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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Isle of Wight accident at work compensation


    You’ve suffered an injury at work: Let the experts work on your behalf to claim your legal right to compensation.

    Accidents at work are a common occurence and many injuries are caused every year through workplace related accidents resulting in Isle of Wight accident at work compensation claims.  Regardless of where you work, the likelihood of an accident occurring is relatively high despite changes to Health and Safety legislation at work, which are designed to protect employees from injury.

    If you, or a work colleague, have been injured as the result of an accident at work and you wish to find out more up-to-date and reliable advice about making your Isle of Wight accident at work compensation claim, then call Accident Advice Helpline.

    Make your Isle of Wight accident at work compensation claim!

    To establish if you are legally entitled to pursue your Isle of Wight accident at work compensation claim, call the telephone helpline, whenever it is convenient to do so.  You will speak to one of their highly trained and capable advisers who can inform you of your legal rights to pursue your accident at work compensation claim over the phone. This means that any worries or concerns that you may have about making a claim for your accident at work may be resolved without delay; giving you confidence and peace of mind.

    If you prefer, why not go online and take part in Accident Advice Helpline’s unique 30 second online test?  This short test will inform you of your legal right to make your Isle of Wight accident at work compensation claim for yourself within seconds.

    This rapid test is a user friendly tool that is accessible wherever and whenever you wish to take part – whether at the office or at home.

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    Injuries caused by accidents at work

    Injuries may include:

    1. burns and scolds
    2. lacerations and bleeding
    3. soft tissue injuries
    4. broken, fractured or dislocated bones
    5. back injury
    6. facial injury
    7. food poisoning
    8. exposure to dangerous chemicals
    9. internal injury to organs
    10. internal bleeding
    11. neck injury
    12. head injury
    13. brain injury
    14. loss of limb
    15. paralysis
    16. fatal injury

    Make the call and make your claim count!

    When you have sustained painful and debilitating symptoms caused by an injury following your accident at work within the last 3 years, it is your legal right to pursue your  accident at work compensation claim.  Making a compensation claim for your personal injury may ensure that your financial obligations, which may have grown since your injury was caused, are taken care.  This can make a substantial difference to you and your family who may be dependent on your income to make ends meet.

    Don’t delay! Call for expert, no obligation, no win no fee claims advice from the leading experts to make your accident at work compensation claim count!

     

    Date Published: 2nd September 2014

    Author: nickykeynton

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