Injured in a Barry accident at work and wondering if you might be entitled to make a claim for compensation? Here at Accident Advice Helpline we’ve got exactly what you need.
A claim will depend on the type of injury you received, and how well you’re able to prove what happened to you. Medical reports detailing your injury and any ongoing treatment or therapies will be crucial to your success, as will any witnesses to the accident that happened in your workplace, such as colleagues who may have seen what occurred and are willing to help your case.
Conditions for a Barry accident at work claim
You’ll need to file your compensation claim within three years of your Barry accident at work happening, so the sooner you do it, the better. There are some exemptions to the time limit, however, such as illnesses caused by industrial diseases. Also, the accident must not have been caused by you but someone else, such as your employer failing to provide adequate health and safety measures in the workplace.
Don’t be concerned about causing trouble at work by filing a claim, or think you’ll be taking money out of your boss’ pocket, because the company is bound by law to have adequate insurance to cover the eventuality of accidents happening and compensation being paid out to employees.
No upfront cash to start your claim with AAH
You also don’t have to worry about paying big legal bills to get your Barry accident at work claim started. That’s because here at Accident Advice Helpline, we operate a 100% no-win, no-fee* policy that means not only are there no upfront fees but even in the case that you’re not successful there’s still nothing to pay. It’s a win-win for you, whether you win or lose.
You can find out right now if you qualify to make a claim and how much you might get, by taking our 30-Second Test. It’s right here on this website and it will tell you straight away if you can proceed. If you’d like to talk to us, call our freephone helpline, which is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Speak in confidence and under no obligation to one of our friendly advisors.