If you have had an accident at work in South Cambridgeshire, then with the help of Accident Advice Helpline making a South Cambridgeshire accident at work claim could not be easier.
AAH is a law firm that are specialists in personal injury compensation claims. They have over 14 years of experience in this particular type of law. They are one of the leading law firms in the country that work solely on a no win no fee* basis. This means that as a claimant you will not need any money to start a claim for personal injury compensation. And you will not be asked to pay any money should you happen to lose your claim for compensation.
How to make a South Cambridgeshire accident at work claim
There are 2 ways to get in touch with AAH in order to make a South Cambridgeshire accident at work claim. You can call and speak to an advisor or you can go online to the website. To call to speak to an advisor call the free phone number 0800 689 0500. There you will speak to a very caring and helpful member of the team.
They will take all the details of your accident and your injury. They will answer any questions that you may have about making a South Cambridgeshire accident at work claim. If for some reason they are unable to answer any of your questions then they will call you back when they have an answer for you.
There is no obligation for you to make a claim for compensation should you decide to call. And there is absolutely no pressure applied on you to do so. If you do decided to proceed with your claim for personal injury compensation then your details will be passed over to a very capable lawyer who will do their utmost to try and secure you compensation for your injury.
Or if you prefer you can go online to the AAH website. Here you take the 30 second test. This will determine if you qualify to make a claim for personal injury compensation. if you do you will be given an idea of what to expect in return if you are successful with your claim. The compensation calculator is only meant as a guide. It will not be the exact figure that you will receive.
It is best to try and gather as much evidence as you can to try and consolidate your claim for compensation. Witness statements will help. Proof of poor health and safety practices and risk assessments will also go in your favour. You should also keep any proof of any money you may have had to spend as a direct result of your injury. As these can be al reclaimed if you are successful with your claim for compensation.