If you have been injured in an accident whilst at work and this accident was not your fault then you could make an Injuries at work claim, and Accident Advice Helpline can help you do this.
There are several things that you should be looking at before making successful injuries at work claim.
Making an injuries at work claim
Gather as much as information about the incident as you can. Try to include:
- Dates of the accident
- Prior information that may be relevant
- Key witnesses that saw the accident or the events leading to the accident
- How you reported the injury
- Details of any conversation you had with the Health and Safety officer
- A copy of your contract or training manual.
Accident Advice Helpline has a twenty four hour telephone helpline. This provides professional legal advice free of charge. Give our Freephone helpline a call to ensure you have no questions that need answering and that you have all the information you need to make your decision about whether to start your injuries at work claim. Our friendly advisers will answer any query you have about the process.
Start that claim soon
The sooner you make the Injuries at work claim, the sooner you can receive your cash compensation pay out. In most circumstances you do have up to 3 years to make a claim but most customers do prefer to claim early as many need the financial compensation due to loss of earnings, increased medical bills or the financial need for medical assistance due to the injury.
Call us on our advice helpline and we can take all the information over the phone and get your compensation claim set up instantly for you. The more information you can give us initially the better, but do not worry if you don’t have it all to hand. Tell us as much as possible about your accident and we can arrange to call you back to get more details for your injury at work claim.
In some cases, there will be a need for a medical assessment. If you are one of our customers who needs to complete this part of the process then please do not be worried r concerned as this is just procedure to check:
- The injury is as described
- To determine the day to day effects of the injury
- Look at the long term problems of the injury
- Determine the need for medical treatment
This will also help the accident solicitor who is dealing with your case decide on the level of compensation needed for your injury due to the problems suffered so far and the type of problems likely to be faced in the future.
So for expert legal advice about a possible claim call Accident Advice Helpline today on: 0800 689 0500 from a landline or: 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.