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    Types of accident claims


    Types of accident claims for personal injury compensation

    There are many different types of accident claims you can make, depending upon the type of accident that you have been involved in. Many people are under the impression that accident claims they can file for are generally for accidents which occur on the road. The reason for this probably stems from the fact that road accidents are the most common type of accidents that tend to take place on a daily basis, and as a result most people generally associate them with all kinds of accidents.

    However, if you wish to know the different types of accident claims, read on:

    Work accident claims

    One of the most common types of accident claims are those where the accident has occurred at work. Work accidents are tremendously common, and generally the frequency varies depending upon the type of work that a person is involved in. For instance, if you are involved in working for a construction company it is likely that the chance of having an accident is going to be higher than when you are working at a desk.

    However, the law has created a precise set of guidelines that must be followed by companies in order to ensure maximum safety of their employees, and if the company that you are working for fails to follow this set of instructions and guidelines then it is within your right to file a work accident claim. The amount of compensation you can claim as a result of a work accident generally depends upon the amount of damage that has been dealt to you as a result of the negligence shown by the other party.

    Holiday accident claims

    Imagine that you are on a holiday and have chosen to hire the services of a professional tourist company. In most cases, your trip is going to be absolutely great. However, what if your trip doesn’t go as well and you end up being involved in an accident? Holiday accident claims are one of the most commonly occurring types of accident claims that are filed for on a general basis, and this is primarily due to the fact that the chances of accidents occurring on holidays are very low. As a result, in case such an accident does occur, the amount of compensation that you receive is usually relatively high.

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    Road accidents

    By far the most common types of accident claims to occur, road accidents are generally because of the negligence of one or more parties. Either way, the amount of compensation is generally dependent upon the amount of damage that has been dealt, as well as the amount of negligence shown by the other party.

    One of the top law firms in the business of accident claims, Accident Advice Helpline have been providing top of the line services to our clients and settling accident claims for over 15 years, building a great reputation in the process. Call us on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993

    Date Published: 28th July 2013

    Author: thewritersbarn

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