Accident Advice Helpline was created in 2000 with one goal in mind: to secure compensation for those who have suffered an injury in an accident in Liverpool, and other places in the UK, that wasn’t their fault. Often this is in the form of a work injury, which would be an injury sustained from an accident at work.
Work accident in Liverpool
A work accident in Liverpool can take place for any number of reasons, but some of the most common ones include:
- Repetitive strain injury
- Slips and trips
- Fractured or broken bones
Accident Advice Helpline is a firm committed to four principles of integrity; accountability, reliability and dependability. What these mean is the consumer can trust us to do our best by them, to be here for advice and to guide them in the right direction, to be held accountable for decisions and actions, and to be here for assistance. In short, we are a company for the people, not a company created to generate huge profits at the expense of the customers. It’s for this reason that we work under a no-win, no-fee* operation, and don’t charge a customer to find out if their case is eligible to seek work accident compensation.
It is for these reasons that consumer rights champion, Dame Esther Rantzen, has put her own reputation on the line by being the patron of Accident Advice Helpline – so no longer are we just another company, but one that everyone immediately knows can be trusted.
Faulty products or negligence, you’re covered
Given that workplaces vary so widely, there are myriad types of accidents that can occur. In the industrial or construction industries in particular faulty products can be the cause of a serious accident in Liverpool. Suppose you’re digging up a street and the pneumatic drill goes out of control, resulting in perhaps a nasty wound to your leg. Had the proper equipment been supplied to begin with, the incident would not have occurred. Given that it wasn’t the operator’s fault, he would be able to file a claim for an accident in Liverpool.
Or perhaps the situation was that a work van wouldn’t stop, despite the driver pushing the brakes. In spite of it being overdue, the boss had refused to check the company vehicles, and so the fault had gone undetected. Had the checks been carried out in time, the road traffic accident in Liverpool would not have happened.
It’s clear to see that accidents can happen in a number of ways, so it’s important to use only the best in time of need. That’s Accident Advice Helpline. Call us today on 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or on 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone, for free, no-obligation advice about making a claim.