Are you living in Flintshire? If so then perhaps you have found yourself in accident that was not your own fault and now you have found yourself considering making an accident claim. Well the Flintshire no-win, no-fee* lawyers team at Accident Advice Helpline will be more than happy to help you with this. Accident Advice Helpline has been in business for over 16 years and during that time we have developed the skills, knowledge and experience needed in order to help those who have been injured in accidents which were not their own fault. We help all accident victims by taking on their accident claims and fighting to get them the justice and cash compensation that they deserve. Please read on to find out more.
Flintshire no-win, no-fee* lawyers
The Flintshire no-win, no-fee* lawyers team is just one the in house teams here at Accident Advice helpline. Over the years the Flintshire no-win, no-fee* lawyers team has dealt with many different customers all of whom had been involved in very different accidents. One particular kind of accident the Flintshire no-win, no-fee* lawyers team are experts in is work place accidents, accidents which happen to employees whilst they are working or are on works premises.
Work place accidents are unfortunately quite common. Thankfully, most accidents result in an extremely mild injury or in no injury at all. However, some accidents are more serious and a proportion has life-threatening or life-changing implications for the victim. You can make an accident claim for any injury that has resulted from an accident in the workplace.
A large portion of accidents that happen in the workplace may be construed in the eyes of the law as the fault of your employer because of:
- Negligence on the part of the employer themselves
- Negligence on the part of another employee for whom the employer is held responsible
- Poorly maintained or otherwise faulty equipment
- Inadequate training, for example in the use of power tools or in correct manual handling
- Negligence in regards to health and safety legislation
All employers must hold public liability insurance to cover any injuries to employees or visitors who may be injured on their premises. It is this insurance which covers claims for compensation in the event of workplace accidents.
If you’ve been injured in the last three years in an accident in the workplace and you believe your employer may be liable, then get in touch with our experts on workplace accidents, the Flintshire team at Accident Advice Helpline. We can give you the help, advice and assistance you need to start your no -win, no-fee* claim. Call us now on 0800 689 0500 (landlines) or 0333 500 0993 (mobiles).
Date Published: 14th September 2014