Finding an accident solicitor on Hayling Island
In the current economic climate many employers are struggling keep afloat and where money is tight, corners are cut. One of the first things to be cut from the annual budget tends to be training, but skimping on health and safety training at work can have serious consequences. If you have been the victim of an accident at work in the Hayling Island area in the last three years and sustained personal injuries because of somebody else’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation.
If you already know this and would like to claim but cannot find an accident solicitor on Hayling Island to represent you contact a national specialist. Call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993 for more information.
Work related accidents
- Industrial disease caused, for example, by exposure to toxic substances or by repetitive work processes that put strain on limbs
- Being asked to lift items that exceed the safe weight limit for an employee to lift
- Using faulty equipment that your employer should have had checked by a professional
- Staff have not been instructed what to do in the case of fire, resulting in smoke inhalation, injuries like burns and lasting respiratory problems or worse, resulting in death
- Trips, slips and falls due to inexpertly installed wiring of cables or water spilled on slippery grounds and no warning signs being erected or loose carpets on stair cases not being fixed properly
There are numerous opportunities for people to fall off scaffolding on a building site or hurt their head or breathe in toxic fumes or lose a limb when operating machinery because they were never instructed in health and safety at work.
Starting the claims procedure is free
You won’t be asked to pay any money upfront as all of the solicitors working under the banner of Accident Advice Helpline provide their services on a no win no fee basis.
How to make a personal injury claim
- Visit Accident Advice Helpline’s website and complete their simple 30-second test to find out if you qualify first;
- Use the online compensation calculator to find out how much your claim might be worth;
- Have all details pertaining to your case ready in a folder: names and addresses of everyone involved in your accident, including any witnesses, dates for doctor’s or hospital appointments, receipts and invoices for any private medical treatment or medication you might have had. Talk your solicitor through the case – most claims are dealt with on the phone.
Your accident solicitor may have to arrange for an additional medical assessment to support your case. Complex cases with more than one negligent party take longer, but many cases are settled within the space of a couple of months and you may not even have to attend court.
Give your claim the best chance of success and use national specialists Accident Advice Helpline not any old solicitor on Hayling Island.
Date Published: 30th May 2013
Author: David Brown