The process of starting a Caldicot accident at work claim is the same as with any other personal injury claim, we need to know you fit the rules for making a claim.
- Have you been involved in an accident that was not your fault?
- Did you sustain injuries in the accident?
- Did your injuries need medical attention?
- Has the accident happened within the last three years?
If these rules apply to you, Accident Advice Helpline can help with your Caldicot accident at work claim for compensation.
The accidents that could be the reason for a Caldicot accident at work claim
Accidents at work are among the most common of all personal injury claims. There are two main types, the one off accidents and the longer-term industrial illnesses and conditions that can happen. Your employer has a legal duty to safeguard you from all of them while you are at work, but accidents happen and it could be:
- Slipping on a spillage that should have been cleared up
- Tripping over an obstruction that should have been moved
- Falling from height
- Heavy lifting with correct training
- A fork lift truck or other vehicle knocking you over
- Exposure to dangerous chemicals
These are a drop in the ocean of the number of accidents that take place in work environments every day.
The injuries that could be the reason for a Caldicot accident at work claim
There is no end to the list of injuries you could sustain in an accident that was not your fault, and this includes:Open Claim Calculator
- Burns and scalds
- Loss of limbs or digits
- Back and spine injuries
- Head and brain injuries
- Soft tissue injuries
- Internal injuries
- Facial injuries
- Fatal injuries
Injuries can have huge affects on victim’s lives, and this will need accounting for when Accident Advice Helpline assist with your personal injury claim.
The next step
Now we know how the accident happened, what your injuries are and that the rules apply to you, so we can move forward with your claim. Accidents usually cause extra expenses, which can be recouped if you claim is successful, but you will need receipts to substantiate the payments you have made.
If you have any evidence regarding the accident, that is always useful. Such things as witness details or photos of the accident scene can all be of help.
Now we need to start you claim, and the sooner the better, as the earlier claims are made, the more successful they appear to be.
Making your personal injury claim
Accident Advice Helpline have been helping the innocent victims of all types of accidents since June 2000, and we have made sure that many thousands of claimants had received the compensation they deserved.
Call our helpline number, 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone, to find out more about our no-win, no-fee* services, and how we can help you with your personal injury compensation claim.