Throughout the UK, every employer should protect the welfare and safety of their staff members and ensure that they have a safe environment to carry out their work. If a staff member is injured in an accident at work in Richmondshire because of someone elses negligence, then they are entitled to make an injury claim against their employers, using the lawyers at Accident Advice Helpline, to see if they can receive compensation.
You should not worry about making an injury claim against your boss, just in case you upset them, if you have been injured in an accident at work in Richmondshire, then you deserve to get compensation for your pain and suffering. It should not actually cost your boss any money, as they should be insured for this event.
In fact some bosses want you to make an injury claim against them, because they have been paying their insurance premium for some time and this could be their first claim that they have ever made.
If you find yourself in this situation then after you have finished making a personal injury claim against them, you could then take them to an employment tribunal.
Talk to your employer about your accident at work in Richmondshire
You need to talk to your employer about making an injury claim against them, although they will obviously be aware that you have suffered an injury because of an accident at work in Richmondhsire.Open Claim Calculator
They should appreciate that you are telling them first before they receive the correspondance from us here at Accident Advice Helpline.
Then talk to Accident Advice Helpline
The majority of innocent victims start their claim by completing the questions on our 30-second test or our online claim form.
The response from either of these is a call from an expert claims advisor who will talk through the finer details of your accident and injuries. There will be several questions they need to ask you to make sure you fit the criteria for making a personal injury claim:
- Can you confirm that the accident was not your fault?
- Were you injured in the accident?
- Did you have to seek medical attention for your injuries?
- Did the accident happen within the last three years?
Once they know the rules apply to your situation, they will provide you with up to date and relevant information about your claim, and then will let you decide if you want to continue.
They will not pressurise you, and you will bender no obligation to carry on with a claim, that decision has to be yours.
If your prefer, you can call them direct on our freephone helpline number: 0800 689 0500