If you have been a victim of a Castle Point accident at work, you could get a substantial compensation payout. As our patron, TV consumer champion Esther Rantzen, says, if you’ve been injured in an accident through no fault of your own, under the law you should be entitled to compensation.
You can make a compensation claim with the Accident Advice Helpline at no financial risk to you. We specialise in personal injury law and for well over a decade, we’ve been helping people all over the country, including in Castle Point, to get what they’re legally entitled to following an accident in the workplace.
No upfront fee for a Castle Point accident at work claim
We promise we will never charge to take on a case and get a compensation claim started, and that’s also true for Castle Point accident at work claims. Our 100% no-win, no-fee policy means exactly that, and even in the event that you’re not successful, there’s still nothing to pay. Because we work this way, however, we will go the extra mile to try and ensure you win your case and get your compensation.
There’s no need to travel to our offices for meetings about your case when we can handle it by telephone, email and post, thereby relieving a time-consuming and costly burden on you. Additionally, if your case is headed to court, you probably won’t be required to attend, because you’ll be expertly represented by our top personal injury solicitors.
See if you’re eligible to make a claim
There are various conditions for making a personal injury claim, including a three-year filing limit and that the accident must not have been your fault. It’s likely you’ve had medical attention, and we’ll need to see records or reports detailing your injury, so make sure you have them to hand.
You can find out how much money you might get by using our Compensation Calculator on this website. Also known as our 30-Second Test, it will ask some basic questions about your situation and give a guide as to how much you might get for your Castle Point accident at work.
Date Published: 18th September 2014
Author: Jan Newell