If you suffer an injury through some one else negligence in an accident, then you may want to make an injury compensation claim, using the solicitors in Euston to help you. At some point in that claim, there will be a large organisation or an insurance company that will have to be dealt with.
Here we explain the different types of insurances that the solicitors in Euston may have to deal with on your behalf. In this list are the main types of insurance that are used.
Employers liability insurance
The majority of employers throughout the UK has to have employers liability insurance. Legally they have to get the cover for a minimum £5,000,000. The bosses also have a legal duty to make sure that they protect their staff members health and safety while they are at work. If they do not do this then the staff members may have an accident and then they might have to make an injury compensation claim, using the solicitors in Euston.
Product liability insurance
This insurance is for the manufacturers, producers or the importers of goods, who should make sure that they are selling safe products to the public. If one of their products harms a consumer, it is this insurance that would settle the claim.
This insurance is for, if you have a car crash that was because of someones negligence, then it would be the other drivers motor insurance that you would make the claim against. That is of course, providing they were insured. Your claim would default to the MIB if they were not insured or untraceable. The MIB are there to protect the innocent victims of uninsured drivers, and to make sure that the victims get the compensation that they deserve.Open Claim Calculator
Public liability insurance
This insurance is for, if you fall over a paving slab in a public place, for example, and then have to use the solicitors in Euston to make an injury claim. There is usually no limit on the amount of cover given by these policies. It is also used for if you have any other sort of accident in any place that the public venture, such as shops, parks, cinemas etc.
Professional indemnity insurance
Members of the medical profession should have this insurance in case you make a medical negligence claim against them.
Submitting you claim to the right place
If you have any type of accident that was not your fault, Accident Advice Helpline are here to assist you in making your personal injury claim. We will ensure that it is submitted to the right insurance company and that they deal with it as quickly as possible.
We have a 30-second test on our website which will give you some guidance to the amount of compensation you may receive, or you can call our helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone, and speak to one of our friendly advisers.