Types of Lancashire ‘no win, no fee*’ accident claim that Accident Advice Helpline can help with
It can be difficult to know whether your specific type of injury is one which is possible to make a Lancashire ‘no win, no fee*’ accident claim against. But don’t worry – we are on hand to guide you through some of the more common injury claims that Accident Advice Helpline can assist with, and we’ve outlined some of them below.
Slips, trips and falls
Falling over, or slipping on something, is not a nice experience, and it is even worse when you suffer an injury as a result. But if you have slipped over, either in the workplace or in a public area, you might actually be able to make a Lancashire ‘no win, no fee*’ accident claim and win some serious compensation. If you want to know how this process works, and how you can claim a payout for your own slip, trip, or fall, get in touch today. You never know – you might be able to claim up to thousands of pounds
Road traffic accidents
If you are a frequent driver, you will be painfully aware of the fact that, no matter how careful you are as a driver on the roads, there is always the chance that you could be inadvertently involved in an accident which is by no means your fault. If you are injured as a result of that, then you might, quite rightly, feel like you deserve to be compensated for it. A Lancashire ‘no win, no fee*’ accident claim can be the best way to win that payout, and Accident Advice Helpline can help you with it.
Whether it is vibration white finger from overuse of power tools, repetitive strain injury, or industrial deafness, there are a number of ways in which you can be injured in the workplace. But your employer has a duty to protect you from such things. If they don’t, and you are injured as a result, you may be quite within your right to make a Lancashire ‘no win, no fee*’ accident claim for it. Get in touch to find out how.
If you’ve been injured and it wasn’t your fault, and you want to claim compensation for it, get in touch with us today. Just dial 0800 689 0500 free from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. Our lines are open 24/7, so you can call at any time.
Date Published: 28th October 2014
Author: David Brown