If you’ve been injured in a Barnet accident at work in the last three years, you may be entitled to make a compensation claim. Here at Accident Advice Helpline, our specialised personal injury solicitors work hard to ensure our clients get the most compensation possible.
Most personal injury compensation cases have a time limit of three years, but there are some exceptions possible, such as in situations where people have become ill from industrial diseases. Whatever your case, it’s best for you to file a compensation claim as soon as possible.
Can I afford a Barnet accident at work claim?
We take on all our cases based on their merit, those that are most likely to succeed and result in a compensation award. That’s why we don’t charge our clients anything to get their claims started. We operate entirely on a no-win, no-fee basis, so if you don’t win, there’s absolutely nothing to pay.
You can be sure, however, because we work this way, that we will do our utmost to ensure success for you. Unlike at other law firms that charge big upfront fees and then may not give their clients the attention they require, our solicitors are always working in our clients’ best interests.
We can deal with most cases by telephone, email or post, so there’s no need to give up your time travelling to our offices for meetings. Additionally, in the event that there are court hearings, it’s likely you won’t have to attend, freeing you of further stress.
Find out if you’re eligible to claim
Before proceeding, we’ll need to know if you’re eligible to claim for compensation for a Barnet accident at work. We’ll need to know when the accident happened, whether it was caused by you or someone else, if you received medical treatment and where on your body your injury is.
You can answer all of these questions simply and easily by taking the 30-second test on our website. If you qualify to make a claim, it will also tell you roughly how much you might get in a payout. Take it now and see for yourself, and then call us on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re on your mobile.
Date Published: 18th September 2014
Author: Jan Newell