Making a Lincolnshire compensation claim for a personal injury couldn’t be any easier than when you work with us here at Accident Advice Helpline. The no win no fee* application process that we’ve developed is very user-friendly. We’ll even give you the chance to find out how much your claim could be worth, even before you’ve decided whether or not to go ahead and launch it.
Lincolnshire is the second largest of England’s counties in terms of area, but it is relatively sparsely populated. With mostly rural land, the county is given over largely to agriculture, but there are several large towns and cities including Cleethorpes, Grantham, Lincoln (the county town) and Scunthorpe.
Compensation claims for machinery accidents in Lincolnshire
The agricultural industry (including forestry) is one of the most dangerous industries to work within. The physical nature of the work, and the dangerous machinery that is used, make the mortality rate the highest of any of the economic sectors here in the UK.
The nature of agricultural injuries is often severe with injury victims losing limbs and sometimes their lives. As far as compensation for victims raising Lincolnshire compensation claims in the agricultural sector is concerned, it often has to take into account loss of earnings and career changing injuries.
The amount of compensation for the injuries themselves can be determined quickly and easily by taking Accident Advice Helpline’s 30 second test. But when it comes down to calculating the compensation that is due for loss of earnings and changes to livelihoods, that has to be separately negotiated by skilled, experienced solicitors, like the ones here at Accident Advice Helpline.
The sole focus of Accident Advice Helpline
The sole focus of Accident Advice Helpline has been exclusively discharged in the personal injury compensation claim business ever since we first started helping injury victims back in the year 2000. During that time we have successfully handled many claims for machinery accidents in Lincolnshire. When you work with us you can rest assured that we have the necessary experience and expertise and that we always aim to get the maximum amount of compensation for our customers, in the shortest possible time.
The circumstances surrounding agricultural accidents and injuries can sometimes be quite complicated. That’s why we provide a free helpline service that anyone can use to talk to our fully trained customer support team. To get in touch with a member of our team, call 0800 689 0500. If you use a mobile, you can contact us on 0333 500 0993.
The one piece of advice we give all potential claimants is to register their claims at the earliest opportunity. It’s good advice, so why not call us today and get things moving?
Date Published: 1st September 2014
Author: David Brown
Category: Location Posts