There are many different types of accidents and injuries that we could sustain in an accident in the workplace. Whenever we think of an injury to our lungs we do not often associate it with an injury at work. Sadly though getting a injury to our lungs such as a punctured lung is actually quite a common occurrence when we are at work.
You may have incurred a direct trauma to your lungs such as a puncture wound or you could have an indirect injury when you sustain a blow to the chest which then actually leaves you with punctured lung. You can get a punctured lung in several ways such as a broken rib. The treatments that you need for a lung injury will very much depends on how you got the injury and how badly you have damaged the lungs.
If you have injured your lungs in an accident at work that was not your fault you should be looking into making a South Tyneside accident at work compensation claim for your injury.
You could have damaged your lungs in a trip or fall. Maybe someone dropped something on your chest or you were crushed by something damaging your chest and lungs. You should not feel worried about making a claim for your personal injuries against your employer.
If you are concerned about the cost of making a personal injury claim then again you have no need to worry as if you use the team at Accident Advice Helpline to make a South Tyneside accident at work compensation claim it will be on the ‘no win, no fee’ basis. They will deal with everything for you making it easy and straight forward and the fact that it is a ‘no win, no fee’ service means the financial worry is also taken away from you.
How to make a South Tyneside accident at work compensation claim
At Accident Advice Helpline, they have been successfully helping victims like you make claims for personal injuries. The team has nearly 14 years of experience in getting people the compensation they are legally entitled to. It’s simple to make a no obligation inquiry just call the free phone number 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone and speak to a trained adviser now.
They will discuss how your accident happened, the extent of your injuries and answer any questions you may have about the claims process. The final decision to make a claim will be up to you, no one will put pressure on you to process a claim if you choose not to.
There is also have website where you can use a 30 second test to see if you fit the criteria to make a personal injury claim and provide you with a rough estimate of the figure you could receive.
Date Published: 21st September 2014
Author: David Brown