Following an East Renfrewshire accident that was caused by someone else, you might have considered making a claim for personal injury compensation. Accident Advice Helpline has the expertise you need.
Work may seem like a bore, but your feelings towards it may change when you suffer an East Renfrewshire accident that renders you incapable of earning a living. Aside from the pain of your injury, your resulting financial losses and expenses may pose a real problem and you may find yourself in financial difficulty. To ensure you do not lose out as a result of your accident, you should contact Accident Advice Helpline and let one of our solicitors secure you compensation for all your losses and expenses.
Taking steps to prove your claim
To receive compensation, you must work with us to prove that your accident was caused by the carelessness of your employer. For example, if you slipped on a wet floor and broke your leg as a result, you will need to attend a medical examination so that we can prove the severity of your injury and provide evidence of the existence of the slippery floor so that we can prove that your employer was at fault. Even if a colleague caused your injury, you will still be able to make a claim against your employer. This is because your employer is responsible for the actions of your co-workers.
Ultimately, the purpose of your compensation settlement is to return you to the financial position you would have been in had your accident not taken place. This means that as well as providing evidence of your pain and suffering, you will also need to provide evidence of your losses and expenses. You will, therefore, need to supply us with your wage slips, invoices and receipts.
Appointing our East Renfrewshire accident solicitors
If you would like to make a 100% no-win, no-fee compensation claim through us following an East Renfrewshire accident, it is important that you seek our advice without delay. A time limit of three years applies to almost all East Renfrewshire accident claims and if you do not make your claim within this time limit, you will have to obtain special permission from the court in order to bring a claim. More pertinently, the sooner we start investigating your accident, the easier it will be for us to obtain the evidence we require to prove your claim.
To find out whether your claim is worth pursuing, please get in touch with us today. Simply call free from a landline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone (charges may vary) or complete our 30-second test.