If you have just been injured in an accident then you may be stuck in your house in Caernarfon right now! Perhaps you have hurt your leg and cannot walk or you may have hurt your arm and cannot drive. Both types of injuries are both painful and a nuisance.
The novelty of being off work can soon fade and boredom can soon set in. This is when you may have the time to think back on your accident and consider if it was someone else’s fault. Then you might want to think about contacting an personal injury solicitor in Caernarfon and starting a personal injury claim. You can do this by contacting Accident Advice Helpline
Thinking about contacting an injury solicitor in Caernarfon and injury claims
Sit down in a comfortable chair and think back to the circumstances of your accident. Was there any way that someone else was to blame? If someone else did cause your accident then a personal injury solicitor in Caernarfon may be able to get you some compensation.
A personal Injury solicitor in Caernarfon can help you if someone caused your accident because:
- They did something that they should not have done
- They did not do something that they should have done
Many people have consulted a personal injury solicitor in Caernarfon because another driver was speeding. The fact that the driver was speeding caused a car accident in which they were hurt and they made a claim from the speeding driver. This is an example of someone DOING something that made them to blame.Open Claim Calculator
Other people have consulted a personal injury solicitor in Caernarfon because another driver did not look properly at a junction and pulled out in front of them. The fact that the driver did not look properly caused the accident in which they were hurt and they made a claim from that driver. This is an example of someone NOT DOING something that made them to blame.
There are many more examples of people being to blame because of something that they DID NOT do in the area of occupational claims. Employers can be to blame for employee’s accidents if they DO NOT:
- Prepare adequate risk assessments for every task that their employees have to carry out
- Update and revise the risk assessments on a regular basis and when anything changes in the workplace
- Devise a safe system of work for each task
- Provide the appropriate personal protective equipment
- Make sure that the personal protective equipment works properly and is well maintained
- Make sure that the personal protective equipment fits every employee who needs to wear it
- Provide appropriate training and supervision for every employee
- Devise a system of recording accidents and ‘near misses’ so that they can be used in future risk assessments.
Call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone for free, no obligation advice about making a claim for compensation.