In order to make an accident at work in Torridge claim you need to be able to prove that your version of events is correct. Purely saying it wasn’t your fault won’t be enough to prove what really happened on the day of the accident.
Through the efforts of yourself and your legal representative you can gather evidence which will prove that you were not responsible for the accident you were involved in.
Evidence that you can collect
To start building you case for your accident at work in Torridge compensation claim you can collect details of any eye witnesses who saw the accident. By having their contact details you can pass these on to your chosen solicitor or lawyer who will then use the details to collect eye witness statements.
Photographs are also very popular when providing evidence for a compensation claim. Being able to have details in print makes it very difficult for the opposition to argue certain facts. Photographs taken on a camera or on a mobile phone are acceptable.
Some of the best photographs you can have are pictures of the hazard which caused the accident, any fresh injuries from the accident and any other element which contributed to the accident.
An accident at work in Torridge and other available evidence
As well as the evidence you are able to provide for your compensation claim your chosen legal representative will also be able to pitch in. With the resources at their disposal they are able to gain access to other means of evidence which could be useful.
The use of CCTV is highly recommended if it is available. Working on the same principles as photographs defendants can find it hard to fight anything that is in front of them. Pictures are loud but videos speak louder.
Your legal help is also able to get hold of documents or reports from the emergency services if they attended the accident. All of these forms of evidence can benefit your accident at work in Torridge compensation claim.
If you are making a claim after being in an accident at work you could be entitled to some compensation money. Accident Advice Helpline can help you to make a start in your claim and guide you to the right course of action. Our advisers are waiting for your call so contact 0800 689 0500 free today.
Date Published: 18th May 2014
Author: David Brown