Have you been hurt or suffered pain?
If you’ve been hurt or suffered pain because of someone else, you may be pleased to know that you could obtain compensation for the harm you’ve suffered. However, in order to make a successful compensation you and your personal injury lawyers will need to show that you weren’t responsible for the pain you suffered, and that it instead was caused by someone else.
Although many people often associate compensation claims with physical injuries, some people can also make successful compensation claims for illnesses caused by someone or something else. If you’re forced to work in an environment in which toxic or dangerous fumes are present, for example, then this could cause you contract some form of illness. If this scenario were to occur, it would be likely that you’d be able to claim compensation from your employer for the pain and discomfort that you’ve suffered.
If you’ve experienced a straightforward physical injury which wasn’t your fault, it’s likely that you’ll be able to make a claim as well. However, before you launch into making a claim, you may want to find out what’s involved when you do so.
Making a compensation claim
Although many people are keen to make a compensation claim when they’ve suffered pain because of someone else, often they don’t realise what’s involved until the claims process has started. In order to ensure that you make the best claim possible and increase your chances of success, it can be helpful to know more about the process first.
If you’d like to know more about the claims process, why not contact Accident Advice Helpline? We’re happy to provide free no-obligation advice, so it’s easy to find out more about the procedure and what may be expected from you without having to pay unnecessary fees.
If your injury and pain occurred recently, you might find that it’s fairly straightforward to make a claim. Often, making a claim quickly means that the event is fresh in your mind and that you can access any relevant documents more easily. Although this can be more difficult to do if your injuries are older, don’t worry as we could still help you to obtain compensation.
How to contact us
Providing your injuries and pain occurred within the last three years, there’s a good chance that we’ll still be able to help, and you could still obtain compensation. To find out more, why not contact our dedicated team today?
We’re available seven days a week, so it’s easy to get in touch whenever you need to and we’re always on hand to help with your claim when you need us to. Just call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile, and we’ll be happy to help you get started.
Date Published: 1st March 2014