Every year, thousands of people fall victim to an accident at work that was not their fault. Fortunately, employers are covered against such eventualities by employer’s liability insurance, which they are required by law to have. Any compensation you claim as a result of an injury is covered by this insurance and is not paid by the employer.
Common work-related injuries include back and neck strains, head injuries, repetitive strain injury and injuries sustained as a result of insufficient training or the use of faulty products.
If you’ve suffered a work-related injury in the last three years, why not try our easy-to-use online assessment? It takes just 30 seconds and can give you a good idea of both the legitimacy of your case and how much compensation you may be entitled to, although it’s worth noting that any estimate the test may provide is just that and cannot be guaranteed.
Don’t worry about the cost of personal injury solicitors in the City of London
If you’ve suffered an accident at work and are considering making an injury claim, it’s a good idea to seek medical advice as soon as possible; you must have received some sort of medical attention in order to be eligible for compensation. No matter how minor the injury, it’s worth getting it looked at – for your own peace of mind, as well as to provide evidence for your case.
Any out-of-pocket expenses incurred as a result of the accident should be recorded and accounted for; costs for childcare, loss of earnings, medical expenses and travel can all be claimed back as part of your compensation amount. And the best part is this – with Accident Advice Helpline, you needn’t worry about the cost of personal injury solicitors in the City of London. We work on a no-win, no-fee basis.
Give Accident Advice Helpline a call, free of charge; our team of friendly and professional advisors will be happy to give you any further no-obligation advice or information regarding your compensation claim.The helpline is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.
Date Published: 22nd August 2015
Author: David Brown