Advice on claiming in Windsor and Maidenhead


Sustaining an injury at work and getting advice on claiming in Windsor and Maidenhead

Are you looking for advice on claiming in Windsor and Maidenhead?When in the workplace, you expect to feel safe and expect that every effort has been made to ensure your safety while there. After all, you go about your daily business trying to ensure the safety of others so why shouldn’t the same apply to you? Sometimes, though, accidents happen through no fault of your own and we at Accident Advice Helpline are on hand to help if you feel you are entitled to make a claim. We can give you advice on claiming in Windsor and Maidenhead.

When it comes to the workplace every effort should be made to ensure that accidents don’t happen – or if they do they are minor accidents at best – and if it should be the case that you are unlucky enough to suffer an accident that leaves you unable to work and injured you may be entitled to accident at work compensation.

Head injuries sustained in the workplace can result in accident at work compensation

When an accident does happen, there should be reasonable care and attention paid to you at the time. To this end, if you have sustained a head injury, then your registered first aider should be in a position to administer some first aid to prevent further bleeding or injury while waiting for the emergency services, should that be necessary. A failure to provide proper first aid facilities in the workplace may be enough to entitle you to make a claim for accident at work compensation.

Accidents with heavy or sharp machinery

Depending on the nature of your job you may have to come into contact with large machinery that would cause serious injury if it fell on you or would leave you seriously hurt if you became trapped in its mechanisms. With this in mind, Accident Advice Helpline knows that many people every year are eligible to make claims for accident at work compensation because machinery has not been properly guarded or proper training has not been provided.

To find out about your eligibility to make a claim for accident at work compensation, why not call our team of dedicated and friendly advisers today? You can call on 0800 689 0500 (landline), or 0333 500 0993 (mobile), and a member of our team will take you through the initial assessment process to confirm your eligibility to make a claim for accident at work compensation. You can also text us with the words ‘CLAIM365’ to 88010, and someone will call you back at a time more suited to you. Drop us a line today if you need advice on claiming in Windsor and Maidenhead.

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