Accidents are distressing for those involved, especially when the injuries sustained are diagnosed as being particularly serious. However, the stress tends to increase when the incident that caused the injury is someone elses fault in Powys and there was nothing you could do to prevent it.
Unfortunately accidents can happen to anyone, anytime, anywhere. Even those who are particularly safety-conscious can be caught up in an incident especially if it is the kind caused by the actions of another person – or the lack of action in some situations.
Take workplace accidents as an example. They are one of the most common incidents in the whole of the UK, behind road traffic accidents and those that take place in public places. All employers have a duty of care to their staff and this means that they should be providing a safe working environment regardless of their industry, and doing all that they can to minimise the risk of accidents happening.
Claiming when an accident is someone elses fault in Powys
However, some employers fail to implement regulations relating to safety and this puts employees at risk. As a result, some people who might be following procedures and wearing specialist equipment could still sustain an injury when the accident was someone elses fault in Powys.
Not only could the other person be blamed for the accident, but the company could also be found to be negligent. For the innocent victim, however, the injuries are likely to cause a great deal of pain and distress. They could need a lengthy spell in hospital in order to recover followed by months of rehabilitation before they are allowed to return to work.
Fortunately, if this ever happens to you, Accident Advice Helpline are here to provide assistance and expertise to help you to make a 100% no-win no-fee* claim for compensation.
To find out if you might be entitled to make a claim is quick and easy with our free online test. It takes just 30-seconds to complete and all you need to do is answer a few simple questions about the accident. What happens then is completely up to you.
What happens next?
If you are eligible to claim then you’re under no obligation to go ahead with the case if you don’t want to, or if you would just like more time to think through your options.
You have up to three years from the date of the incident in which to make your claim, giving you plenty of time to think it through or to come back to us with any further questions.
If you decide that you would like to go ahead with the claim then we’ll assign a dedicated personal injury solicitor to run the case, and they will inform you of any essential evidence or information that we need to get the claim underway, such as a medical assessment.
They will also be able to answer any questions that you might have, and to provide you with an estimate on the potential value of your claim. Every settlement is tailored to reflect the severity of the accident and injuries sustained, ensuring that you get exactly what you are entitled to.
Should you wish to find out more about claiming after an accident that was someone elses fault, don’t hesitate to give us a call on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 7th November 2015
Author: David Brown