Chingford is to become part of the tube network. When the new over-ground station is being built, we at Accident Advice Helpline, one of the leading injury claim law firms will be on stand-by in case our services are needed by those wishing to make no win no fee* in Chingford claims.
Working on the rail of the railway network is a dangerous occupation as was amply demonstrated on 22nd January 2014 when a rail worker was struck by a train at Newark Northgate station in Nottingham. He sustained serious injuries.
100 Rail workers seriously injured per year on average
Britain’s railways are busier now than they’ve ever been since the 1920s, but all the activity requires the rail network to be maintained in tip-top condition, and rail workers are at risk. Last year 101 workers received serious injuries, as opposed to 98 the previous year.
In fact the average number of serious injuries has been hovering around the 100 per year mark over the last 4 years. It’s a vast improvement over the 2008/2009 figure of 130 serious injuries, but it’s still alarmingly high.
No win no fee* in Chingford
Accident Advice Helpline have been handling no win no fee* in Chingford workplace injury claims as part of our remit over the past 13 years, since we first brought our no win no fee* services into being. With no money being required to launch an injury claim, we’ve empowered anyone and everyone with the ability to raise a claim for compensation if they sustain an injury that is someone else’s fault.
Qualifying factors for no win no fee* in Chingford personal injury claims
As well as the fault of the incident that causes injury lying with a third party, there are a couple of other important factors that must be considered before a no win no fee* in Chingford personal injury claim can be launched.
- The injury must prove serious enough (medical proof will be required) to warrant a claim for compensation.
- The incident/injury needs to have taken place within three years of the date that the compensation claim is raised
Whatever the nature of the accident, be it a train collision, or a slip, trip or fall that takes place on a station platform, given the necessary qualifying factors, Accident Advice Helpline can help injury victims to claim for compensation.
Getting an estimate for compensation
If you’d like to find out how much your injury claim maybe worth, you can visit the website and make use of the free HOW MUCH calculator.
It takes just 30 seconds to give you an estimate.
Accident Advice helpline
If you need help or advice, you can speak to one of our experienced advisers via our free 24/7 helpline. You can access it by calling 0800 689 0500 from any landline, or 0333 500 0993 from any mobile. Esther Rantzen says:
“Take my advice you can trust Accident Advice Helpline to look after you.”
Rest assured your call will be treated in confidence.
Date Published: 8th February 2014