Any accident, be it an accident at work or a slip, trip or fall when out and about can leave you with an injury. Car crashes and other type of road accident however often lead to serious injuries, which may leave you unable to work for a long period of time, affecting your ability to earn as well as your ability to go ahead with your everyday routine. Find out where you can get advice after a car accident in South Oxfordshire below.
Getting advice after a car accident in South Oxfordshire
One of the first things that you need to do following an accident is to seek medical treatment. Medical treatment will ensure that your injuries are cared for properly as well as make sure that you have the right aftercare advice. Without medical proof of your injuries, you won’t be able to claim compensation, so make sure that you seek advice from your doctor to get the proof you need to claim compensation.
If it’s looking like you’re going to be off work for a period of time, then you may need some advice on your options from your employer. It’s possible that your employer may pay you sick pay during your period of absence, but if not, you could be offered flexible working in order to carry on with your role at a pace and location that suits you. If your employer offers neither of these and you are left unable to work without pay, your claim for compensation could help you recover any loss of earnings.
Advice on making a claim
For the best help in order to make a claim following an accident, you’ll be in safe hands with Accident Advice Helpline. Letting a top law firm like us take care of the hard work means that you can get expert advice about your claim and sit back whilst we take care of the rest.
Getting in touch
With over 15 years of experience in the industry, Accident Advice Helpline are one of the leading UK law firms specialising in accident compensation. We have developed some excellent process to help victims like you to access simple, straightforward help to get the compensation you deserve.
To get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline, give one of our team a call for free on 0800 689 0500 (0333 500 0993 from mobiles). They will be able to answer any of your questions with no obligation to proceed with your claim unless you wish to do so.
You can also check your eligibility quickly and easily by using our online eligibility checker which will tell you if you are eligible to claim in just a few clicks.
Date Published: 28th September 2015
Author: David Brown