Who we are
Accident Advice Helpline are a Claims Management company, specialising in Personal Injury Compensation, with an expertise in Industrial Injury at Work Claims. Set up in 2000, we have been operating for over 15 years and now have the UK’s largest injury solicitor network, working closely with many legal partners, ensuring that you get the right legal partner tailored to suit your specific needs. All of our injury at work solicitors work on a 100% no win – no fee basis so you won’t need to pay a penny up front.
Industrial injury at Work Claims
Every year, thousands of people become the victim of an industrial injury at work, which was either the fault of a fellow employee, or an employer. By law, every UK employer has to take out Indemnity Insurance, so they are fully covered if an employee suffers an injury at work. There is no worry on the head of the claimant or the employer, as any compensation is paid directly by the insurance company.
Types of injury at work that you could make a claim for compensation for include Repetitive Strain Injury, Construction Accidents, Industrial Injury, Health and Safety Claims and Vibration White Finger Injury, but if you have suffered any type of injury at work which wasn’t your fault, why not try our quick 30 second online assessment to give you a good idea of how much compensation you could be entitled to. Alternatively, you can give Accident Advice Helpline a call, free of charge, 24 hours a day, where our team of friendly and professional advisers will be happy to give you simple, free, no-obligation advice or information regarding your compensation claim.
Tips for Injury at Work Claims
- If you have suffered an injury at work, please seek medical assistance as soon as possible. Even if you don’t think your injuries are that serious, there may be an underlying problem, so it’s always best to be on the safe side.
- An injury at work claim needs to be made within 3 years of the injury occurring, (which can be extended in the cases of industrial disease or if the injury happened to a minor) but it is in your best interest to make a claim as soon as possible. The sooner you claim, the sooner you will receive your compensation.
- Try to collect as much information about the injury you received as possible, including witness details or statements, medical assessment notes and keep any receipts for medical expenses. This will all go towards helping prove that it wasn’t your fault.
- Even if you are unsure if the injury was your fault or not, you have nothing to lose by finding out if you have a valid claim.
- After making your injury at work claim, you may need to attend one more medical assessment, but in most cases you will not have to attend a court hearing.
- Accident Advice Helpline are championed by top TV personality Ester Rantzen, proving we are a name you can trust to do our best for you.