One of the biggest contributors to the economy of Barnstaple is the retail trade. Although it is not considered a hazardous trade to work within, it is still responsible for a lot of accidents and injuries, particularly in the manual handling area. It you are injured at work in Barnstaple, and you are thinking about making a claim for personal injury compensation, you’re going to need the services of a good injury claim lawyer, and Accident Advice Helpline come highly recommended – by none other than Dame Esther Rantzen, in fact.
Preventing being injured at work in Barnstaple is the employer’s responsibility
No matter what their jobs, everyone has a right to expect to be able to carry out their work duties in a safe environment. It is the responsibility of the employer under the Health and Safety Act to ensure that appropriate provisions and safeguards are put in place. So, if you are injured at work in Barnstaple and you believe your employer to be responsible, you should launch a claim for injury compensation.
In order for your injury to qualify for compensation, you will have to look at the following facts.
- Who was responsible for the accident? It must be someone other than the injury victim.
- When did the accident take place? Under normal circumstances it must have been in the last 3 years.
- How serious was the injury? To qualify for compensation, the injury should have necessitated medical treatment
How can Accident Advice Helpline help when you have been injured at work in Barnstaple?
By taking our 30-second test, you can get a good idea as to whether or not you have a legitimate claim. Taking our test will also enable you to be given an estimate as to how much compensation you might be awarded.
Bearing in mind that we’ve been trading for over 17 years, we’ve accumulated a considerable amount of knowledge and expertise regarding all types of accidents and injuries. The depth of this experience is at your service and can be accessed by chatting to our customer support team.
You can reach our customer support team via the national helpline service we provide. Simply call 0800 689 0500 from any UK-based landline, or 0333 500 0993 from any UK-based mobile. One of our fully trained advisors will be able to answer any questions you might have and can help you to take the 30-second test if you would like a helping hand.
Last but by no means least, there is the fact that all claims processed through Accident Advice Helpline are covered by our no-win, no-fee guarantee. So why not contact us today and start the ball rolling?
Date Published: 10th November 2013
Author: Emma Matthews