Experiencing an accident at work
Each year thousands of claims are made from victims who have experienced an accident, which wasn’t their fault, in their place of work. Read on if you have been injured at work in Kirkbymoorside. We may be able to help you.
Claim if it wasn’t your fault
After being injured at work in Kirkbymoorside, you may be able to make a claim for compensation.
Experiencing an accident at work can be distressing, especially when it’s not your fault. You may be suffering from a physical injury, but it’s often the case that you may experience a certain level of emotional and mental upset due to the repercussions of experiencing the accident. It can also be distressing to be forced to take sick leave if your injury is that bad.
Injured at work in Kirkbymoorside
By getting in touch now, we can start the process of your claim for compensation. This could mean that you may receive your payout sooner.
Working with machinery, tools and vehicles are only some of the ways that you may have been involved in an accident at work. If you have, don’t worry. Get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline and our injury lawyers in Kirbymoorside will use their expertise to ensure that you are paid the maximum possible compensation for your accident at work.
Accidents aren’t always your fault
Accidents can be caused by someone else. This can leave you feeling vulnerable, emotional and even angry. If this sounds like something that you have experienced in the past three years, get in touch with injury lawyers in Kirbymoorside by calling Accident Advice Helpline.
Start your claim
Accident Advice Helpline work hard to provide you with a 100% professional service. The claiming process with our team of experienced and compassionate injury lawyers in Kirbymoorside can be started by phoning from a land line on 0800 689 0500. Instead, if you wish to call from a mobile, the number to call is 0333 500 0993.
If you would like a professional member of the customer service team to call you back simply text ‘CLAIM365’ to 88010.
Date Published: 20th November 2013
Author: David Brown