Do you need to make an accident at work claim in Wyre? Our bodies are made up of so many different parts that we use constantly on a daily basis without even realizing it. We breathe, talk, think, walk, stand still, pick things up, write with our hands, see with our eyes and the list just goes on and on. It is not until one part of our body is injured and stops working whether it is for a short period of time or a permanent loss do we suddenly realize just how much we take our bodies complex make up for granted.
Need to make an accident at work claim in Wyre?
Any part of our body could be damaged in an accident whilst we are at work and the cause of the accident may well be our employers fault or negligence. If this happen we would be legally entitled to make an accident at work claim in Wyre.
Our body’s structure is made of a skeleton with 206 bones any of which could be fractured at any time. This skeleton covered with 600 muscles and 100 trillion cells again all of which can be damaged in an accident. Plus very importantly we have 22 internal organs and many systems that are working constantly to keep us alive and healthy.
If any of these parts or systems are injured it can have an dramatic impact on our lives. The little things we take for granted may become impossible. A very independent person could have to rely on other people for simple everyday tasks.
The impact of an accident at work which leaves you with injuries needing medical treatment can also leave a person suffering from emotional trauma, anxiety and financial stress due to loss of earning and added expenses. That is another reason why you should make an accident at work claim to try and get back some of your incurred losses due to your injury.
Use Accident Advice Helpline to make an accident at work claim
When you contact Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 (or 0333 500 0993 if you’re on your mobile) about making a personal injury claim for an accident at work you will be asked a few questions to check that you have a valid claim. These will include when the accident happened, what injuries you sustained and how the accident happened. If you are eligible to make a claim then our experienced advisors will talk you through the claim process and then you can decide whether or not you wish to proceed with your personal injury claim if we think you’re eligible.
If you prefer in the first instance to see if you fit the criteria you can use Accident Advice Helpline’s website and take the 30-second test online. Our advisors will then call you to talk through the claim process. By using the website you will be under no obligation to proceed with a claim.
Date Published: 5th September 2014
Author: David Brown