Claim against an employer in Vale of White Horse


Injuries to our elbows are a common occurrence. In most cases they are connected to an injury in the wrist or shoulder. The elbow is the part of your body where the humerus of your upper arm meets the radius and ulna of your forearm making a joint. Your elbow is made up of a bone, ligaments, fluid and cartridge.

It is surrounded by muscle and tissue which help the elbow to move, so if you damage any part of the elbow you could be left with restricted movement and pain. The severity of an injury to the elbow usually depends on the general health and age of the victim.

Ways in which you could damage your elbow at work are: sprains, strains, fractures, inflamed or torn tendon and dislocations. Any of these elbow injuries would be painful for you and affect your everyday activities.

It is very likely that you would be unable to work and you could need to pay for help around the house and taxis as you cannot drive. If this is the case then you should make a claim against an employer in Vale of White Horse to reclaim those losses.

Making an accident at work claim in Vale of White Horse does not need to be costly, stressful or time consuming. Also you should not worry about how your employer will react afterwards as they cannot legally dismiss you or treat you differently for making a claim against them.

If you use a no win, no fee*’ solicitor then you can forget about the financial worry of making a claim as they will not charge you to get the claim started or if they do not win your claim. You will also find that they work quicker than a pay per hour solicitor to get you the best deal possible as until your claim is won they do not get paid.

How to claim against an employer in Vale of White Horse

The experienced law firm called Accident Advice Helpline has a team of advisor waiting to listen to your claim and then if you are eligible put you in touch with a solicitor to process your claim. Our advisors are available to assist you with every step of your claim. The number is a free phone number so it will not cost you anything to make an inquiry and ask any questions you may have. Simply call 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.

There is also website offering you the opportunity to take a 30 second test to see if you have a valid claim and this will also give you an estimated compensation figure. Once you have completed the test an adviser will get in touch with you to see if you wish to proceed, however if you chose not to no one will pressurize you to do so.

Call free on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone for free, no obligation advice about making a claim for compensation.

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