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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Compensation claim in Tong

    A compensation claim in Tong can be filed only by someone who has sustained an injury through absolutely no personal fault. The first thing you need to figure out, when considering whether to make a personal injury claim, is whether you indeed qualify for it or not. This is a simple thing to do as long as you know the most basic things on how personal injury claims work.

    As we said, the most important thing is that someone else was to blame for your injury. It is less important, in this first phase, whether this “someone” was a person, a public institution or a company.

    • In the case of a road traffic accident, for example, it can be a person. Another driver that made a mistake in traffic and collided with your car, resulting in you getting injured.
    • An accident at work, however, might be the fault of the employer. If this is the case, if, for example, they failed to provide a worker with training for the use of heavy machinery and this resulted in the employee being injured, they could and should file a personal injury claim against their employer. Such an accident can result in them being incapable to work for a while. The wages they lose during this period of time can be reimbursed through the compensation claim in Tong, which reduces the impact of the accident on their lives.
    • When it comes to slips, trips and falls, they are usually public liability incidents. If an old lady has tripped on the pavement and broken a hip, she can file a personal injury claim against the local council, as long as she can prove that the pavements were not adequately maintained, thus being an injury hazard.

    The documentation of your compensation claim in Tong

    With all of these cases, it is very important that the claimant prove who the blame for the accident really belonged to. They need to provide enough written evidence for this to be clear, or they lose any right to their compensation.

    Actually, as soon as you contact a legal advisor with your case, they will quickly assess the data you provide them and tell you what your chances are for a successful claim.

    You can trust in their honesty especially if they work on a “no win, no pay” system, which means that they have absolutely no reason to take on your case if they think it has no chance of winning. Since they only charge legal fees on successful cases, you can count on the fact that they will do their best to win.

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    If you want to know as soon as possible whether your injury qualifies you for a personal injury claim, you can either try our 30 Second Calculator or call us, for free, at 0800 689 0500 or at 0333 500 0993.

    Date Published: 27th August 2013

    Author: laura.balut

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