Depending on what you’re doing in Braintree, you’ll often need to take some action in order to reduce the chances of a head injury affecting you. For instance, if you find that you’re working on a construction site, then head injuries need to be something that you’re protecting yourself from.
Protecting yourself from a head injury
If you want to protect yourself from a head injury, there are few steps that you can take. The first is to ensure that you’re wearing a hard hat at all times. You should be provided with a hard hat by your employer. Possessing a hard hat, of course, is not enough – as you need to make sure that you’re wearing it all the time, whilst on a construction site.
The second step you can take, is to ensure that you know where the risk areas are on the construction site. If you know where head injuries are more likely to occur, you may want to practice a little bit more caution, so that you do not accidentally sustain some form of injury.
Nevertheless, it may be the case that you happen to sustain a head injury because of reasons that had nothing to do with you. Should that be the case, then you may be on the lookout for a professional law firm that can help provide compensation for head injuries in Braintree.
How to claim compensation for head injuries in Braintree
Thankfully, Accident Advice Helpline can assist those who want to claim compensation for head injuries in Braintree. If you give us a call on our helpline number (0800 689 0500 and 0333 500 0993 from your mobile), you’ll be able to speak to a member of our team, who’ll be able to tell you about the claims process.
How Accident Advice Helpline can help you
We won’t force you into claiming compensation for head injuries in Braintree, as the decision to make a claim will always be left down to you. If you want to, you can even ask for us to call you back at a later date, where we can discuss things further. This will help you to have some time to think about the claims process.
When making a claim, it is important that you are claiming for an accident that took place in the past three years. If you leave it any longer than this, then your ability to make a claim might be reduced, and you may not get the compensation you’re seeking.
Reach out to us now and let us help you make a claim for personal injury compensation.
Date Published: 21st September 2015
Author: David Brown