Making an injury claim in Airdrie or anywhere in the UK is a big decision. If you are having to think about making an injury claim, you have probably been involved in an accident that was not your fault. We have been fighting injury cases for more than 15 years, so we have an idea of what you will be going through.
Recovering from an accident you didn’t cause is not just a physical process. You may be feeling angry, confused, depressed or anxious. And the thought of going through the legal claims process might be really daunting. But we can help you.
How did your injury occur?
You may have been injured in any number of ways. We deal with a huge variety of accident claims every year. But there are some common themes for the majority of cases. The top three types of claims we see are:
- Road traffic accidents – injuries sustained in a road accident you didn’t cause can be very serious. Even injuries that seem minor at first, such as whiplash, can cause long-lasting effects that restrict your ability to work and enjoy life.
- Slips, trips and falls – we see a huge number of claims that could have been easily avoided that come under the heading of slips, trips and falls. Common examples include a slip on a wet floor in a supermarket when staff had already been notified of the hazard but failed to act, a trip on a kerb that was broken but not mended by the Local Authority or a fall from height in a stairwell where the lighting was defective or insufficient.
- Workplace accidents – the third most common type of accident claim that we fight covers accidents at work. This is, in some ways, the most distressing of the common accidents. After all, your accident was probably caused by someone you know very well and see every day. You should be able to trust your employer to keep you safe. But if something has gone wrong, we are here to help you.
Can you make an injury claim in Airdrie against your last employer?
Some people leave their workplace because of a serious accident or incident which has caused them injury. If you are one of these people, the money from an injury claim in Airdrie might help you to have the funds you need to make a fresh start. Making an injury claim in Airdrie isn’t the easiest process, though, and you do need to find out more before you can make this decision.
Call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile to find out what you can about making an injury claim in Airdrie, so that you can make an informed decision as to whether you wish to make an injury claim in Airdrie or not.