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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Injury claim in Harvington

    One thing that many people do not realise about being injured at work is that if the accident they had was not their fault, their employer may be liable to compensate them. When you make an injury claim in Harvington to be recompensed for an injury you got from a work-related incident, your employer should be able to use their employer liability insurance to cover it.

    These days, it is part of the legislations of the country that an employer has insurance and this is exactly for accidents such as those described below. Whether you are hurt very badly on your work site, or you have a simple fall that is not serious you can still claim. How do you do it? With the company that Esther Rantzen recommends of course, Accident Advice Helpline, which you can call today on 0800 689 0500 for free.

    Injury claim Harvington in the workplace

    There are a variety of injuries you could sustain at work depending on where you work and these include:

    • Broken bones – these may occur from a slip, trip or fall or may be caused by another person. For someone who works on a construction site, these types of injuries may be high risk without the proper equipment, in which case, they certainly have an injury claim in Harvington.
    • Grazes and cuts – though not a very serious injury, these types of wounds can lead to infection and they may be caused by just about anything on a work site. For example, someone in an office may catch their arm on the top of a cubicle that is badly laid out and cut themselves. In this case, the experts recommend making an injury claim in Harvington.
    • Head injury – in an incident where the spacing of a work site is not very good, head injuries can occur. For example, a doorway that is too low may cause someone to bash their heads and may even cause concussion and other serious problems. If this happens, you may need to go to the hospital, which means you should be recompensed for the time you cannot work.

    If any of these types of accidents have occurred at your workplace in the last three years and you were injured, either seriously or mildly, you may have a claim and should definitely take the 30 second test to find out if your claim is valid.

    You can even speak to a consultant who will talk through what happened with you and give you the best advice on how to proceed. A workplace accident that is not your fault should not impact negatively on you for the rest of your life, so why not make an injury claim in Harvington and ensure that you get what you deserve?

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    Date Published: 29th October 2013

    Author: David Brown

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