Left feeling sorry for yourself and unable to work?
If you, or a member of your family, have been injured following a work related accident and you have been left unable to continue working as a result, then you may be legally entitled to pursue an Anglesey work injury claim with the experts at the established law firm, Accident Advice Helpline.
Work related accidents
Accidents are an unfortunate fact of life and no one is immune from becoming involved in an accident. However, not all accidents are the fault of the people who are injured; sometimes others may be at fault. In situations such as these, the law clearly states that the casualty has the legal right to seek compensation for their personal injuries from the other parties involved.
- as long as the accident or incident occurred through no fault of their own
- as long as an injury was sustained as a direct result of the accident occurring
- as long as medical attention, diagnosis and treatment was sought at the time of the accident
- as long as the accident or incident occurred within the last 3 years
No working environment is immune from an accident occurring. Whilst certain working environments may be perceived as more hazardous than others, an accident can affect any employee at any time, regardless of their working environment.
Your working environment
Typical working environments that may be susceptible to accidents occurring may include:
- warehouses and storage facilities
- production lines
- public sector environments such as schools, hospitals and public places
- office and administration facilities
- engineering plants
- construction and building sites
Working related injuries
Any injury that has been caused as a direct result of a work related accident should be examined by a first aider in the first instance. They will decide if the casualty requires emergency assistance from a Rapid Responder, Emergency Services, or Accident and Emergency Department at the local hospital.
Injuries caused by work related accidents may include:
- bleeding, cuts and lacerations
- burns and scolds
- broken, fractured or dislocated bones
- facial injuries
- spinal injury
- head injury
- neck injury
- internal injury
- loss of limb
- loss of consciousness
- brain injury
- fatal injury
Making your Anglesey work injury claim
If you wish to establish your legal right to make your Anglesey work injury claim, just make one simple call to the telephone helpline offered by the reputable team of advisers at Accident Advice Helpline.
Their friendly team of advisers can notify you over the phone of your legal right to pursue a claim, using the services of their professional team of injury solicitors to act on your behalf on a no-win, no-fee basis.
Call us today on our freephone number 0800 689 0500 or from a mobile, you can reach us on 0333 500 0993. Lines are open daily and our team of advisers are waiting to answer your questions.
Date Published: 15th October 2014