Who is to blame for accidents?
When it comes to being injured in an accident the first thing on your mind is unlikely to be who is responsible. As time passes and you begin to recover you may start to think about this in more detail.
As you play things over in your mind and look at the facts of what happened during your accident you may come to the conclusion that not only was the accident in question not your fault, but that actually it could have been prevented. If this is the case then the Nottinghamshire no win no fee solicitors at Accident Advice Helpline can help you make a claim for compensation.
Who is to blame for an accident is not always an easy thing to determine, however that is one of the things that your Nottinghamshire no win no fee solicitors will be tasked with, should you decide to pursue a claim for personal injury with the Accident Advice Helpline.
Your team will look at where your accident occurred and what situation and circumstances were present that caused it to occur in the first place. If your accident happened at work then your solicitors will see if there is any chance that your employer could be held to be liable.
One of the most common causes for work based accidents is lack of training. If you have not been trained how to perform a particular task or how to safely used machinery or equipment and are injured as a result, then you will be entitled to make a Nottinghamshire no win no fee claim. This is because your employer will be found to have legally failed in their duty of care to you, which means that they are ultimately liable.
You do not need to worry about establishing ultimately who is liable. All you will need to do is provide your Nottinghamshire no win no fee solicitor will all the relevant information and they will be able to do the rest of the work and investigations on your behalf.
Starting your Nottinghamshire no win no fee claim
Starting a Nottinghamshire no win no fee claim could not be easier.
Once you know that you are entitled to make a claim for compensation (you can check this by taking our 30 second test) then you can get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline. Our advisors are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to answer any questions you may have and they can also provide you with free, no obligation advice whenever you need it.
Once you know that you would like to proceed with your claim then they can also put you in touch with a solicitor who will be dedicated to your claim. Your solicitor will then do all they can to ensure you get the maximum amount of compensation that you are entitled to.
Date Published: 15th November 2014
Author: David Brown