If you have been injured in an accident at work that was not your own fault, you could be entitled to compensation by making a Ipswich accident at work claim.
How do you know if you can make an Ipswich accident at work claim for compensation?
To find out if you qualify to make an Ipswich accident at work claim, you can complete the 30-second test on Accident Advice Helpline’s website, or speak to our friendly advisors on our freephone helpline number, 0800 180 4123. They will be looking to see if you fit the rules to make a claim, which are:
- The accident must have been caused by someone else
- You should have sustained injuries in the accident
- Your injuries should have been severe enough to need medical attention
- The accident should have happened no more than three years ago
If these rules apply to your situation, there stands a good chance you will be able to make an Ipswich accident at work claim
How do I know if my accident is covered by personal injury claims?
All accidents, as long as they fit the rules, come within the scope of personal injury claims, not just accidents at work – it could also be:
- Road traffic accidents
- Slip, trip and fall accidents
- Holiday accidents
- Industrial illnesses and conditions
- Food poisoning
- Animal attacks
- Accidents in schools
As long as the accident was not your own fault, you will be able to make a claim, and at Accident Advice Helpline, there cannot be many we have not dealt with over the last 14 years.Open Claim Calculator
Does my injury warrant a personal injury claim?
As long as you needed to seek medical attention for the injuries you sustained, they will be covered by a personal injury claim. Injuries can vary greatly in their severity, and in the ways they affect victims lives – at Accident Advice Helpline we will account for all this, as well as the prospects you have of making a full recovery.
You will need a medical report from whoever treated your injuries, and sometimes a victim is asked to attend a medical with a specialist in their particular field of injury.
I have had to pay out a lot of money because of the accident, can I claim any of it back?
If your personal injury claim is successful, any extra costs and losses associated with your accident can be reclaimed as long as you have kept proof of the. Make sure you get receipts for everything that is an extra, no matter how little it might seem, as over just a few weeks, these can mount up to a lot of money.
With your loss of earning, wages slips are the ideal as proof, but if you do not have these, your employer will be asked to confirm the reduction in your income.