Looking for an Accident and Injury Helpline in the UK?
Using your favourite search engine to conduct research for an accident and injury helpline in the UK? You are, at the least, in the right ballpark with Accident Advice Helpline – a national company is much more likely to be able to help you with your claim.
Accident Advice Helpline is here
Some more good news is that you have landed at the website for Accident Advice Helpline; A national personal injuries compensation specialist, with over 12 years experience in the industry and their own in house team of legal experts (solicitors, to you and me).
Accident Advice Helpline’s Services
If you’re thinking of making an accident claim you’re in safe hands with the number one accident and injury helpline in the UK. We have helped tens of thousands of people across the UK make compensation claims for injuries sustained as a result of someone else’s negligence – compensation they deserved.
Accidents can happen at any time – the most common types of accident being accidents at work, road traffic accidents and slips, trips and falls. No matter what type of accident you have been involved in, we’re on your side.
The amount of compensation awarded in an accident claim is based on several factors, for a quick estimation you can use our 30 second test. Or give us a call on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.
Why make a Personal Injury Claim?
Accident victims regularly need time off work to recover from their injury, which can lead to lost income and other financial problems. In fact, financial pressures mean many people return to work too early, often making their injury worse. It is important that these people are awarded the compensation they deserve – to give them the time needed to make a full recovery.
Claims for Work Accidents
Whatever the type of workplace, be it a warehouse, a construction site, or an office, employers are required by law to take steps to keep employees safe. If an employee is injured as a result of the employer ignoring this duty of care, they are entitled to claim compensation.
A work accident claim can be daunting for some people, because they involve claiming against an employer. However, this should not deter the victim from seeking the justice they deserve, particularly if doing so is going to improve future safety conditions in their workplace. There should never be fear of facing an employer in court either, in fact it is not very often that this is required.
It is illegal for an employee to be dismissed for making a claim and compensation paid will usually be done so by the employers’ insurance company and not the individuals themselves.
How our National Accident Helpline can Support you
We have our own in house team that are ready to take your case, in house means lower response times and a more coherent approach to dealing with your claim.
Date Published: 21st July 2013
Author: David Brown