When deciding on what law firm to represent you in a personal injury claim, there are two things you need to know: How experienced are they in this specialised area of the law, and how much do I have to pay? If you’re considering these questions for a Chichester accident at work, here at Accident Advice Helpline, we’re pleased to tell you that we specialise in personal injury law, and we don’t charge a thing to get a claim started.
In fact, you can start a personal injury claim today with us at no financial risk to you whatsoever. That’s thanks to our 100% no-win, no-fee policy. It applies to all our cases, including yours. As our patron, TV consumer champion Esther Rantzen, reminds people, when we say “no-win, no-fee”, that’s exactly what we mean.
Will my Chichester accident at work claim imperil my job?
People are injured in workplace accidents all the time, but not everyone makes a claim. It may be that they’re worried about upsetting the boss, about taking money from the company. We’re here to tell you that there’s no need to be concerned, because every company in the UK is required under the law to have sufficient insurance to cover people being injured on the premises and claiming compensation. So it will be the insurance company paying out, not your company.
It’s likely you’ll have had medical attention for your injury, and we’ll need to have a look at your records or medical reports. In addition, you will need to show that the injury was not your fault, and if there’s anyone at work who saw what happened and is willing to make a statement, that will be beneficial to your Chichester accident at work claim.
AAH: We’re available all the time
If you’d like to speak to us about your Chichester accident at work, you can all our freephone helpline at any time as it’s open 24/7. Our professional and friendly advisors are available to answer all your queries, in total confidence and at no obligation for you to proceed.
You can use our 30-Second Test to find out if you’re eligible to claim compensation. It’s on this website and will also give you a guide as to how much compensation you might get.
Date Published: 23rd September 2014
Author: Jan Newell