the injuries sustained by the accident as a builder.
Providing the above evidence and anything else that you can will mean that you could be set to receive a higher amount of compensation that you originally believed. Of course, when you get in touch to discuss your accident at work, you will be told within minutes if you are entitled to claim and if so, how much your pay out is likely to be.
Begin your claim today to receive accident at work compensation in Salford
Call Accident Advice Helpline from a mobile phone on 0333 500 0993 to be put in touch with an adviser. You can also call free on 0800 689 0500 from a land line. All of our advisers are helpful and friendly and have dealt with many accident at work claims in the past – meaning your case will be dealt with carefully and compassionately. At Accident Advice Helpline, we understand it can be daunting file a claim for compensation, particularly when it is against your employer. However, there is no need to worry as you will be guided through the entire process and provided with the best legal advice every step of the way.
Date Published: 21st July 2015
Author: David Brown