Advice and support after your motorbike accident in Worcester
Are you looking for advice and support following a motorbike accident in Worcester? If so, you’ve come to the right place. Being involved in a crash can be traumatic and difficult so it pays to seek out all the help that you can find during this tough time. But where exactly should you turn to? In this article, we advise you on where to find appropriate and helpful support following your motorbike accident in Worcester.
Contact Accident Advice Helpline to discuss your claim for compensation
Did you know that you may be able to make a claim for compensation if the motorbike accident wasn’t your fault? Each case is different so it isn’t possible at this stage to tell you exactly how much you’ll receive, but many people have been pleased with the sum that they were awarded.
The line is manned by friendly professionals who will be delighted to answer your questions and give you any advice that you might need in terms of your case and starting your claim.
Speak to your GP for medical advice
It’s important that you take care of your health and wellbeing following your motorbike accident in Worcester. Though you’ll have a lot to take care of in terms of administration and paperwork, you won’t be able to do any of this to your full ability if you’re feeling unwell in any way.
Sometimes, those involved in an accident are taken straight to the A&E department at the scene, but this isn’t always the case, and it doesn’t mean that you’ve missed out on your opportunity if this didn’t happen. If you want to discuss your ailments, make an appointment with your local GP. They will be able to assess your condition, prescribe any pain relief and send you to a specialist if necessary. If you think that you may struggle to get back to work straight away, inform your employer at the earliest possible opportunity and ask if they have any support that’s available to you. Many larger organisations have occupational health departments that can serve this purpose.
There is plenty of support available following your accident, so make sure that you use it.
To talk to an advisor, call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. We’re looking forward to taking your call and giving you all the information you need.
Date Published: 28th August 2014
Author: David Brown