Police Officer Injury Compensation
Some jobs are hazardous by their very nature, but that doesn’t mean you should put up with the consequences of an accident. If you’re a police officer and have been injured during the course of your duties, you might think there won’t be any recourse, but luckily, there is — just like anyone else, you can put a claim in to seek the police officer injury compensation you could be entitled to.
Don’t let your income suffer
Injuries sustained from an accident can place a huge financial burden on the individual, not to mention the physical and psychological damage that could have been done. This is already enough of a reason to seek suitable compensation for your injuries, but what if you’ve been injured so badly that you can’t work? If you won’t be able to perform your duties as an officer, you could find yourself out of a job or facing medical retirement, and that’s bound to put a strain on your finances. Your income could be in jeopardy, and that’s why seeking police officer injury compensation should be high on the list of priorities.
Seek police officer injury compensation with expert help
Whilst you already operate in the legal field, you’ll still need the expertise of qualified lawyers to help take your claim forwards. That’s where Accident Advice Helpline comes in. With a team of experienced advisers on hand 24/7, you can call at any time to discuss your needs and it couldn’t be easier to get your claim under way. Just get in touch on 0800 689 0500 or fill in our handy compensation calculator — this 30-second test will give you an instant indication of whether you qualify, and we can take your case from there.
We’ll do all the hard work for you so you can continue to recuperate or get back to work without the stress of organising the legal side of things and with most cases being settled over the phone, the claim won’t get in the way of your life. With a 100% no win, no fee policy you’ve got nothing to lose, so if you think you’re entitled to police officer injury compensation don’t suffer in silence — get in touch with AAH and see what we can do.
Date Published: 24th August 2013
Author: Jan Newell