Have you had a farming accident in Oxfordshire?
If you have had a farming accident in Oxfordshire then Accident Advice Helpline may be able to help you make a claim for compensation.
Our in house solicitors and personal injury experts can help you make a claim if:
- You have been injured in an accident
- The accident was not your fault
- The accident occurred within the last three years
All of these points are vitally important so we will look at them in more detail.
When it comes to having a farming accident in Oxfordshire our solicitors can help you make a claim for compensation if you have had some kind of injury.
When most people think of an injury they think of a horrific injury, such as an amputation or broken bone. Of course our solicitors can help with compensation claims involving such injuries; however, it is important to note that your injury does not have to be gruesome or horrific for you to qualify to make a claim for compensation.
Our solicitors have helped numerous people who have had an accident in Oxfordshire claim compensation for their injuries. Such injuries include whiplash as a result of road traffic collisions, sprained ankles as a result of slips, trips or falls and food poisoning either at work or on holiday. We can also help if you have been diagnosed with an industrial disease, are suffering from work related stress.
Injury can mean a wide number of things to different people, so please contact us today for free advice on whether or not you might be eligible to make a claim following your accident or incident.
Not your fault
If your farming accident in Oxfordshire was not your fault then there is a very good chance that you will be able to claim for compensation. Our solicitors will need to speak to you about your claim and help determine who is responsible for what happened. For example, in the case of an accident at work it may be that your employer did not provide you with the proper training to be able to perform a specific task safely. If this caused an accident which in turn meant you were injured, then your employer is likely to be found to be responsible. Our solicitors will then be able to make a claim against them, and they will be found liable.
It is important that you initiate a claim for compensation within three years of the date of your farming accident in Oxfordshire. This is a legal requirement, and if it is not done, then there is a chance you will be too late to make a claim.
Exceptions do exist, specifically in the case of minors or industrial disease, so please contact Accident Advice Helpline directly for more advice.
Could you claim?
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Date Published: 19th May 2014
Author: David Brown