If you have been hurt in an accident that was not your own fault then you could well be entitled to make an accident claim and you could receive cash compensation for your injuries, damages and expenses. To do this you should speak to the no win no fee* in Rochford team at Accident Advice Helpline.
No win no fee* in Rochford
The no win no fee* in Rochford team at Accident Advice Helpline is just one of the in house no win no fee* teams here at Accident Advice Helpline. As Accident Advice Helpline is a nationwide law firm with over twelve years experience in the business you can feel confident that you and your accident claim are in safe hands. The no win no fee* in Rochford team have experience in dealing with all kinds of accident compensation claims and all types of injury claims including back injury claims. The most common cause of back injuries is workplace accidents or circumstances.
If proper health and safety standards are not met in the workplace then you may be placed in situations where back injuries can easily occur that could be avoided. Whether it is working in an uncomfortable position, repeated actions over a prolonged period or being asked to lift excessive weight these can lead to injuries such as slipped discs, trapped nerves and sprains. As our back is involved in almost every movement we make, be it directly bending and twisting or simply offering support and balance, an injury in this area can take a long time to fully heal and might cause persistent pain. A quick phone call to the no win no fee* in Rochford team at Accident Advice Helpline for back injury advice could be all it takes to secure compensation for such injuries.
The most common source of back injuries is the workplace and in these cases a few factors must be considered. The first is your working conditions for example are you required to remain in an uncomfortable position for extended periods or to repeat actions without a break for the entire day? In these cases degenerative conditions or chronic back pain may develop and this is usually eligible for a claim. An employer should ensure that working conditions are comfortable, varied and that you have ample breaks.
The second factor is health and safety guidelines and procedures at your place of work. As long as you did not breach these procedures your back injury may be eligible for a claim. In these cases further details must be considered. What tasks were you undertaking and were there any possible preventative measures that could have been taken? What were your employer’s instructions to you? If you were following your employer’s instructions and were undertaking heavy lifting alone, or in a group that ought to consist of more people, or without the aid of necessary machinery, and as a result you suffer a back injury then you have a strong case to make a claim.
So for expert legal advice about a possible claim call Accident Advice Helpline today on: 0800 689 0500 from a landline or: 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 22nd February 2014