Eday is one of the Orkney Islands. Its population, tiny though it is, is almost exclusively involved in farming. If they need a farm accident claim injury lawyer to helo them with a no win no fee* in Eday claim, Accident Advice Helpline fits the bill nicely.
Eday is one of the northern isles of Orkney. It lies 15 miles off the mainland of Orkney itself and has a land mass of approximately 10 square miles. Whatever farmsteads are here are spread along the coast. The largest body of fresh water on the island is the 25 acre Mill Loch.
No win no fee* in Eday claim
With no other employment here on Eday it’s important that farmers remain fit and able bodied, so they can carry out their work. If someone does get injured, and that injury is serious enough to warrant them not being able to work; as long as the cause of the injury is attributable to someone other than the injured person, then Accident Advice Helpline may be able to help the injured person to raise a much needed no win no fee* in Eday claim for compensation.
Call today for compensation claims advice
The arrival of the Internet back in 2005 at least meant that the residents of Eday have access to the World Wide Web, so although they are stuck out of the extremities of the Orkneys, they’re only a mouse click away from our website.
So as soon as anyone, becomes injured through no fault of their own, they can access the website and make use of the HOW MUCH calculator to establish how much compensation they may be able to claim. All they have to do is to type in six pieces of basic information relating to the accident/injury, and the online calculator will give them an estimate. The whole process takes less than 30 seconds.Open Claim Calculator
The Farm Safety Partnership
It’s unfortunate that farming is one of the most dangerous occupations. The risks of injury are far greater than they are in any other industry. Farmers need to invoke all of their experience to try and ensure they stay injury free and take note of the new guidance that is issued by the Farm Safety Partnership, who promotes the message that farmers must “stop and think safety before starting any job on the farm.”
Getting free help
The whole injury claim process can be completed online, but if anyone feels they need help or advice, then they should get in touch with one of our experienced advisers on our free 24/7 helpline by calling 0800 689 0500 from any landline, or 0333 500 0993 from any mobile.
As Esther Rantzen, one of our staunchest supporters, says:
“Take my advice, you can trust Accident Advice Helpline to look after you.”
We’ve handled hundreds of farming injuries, so we’ll be able to offer constructive advice and help, if the injury is attributable to a third party.