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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

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    Accident Injury Claim in Hitchin


    Workplaces should be completely safe for those who have to go there every day, but in some cases, accidents happen that leave people injured. While no one ever believes that this will happen to them, if it does, they need to be aware that they do have options and they are not alone. If they need to, a simple call can be placed to the experts who will help them make an accident injury claim in Hitchin.

    If you were reading the paragraph above and recognised the case of being injured in the workplace, you may be able to make an accident injury claim in Hitchin. Of course, you will need the experts on your side to help you. Luckily, this is easily done with one quick free call to 0800 689 0500. Who are these experts? They are Accident Advice Helpline and with their skilled professionals, years of experience and recommendations from Esther Rantzen, they know just how to help people like you.

    Workplace accident injury claim in Hitchin

    So what would cause you to make a claim if you were injured in the workplace? Well, if some of the below scenarios sound familiar, you may have a claim.

    • You fall off your office chair – a fall off an office chair may seem really funny at the time, but it can cause serious back and neck problems. The impact of hitting the floor in fact, can cause a serious injury to the spine and can lead to chronic pain or paralysis. If this has happened to you, either because your equipment was faulty or for some other reason, you should lay an injury claim in Hitchin.
    • You slip on equipment left lying around – people are creatures that tend to be lazy and that means at some point or another, equipment will be left lying around. If you slip, trip or fall over the equipment, the fault does not lie with you. If it is not your fault, you may have a claim.
    • Repetitive strain injuries – ergonomics have become such a hot topic in workplaces where people have to perform the same action over and over again. If you have to use a computer, the simple act of clicking a mouse button time and time again may lead to tendinitis and in this case, you may have the grounds for an accident injury claim in Hitchin.

    While there are many more types of injuries that can occur in the workplace, you never need to worry about whether or not you can claim. A quick visit to Accident Advice Helpline’s website and completion of the 30-second test will tell you whether your claim can be validated and with that peace of mind, you’ll never have to worry about what happens when things go wrong again.

    Date Published: 28th October 2013

    Author: David Brown

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