Most people will have seen the TV adverts where Esther Rantzen extols the virtues of Accident Advice Helpline when you want to make an Isle of Wight accident at work claim, but there are many people who do not fully understand what a personal injury claim is, or why Esther thinks Accident Advice Helpline are the best option when you want to make an Isle of Wight accident at work claim.
What is an Isle of Wight accident at work claim for compensation?
All UK employers have a legal duty to safeguard the health and safety of employees while they are at work and failure to do this can result in staff being injured while they go about their job. If your employers does not comply with the required legislation, their negligence means you are entitled to compensation for your injuries, and making an Isle of Wight accident at work claim is the way to achieve this.
You claim will include payment for the pain and suffering you have had to endure, as well as the impact on your life and the prognosis for your future. With a successful claim, you will also be able to recover any of the costs and losses that an accident generally causes.
If you have been injured through the fault of someone else, you do not have to suffer in silence – compensation is a legal right for all innocent victims who have been injured in an accident that was not their own fault.
Why does Esther Rantzen think Accident Advice Helpline is who you should use to make your claim?
As the undisputed queen of consumer affairs in the UK, Esther Rantzen likes to make sure that anyone she is associated with gives consumers a fair deal. Before becoming our patron in 2003, she looked at us very closely, saw the way we worked and even met some of our claimants.
She was impressed with what she found, and soon realised that we care about our claimants, and do everything we can to keep their claim as stress free as possible for them. To this end, we use the no win no fee agreement, to remove another stress from their shoulders.
Our claimants do not have to worry about financing their claims, because we will not ask for any money to start it, and if it should prove unsuccessful, will not present them with a bill for fees.
Over the years, Esther’s campaigning has meant there have been several dodgy firms exposed, and laws changed – certainly our children have safer playgrounds and seatbelts in the backs of cars because of Esther. People listen to her opinion, they trust her and recognise that she has their best interests at heart. We are therefore extremely proud of our association with Esther, because as well as being a very nice person, she has no qualms in saying what she thinks, and you should listen to her if you want to make a personal injury claim.