Wherever you work, there is always the possibility that an accident may occur. However, this does not mean that there will be no recourse for you if you have an accident at work.
As an employee, you have a right to earn a living without fearing for your safety. Your employer has a duty of care towards you and your work colleagues and if they have breached their duty, and you have suffered an injury, you could claim compensation through the team here at Accident Advice Helpline.
Maximise your chances of winning Three Rivers industrial accident compensation
If you want to make a 100% ‘no win, no fee*’ claim through us, you should call our Freephone helpline and start your claim today. You only have three years, starting from the date of your accident, in which to make your claim and if you leave it too late, you will only be able to proceed with your claim following seeking special permission from the court.
To give yourself the best possible chance of receiving the maximum payout for your injuries, you should ensure that you have recorded your accident in your employer’s accident book and retained as much evidence as possible, including photographs of the accident scene and accounts from eyewitnesses. Our personal injury team will need this information to build a strong case against your employer.
Receive full and fair compensation for your Three Rivers industrial accident
You may be fearful of making a claim against your employer and this is completely understandable. However, you must remember that your employer has insurance in place to pay for your Three Rivers industrial accident claim.Open Claim Calculator
If you win your claim, the compensation you receive will put you back in the position you would have been in had your Three Rivers industrial accident not occurred. Your settlement figure will not be limited to your injury; it will also include any financial losses you have suffered in the days, weeks and months following your accident, such as lost earnings, medical expenses and nursing care costs.
Your employer’s insurance company may provide you with a lump sum payment or, in cases where you deserve a large amount of compensation, set up a periodical payment order so that you can receive regular payments for the rest of your life. In certain cases, your employer may make an award of provisional damages, granting you the chance to return to court for further damages if your condition deteriorates in the future. Call free on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone for free, no obligation advice about making a claim.