Have you been injured in an accident at work?
Perhaps you work in a factory and you cut yourself on a machine or you tripped over a wire in an office? Whatever the case if you have had an accident at work in Treharris, Accident Advice Helpline’s expert advisors can help. Our expert advisors have helped hundreds of people just like you to come to terms with their accident and get informed about their rights to make a claim for financial compensation.
The service we provide has proved invaluable for our claimants in Treharris. We’ve helped people to recover their lost overtime and out of pocket expenses and to get personal injury compensation to help them recover as soon as possible without any financial burden.
Have you had an accident at work in Treharris?
Treharris is located in the Taff Bargoed Valley, South Wales. The town has deep roots in the coal mining industry with excavations as early as 1872. Like many towns across Wales, Treharris is now an ex-mining town, and today the local economy is largely supported by tourism and retail as well as agriculture. And agriculture is where most accidents occur.
Accidents at work in Treharris are not uncommon. The town has a population of roughly 6,500 and the town includes the villages of Quakers Yard and Edwardsville. If you have had an accident at work in Treharris, there’s a good chance that it was a slip, trip or fall. Most accidents in the workplace are of this type. Plant machinery accidents are also not uncommon and these are the most common causes of severe and life changing injuries.
Accidents involving forklift trucks and fleet vehicles are also known to happen. Outside of private property, though, such accidents are usually classed as road traffic accidents. If you have been injured in an accident involving such equipment, we recommend getting expert advice so that you know where you stand with regards to making a claim.
Deadline for making a claim
If you have been injured in an accident at work in Treharris, then you have 3 years to make a claim from your date of limitation, which is the date that your injury become clear. This limit can only be extended to those who have been treated under the Mental Health Act 1983.
So if your accident happened almost 3 years ago, then time is of the essence.
Get started today
Whether you are sure that you want to make a claim or you need a little more guidance before you make a decision, give us a call today. Our helpline is open 24/7. To speak with our expert advisors call 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile dial 0333 500 0993. They will be glad to help you to make the right decision moving forward.
Date Published: 24th May 2014
Author: David Brown