Need some assistance with your claim?
If you have been unlucky enough to have been involved in an accident at work and been hurt or injured due to no fault of your own you may qualify for accident at work compensation in Cambridge. Did you know that under UK law victim’s who have been hurt or injured during an accident that wasn’t their fault are eligible to seek recompense by way of making a personal injury claim if certain criteria apply.
- Was the accident caused by the negligence of another person?
- Did the incident cause physical harm or injuries?
- Did you require immediate or subsequent medical attention?
- Did the accident happen during the last three years?
If you answered yes to all of the above questions then it is entirely plausible that you are entitled to lawfully seek accident at work compensation in Cambridge. The best way to check for certain that you are eligible to make an injury claim is to take Accident Advice Helpline’s 30-second test.
Once you have completed the 30-second test you will find out in a matter of moment if you are eligible to make a claim and how much compensation you could be awarded if your injury claim is successful. So go on – take the test now – it’s just a series of simple questions, so you’ll be finished in next to no time.
How can I achieve the highest levels of accident at work compensation in Cambridge?
Qualified Legal Representation
Select reliable and reputable injury lawyers to work on your injury claim. Their expertise and legal know-how can often ensure that the victim will receive the highest bands compensation due for their levels of injuries or damage.
Provide your injury lawyer with as much hard evidence as possible. Your accident will have been documented in the work accident book and you will also have medical evidence to support your claim.
Medical records from A&E, your GP and any additional supporting medical staff such as physiotherapists, osteopaths, acupuncturists, or councillors will all be taken into account by the presiding medical expert on your case.
Witness statements and photographical evidence could prove useful depending on your case and in the event of any discrepancies could prove invaluable. Retain any wage slips or employment documentation detailing pay rises as these could demonstrate the direction in which your career path was taking you and be used to ring fence a petition for loss of earnings.
If you have had to make any purchases for specific items or equipment following your no-fault accident you may be eligible to recoup your costs. Just make sure you retain the receipt. The same goes for any additional costs or expenditure on personal care or around the house help and assistance. Similarly, keep the receipts for you sundry expenses: travel to/from medial appointments or pain relief costs. It’s surprising how quickly these can accumulate.
Finally, it’s vitally important that you get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline as soon as possible when you want accident at work compensation in Cambridge. According to UK law all injury claims need to be made within a three year time frame.
So don’t delay and miss out on your rightful entitlement – call Accident Advice Helpline today: 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.