Have you had one of the following?
An accident or incident at work such as repetitive strain injury, construction accidents,equipment failure, health and safety breaches or even industrial deafness? Your employer has a duty of care to make sure your workplace is safe; by not providing you with the correct equipment.
With our roads and pavements getting busier cars, bikes, motorbikes and motorised mobility scooters – road traffic accidents are becoming an increasing common cause of injury claims that Accident Advice Helpline handle on behalf of people, whether you were you the driver, a passenger in the vehicle or a motorcyclist. Pedestrians can also be injured in accidents and an increasing number of cyclists are finding themselves hurt as a result of an accident.
The important fact you need to remember is this – to make a compensation claim, the accident must NOT be your fault!
If any of these apply to you then search injury claim in Wallingford. You could be entitled to compensation through an injury claim in Wallingford.
Accident Advice Helpline offers a 24/7 advice service on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993 for anyone looking to make an injury claim; they offer a well respected, professional service. If you have had an accident through work, in a public area or a road accident and the team believe you have a strong case they will endeavour their support in finding the best lawyer and be there each and every step of the way. If that’s not enough even the respected Esther Rantzen recommends this professional service. There is no obligation to go ahead.
Search www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk this site offers a free compensation calculator, also known as the 30 second test which can help you find out if you qualify for compensation as well as estimating how much you might get. So let us look into your injury claim in Wallingford today.
Claim amounts cannot be guaranteed, they can only give estimates of what your claim might be worth. Claim time varies from one case to another. A medical maybe required but not always necessary. Each case is different but most clients do not need to attend court.
Date Published: 28th September 2013
Author: David Brown