A bad break
The thing about an accident at work is that people often picture the most extreme cases, like a body part missing. But broken bones count just as much as lost limbs. Obviously people feel that they aren’t as serious because they heal, or do they?
The reality of broken bones when it comes to making an accident at work claim in Broxbourne is that it is so much more than a few days of work and some pain (though that is pretty bad within itself). Broken bones are weak bones, just note all the rugby careers ended before they have even started.
Bad breaks mean making an accident at work claim in Broxbourne
If you have suffered a bad broken bone at work then you should consider making a claim, even if you predict no long term problems. Obviously having long term problems, the compensation may be higher, if say, you can’t play rugby anymore.
It all of course comes down to negligence. Were you put in a dangerous position? Did you trip due to poor building structure? Did something fall on you? All these things, and many more, come down to your employers negligence, and this is something you shouldn’t accept. Why should you have to pay all the costs accidents cause, if it was not your fault?
Accident Advice Helpline does more than any plaster
If you need to make an accident at work claim in Broxbourne, then you should contact us at Accident Advice Helpline. We understand how much trauma an accident that was not your own fault can cause. In addition, we have years of experience in helping people just like you get what the justice and compensation they deserve.
To find out if you can qualify to make a claim then take the super fast 30 second test today, or just call up to speak to one our experienced advisors on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile. It couldn’t be any easier!
Within just minutes you could have your claim underway and know that those bills, the ones that have been making a sad little pile, will soon be taken care of. So put your leg up and relax, we may not be able to get you back onto that rugby field, but we can certainly get you compensation for your loss! That may not be quite as good, but it is a good start to help you get things together.
Date Published: 16th October 2014
Author: David Brown