There are many different types of personal injuries that you could sustain while you are at work making you eligible to make a Rutland accident at work claim for compensation. Some of the types of injuries people all over the country are making personal injury claims for are: physical injuries, psychological injuries and psychological illnesses, diseases and work inflicted illnesses.
You could get various physical injuries from trips, slips and falls such as broken bones but you can also get psychological injuries from stress at work or contract an illness due to working with poisonous substances like asbestos.
Perhaps you or someone you know is entitled to make a Rutland accident at work claim but you don’t even realise it. If you have sustained a personal injury like the ones mentioned above or even something different in an accident in your workplace and it was not your fault then you could be eligible to make a personal injury claim.
If the accident was someone else’s fault and you needed professional medical treatment then you are well on the way to being able to proceed with a claim for your injuries.
By making a claim you could get a payout for your injury itself, reclaim any lost earnings and recover the added financial costs such as prescription charges, medical expenses, childcare, home help and travel costs that your injury has lead you to endure.
All employers have a duty of care to make sure all their employees are safe whilst in the workplace so if they do not abide to the health and safety laws causing someone to be injured in the workplace then the victim should make a claim for compensation. Employers should also legally have insurance to cover themselves for such events.
To enquire about a Rutland accident at work claim
Simply call the friendly and helpful advisors at Accident Advice Helpline on the free phone number 0800 180 4123 and discuss the circumstances of your accident and how the claims process works. The advisors will be able provide you with an estimated compensation figure.
They have all the experience and knowledge needed to answer any questions you may have and then you can make the decision whether to make your compensation claim for personal injuries. There will be no obligation to proceed with a claim for an accident at work so if you choose not to go ahead that is up to you.
You can alternatively make an enquiry on Accident Advice Helpline’s website and take the online 30 second test and then one of our trained and professional advisors will give you a call to discuss your claim in more detail and to see if you wish to proceed with making a claim.
Date Published: 1st November 2014
Author: David Brown