If you have been injured and it wasn’t your fault, you will want to learn more about making a successful Hawarden accident at work claim. We can provide you with the help and advice you need and make sure that our team of professional solicitors secure the compensation you deserve.
Call Accident Advice Helpline today to find out more about making successful Hawarden accident claims for a whole host of accident types such as those listed below:
- Road traffic accidents
- Slips, trips and falls
- Industrial illnesses and diseases
- Food poisoning
- Holiday accidents
- Animal attacks
- Fatal accidents
There are many more accidents than these few suggestions, and at Accident Advice Helpline we deal with them all, as long as they fit the rules for making a claim.
Making a successful Hawarden accident at work claim
All personal injury claims have to sit the same set of rules, apart from a few exceptions where the time limits can alter, but generally to comply:
- The accident must have been the fault of someone else
- You must have sustained injuries in the accident
- Your injuries must have required medical attention
- The accident must have happened within the last three years
The amount you could be awarded for your Hawarden accident at work claim
This is usually one of the first things a victim wants to know, and it is why many of them start their claim by completing the 30-second test on our website. After answering just four questions, it lets you know if you qualify for compensation, and then gives you an estimate of how much it could be.
This can only ever be an estimate at the start of your claim, because there are too many factors that can affect the final settlement figure. The same injury can impact on the life of two victims in totally different ways, and this is just one of the things that needs to be considered when a claim is being made.
Accidents usually create many unexpected expenses as well, and these are reclaimable with a successful claim, as long as you have proof of them. The same applies to any loss of earning, and if you do not have wage slips to prove your reduced income, your employer will be asked o confirm the reduction.
The evidence you will need to make your claim
If the guilty party admits they were to blame for your accident, no problem, but if they decide to argue over it, you will need as much evidence as possible to support you claim. This could be such things as statements from witnesses, photos of the accident scene, and if any official bodies such as the police or HSE were involved they will compile an accident report.
Call us today on our freephone number which is 0800 689 0500 or from a mobile you can reach us on 0333 500 0993. Lines are open daily and our team is on hand to provide you with the help and guidance you need to make a successful compensation claim.