Making a claim for compensation after an accident at work in Tamworth isn’t just a case of saying that you had an accident and it wasn’t your fault. In order to have a successful claim for compensation you need to have evidence which can prove that your version of events of true.
Collecting evidence for a compensation claim
By gathering a collection of evidence in collaboration with your chosen legal representatives you give your accident at work in Tamworth compensation claim a strong start. Having evidence to prove what you say is true makes it more difficult for the opposition to argue so the more you have the better.
Beneficial evidence to have in your compensation claim is photographs. Pictures speak louder than words so having a collection of photographs can add much needed support to your case file. Having pictures of the hazard which caused the accident, any damages or injuries received plus any snapshots of other influential pieces which contributed to the accident will make it very difficult for the opposition to fight back.
Other evidence which is often used is the use of eye witness statements. At the time of the accident at work in Tamworth it is worth gathering the contact details of any witnesses so your lawyer or solicitor can retrieve statements later on.
Making an accident at work in Tamworth claim
When you believe you have gathered sufficient evidence for your accident at work in Tamworth compensation claim you can then pass that information on to your chosen legal aid. In addition to what you have already collected your legal help can also pitch in by obtaining other pieces of evidence which you may not have access to.
An example of extra evidence could be CCTV footage from your place of work or a collection of files and paperwork. With all this evidence at hand your case stands a strong position of winning.
If you are making a claim after being in an accident at work you will need to obtain some evidence in order to prove what you claim. If you are unsure of what to do or who to approach with issues regarding evidence and collecting it you can call us.
Accident Advice Helpline can offer you the support you need and get you on the right track. Call us today free on 0800 689 0500 now.
Date Published: 16th May 2014
Author: David Brown