Do you need an accident lawyer in Rushmoor because you’ve been injured in a workplace accident? This happens frequently, in workplaces of every description, across the country – so if you want to call Accident Advice Helpline and enquire about making a claim, why not get on the phone now and speak to an advisor?
About Accident Advice Helpline
We have been helping accident victims to claim compensation since 2000. From the beginning, we have adhered to a strict code of conduct underpinned by integrity, dependability, reliability and accountability – and as a result, we’ve grown.
Today, we’re one of the UK’s largest law firms – and we have the endorsement of Dame Esther Rantzen. When it comes to customer service and how it should be provided, she knows more than perhaps anyone else, so we’re delighted to have her on board.
Contacting an accident lawyer in Rushmoor
We have a 24/7 hotline, so you can begin your claim whenever you like. Here are our contact details:
- Dial 0800 689 0500 from a landline
- Dial 0333 500 0993 from a mobile
- Text “claim365” to 88010 and someone will call you back
If your case is taken on, an accident lawyer in Rushmoor will deal with everything on your behalf – and when you win your case, you will receive a payout.
What to do after an accident in the workplace
If you’ve been injured at work, make sure you do these things:
Get medical help. Whether you need an ambulance to rush you to hospital or you can get down to see your GP the next day, you’ll need to be checked by a doctor, so make sure this happens. Your workplace first aider may be able to help you immediately after the accident has happened.
Tell your manager. Your immediate supervisor needs to know what happened to you. The incident will go into the accident book – an accurate description should be recorded, which you will sign.
Help with the investigation. Your manager will need to look into what happened, so make sure you assist as best you can. They will be aided by your completed accident questionnaire, so make sure you fill this in and provide as much detail as possible.
Keep your own records. Start a diary and note how things are progressing after the accident. Make sure you record any psychological symptoms, such as anxiety, too.
All of this will be of benefit to you if you’re eligible to claim compensation and you decide to proceed with your claim. If so, we look forward to helping you at Accident Advice Helpline.
Date Published: 25th November 2014
Author: David Brown