You have a legal right to claim compensation if you have suffered an injury due to lack of safety at work in Enfield through no fault of your own. If your accident occurred within the last 3 years, then do not hesitate to get in touch with AAH to make your claim.
Compensation can be awarded for a variety of factors. For instance, the medical costs associated with your accident, or the loss of income you have suffered if you were left unable to work after a workplace injury.
The claims process for lack of safety at work in Enfield with AAH is incredibly quick and simple
We know how stressful an accident at work in Enfield can be. So we have made our claims process as easy to navigate as possible. Most of the claims we receive can be processed right there over the phone. Moreover, most claimants who claim via us do not ever need to go to court in order to receive their compensation.
If your accident at work in Enfield happened more than 3 years ago but you were a minor at the time, or if you contracted an industrial disease, we may still be able to help you. Get in touch with us now to discuss your claim.
Take our 30-second test to see how much compensation you could receive for your lack of safety at work in Enfield claim
If you are very pressed for time, then why not take our 30-second test? All that you need to do is to type in a few details of your accident at work in Enfield. In half a minute we will get back to you with an answer regarding whether you have a valid claim and of course how much compensation you could be entitled to.
The AAH team are experts in all areas of accident compensation
Slips, trips, and falls in the workplace are some of the most common accidents that we deal with here at AAH. Our broad range of expertise covers everything from industrial illness to road traffic accidents.
We are pleased to have Esther Rantzen as our patron. Rantzen is well known for her work in the charity sector, and we hope to reflect this with our strong client-centred ethos and commitment to helping accident sufferers get the compensation they need.
Date Published: 28th December 2014
Author: Jan Newell