It’s only natural to be skeptical about health and safety in the workplace, after all, it does seem to have gone a little crazy these days! However, having a solid grounding in the rules of health and safety can be extremely useful. The rules are there to prevent us from being harmed. It’s also handy to know what you’re talking about in the event of a workplace accident, particularly if you’re looking to make an injury claim without a National Insurance number.
Making your injury claim without a National Insurance number
As a general rule, injury claims for workplace accidents are only eligible to receive compensation if they have taken place in the last three years and someone else was to blame. In terms of the law, employers are required to provide full safety training to all staff, carry out regular risk assessments and ensure all equipment and machinery is unbroken and in full working order. They’re also responsible for keeping the work area free from hazards. If your employer falls behind on Health and Safety and you have an accident as a result then you could be entitled to make an injury claim and this includes making an injury claim without national insurance.
Accident Advice Helpline and your injury claim
Accident Advice Helpline helps accident helps thousands of people with all kinds of different accidents and personal injuries every year so there’s a chance they can help you with an injury claim without a national insurance number. For more information call us.
We have some of the finest solicitors and advisors in personal injury law working with us on these cases. This extensive network, plus some 14 years of experience in the field, means we are perfectly placed to help you make a successful claim for compensation.
Don’t worry about expensive legal costs, all our lawyers work on a no-win, no-fee* basis.
You needn’t feel stressed about meetings and appointments with lawyers or court dates either, most of our claims can be handled over the telephone and very few cases actually require you to appear in court. You may need to attend one appointment with a doctor for a medical assessment, but that’s about it.
Your compensation award will be comprised of a number of payments. Alump sum for the injury itself, plus additional money to cover any expenses you incurred as a direct result of your injury. Costs may include medical expenses, childcare, travel costs or earnings lost during the time you were unable to work.
Call us today on 0800 689 0500 to get started.