What’s the best way to make an accident at work claim?
If you have been hurt or injured during an incident at work or whilst carrying out your job role then you may be entitled to make a Tyne and Wear accident at work claim. Before you get overly excited about the prospect of compensation it would be prudent to check if you are entitled to make an injury claim. It’s easy to discover if you are eligible for compensation.
Just access Accident Advice Helpline’s Thirty Second Test from this page (and every other page) of Accident Advice Helpline’s website and in a matter of clicks – ten to be precis – you will know how much your claim is worth if you are entitled to make a claim.
What do I need to make a successful Tyne and Wear accident at work claim?
A combination of experienced and high quality legal assistance and unassailable evidence will give your Tyne and Wear accident at work claim the best possible chance of success.
Legal Expertise Accident Advice Helpline will be only too happy to assign to you a reliable and reputable injury lawyer who is competent and experienced in handling accident at work injury claims. Accident Advice Helpline only handle injury claims on a no-win, no-fee basis so a highly qualified professional injury lawyer is not only within your grasp but also within all budgets.
Evidence Gather together all the evidence and details about the incident you were injured in. If you can get witnesses to support your claim then so much the better.
Medical Evidence All of your medical records will play an important part in establishing the initial injury and the subsequent impact which this injury has had upon your daily life and lifestyle. Provide your injury lawyer with details of any additional medical experts who you may also be seeing as part and parcel of your recuperation program. THese may include physiotherapists or trauma counsellors for example. Their opinion and medical notes will be thoroughly examined by an external medical expert who will assess your case.
Receipts Retain all receipts and paperwork. If you have required some additional assistance around your home, garden or had to pay for extra child care, then keep a record of all additional costs you have incurred and the documentation to back this up. Needed to get to and from medical appointments by hiring a private taxi?
Pop all those receipts together, your injury lawyer may be able to get these necessary expenses back for you. Similarly if you have a friend or relative who is driving you to and from medical appointments, ensure that you retain all the receipts for hospital parking as depending on where your local hospital is, parking costs can soon mount up.
Ring Accident Advice Helpline now, for free, on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 to discuss your potential accident at work claim with their helpful and knowledgeable advisors – it could be the most beneficial call you have ever made.
Date Published: 16th October 2014
Author: Emma Newman